Denise Levertov (1923 – 1997) left us with some interesting and beautiful poems. Denise Levertov’s secret, what’s it all about? Is it about the discoveries in life? The mysteries of life? More importantly, is it possible to discover something important when reading poetry?
It’s always a pleasure to analyse the work of Walt Whitman. The poem “O Me! O life!” is a perfect Whitman-style poem to analyse. This poem is about self-reflection.
How is it even possible, to taste something that isn’t there? According to Emily Dickinson, it’s possible. Read the analysis of Poem 214 – “I TASTE a liquor never brewed.”
“Grotesque” is about the inevitability of death. In the same way, it’s a poem that is sort-off obstinant when it comes to good in life. An interesting poem was written by Amy Lowell (1874 – 1925).
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).