Don’t confuse eastern with Easter! This is the poem written by Allan Ginsberg about his fascination for the moon and the sea.
Under the pen name Ellis Bell, she wrote a novel and poems in the nineteenth century, including the famous book “Wuthering heights.” Today we know that Ellis bell was the pen name for one of the Brontë sisters: Emily Brontë. This poem was first published in 1846 and there is still a lot of debate about this poem.
It’s always hard to top something that you’ve written before. But how about those works you’ve written before you wrote another masterpiece? Julia Ward Howe (1819 – 1910) wrote a beautiful poem “My last dance before she wrote the iconic “Battle hymn for the republic.”
Let’s not confuse the title of this poem with a political slogan, shall we? This is about the poem “I Hear America singing”, written by Walt Whitman (1819 – 1892). It’s an entirely different poem or title than the political slogan “Make America great again.” But, what is the poem of Whitman about?
Is the poem written by Floris Brown a love poem or is it about music? You decide what to do with the poem “On the longing of the wind.”
The poem The Artist is part of a collection of six poems entitled Poems in Prose. This is the first of this series that was published in 1894. The poem was written by Oscar Wilde (1854 – 1900).
Feelings may change as time passes. This is what Charlotte Brontë (1816 – 1855) wrote about in her poem “Evening solace.”
Do words about beauty seem more intense, when they are written in the French language? It’s up to you, to decide this. For your convenience, the translated version of “La Beauté” is also included in this article.