She was considered to be one of a kind, during the time she lived. She was able to write and publish in a time when women weren’t supposed to do so. She was the first African-American poetess whose work got published. This is the poem An hymn to the morning by Phillis Wheatley.
She considers this poem to be one of her best poems. This poem reflects her thoughts when it comes to the one she loves. This is about the moment when you realise that you are simply lost when someone stares into your eyes.
March 21st marks World Poetry Day. This day isn’t just about writing poetry. It is also about reading poetry. Charles Bukowski wrote the poem Poetry reading, that is a great poem to share on World Poetry Day.
Come close is the result of some motivation to start writing poetry. A friend of the poetess Khadija convinced her not only to keep on writing but also to start a social media profile. On this social media profile, you can find her work. This poem tells us (or warns us) about the darkness inside all of us.
March 21st is World Poetry Day. As an online poetry magazine, we do have an opinion about this day. According to us, it is good that the United Nations (UNESCO) started this worldwide event in 1999. We believe that every day deserves to be a World Poetry Day.
As if this thing called hope was invented just like the first automobile was invented by humans. In this poem by Emily Dickinson, she claims that we humans did invent hope. Dickinson found this to be a strange event.
The poem that is analyzed in this article is all about self-love and the struggle it really is. This poem shows that it’s sometimes hard to see the positivity inside yourself. This poem is written by the poet who uses the name Quoenna.
So many fear this thing called Writer’s block (or writersblock). As you can read the poem written by Bri (From the mind of Bri), a writer’s block can be the start of something new. Read more about her poem.
William Shakespeare and love. The poems written by this English playwright and poet are examples of beautiful love poetry. Sonnet 18 is no exception. The unofficial title of this poem is “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?”
After the day lies behind us, on what we commemorate and pay respect to women, it’s time share the poem Eve- Song, written by Dame Mary Gilmore. This poem shows that respect for women should not be limited to one day per year.
Poetry is everywhere and written by everyone! Alan Alexander (A.A.) Milne is known for the iconic books about Winnie the Pooh. He was also a gifted poet. This is the third poem from his book “When We Were Very Young.”