This article provides a brief description of seasonal poetry, and then uses an analysis of Sweinburne's Hendecasyllabics as an example of autumn poetry. Some analysis is done and it is suggested how the reader might get even more from the poem by illustrating it.
This is an article describing how poets communicate and the basic reasons we all interpret their work differently and why that is good. A short analysis of Fire and Ice by Robert Frost is used for an example.
The Caged Bird by Maya Angelou
This article is a close reading and analysis of Maya Angelou's poem The Caged Bird
What is Poetry to Me?
This is an introductory article on the nature of poetry and why it is important. It covers ideas why poetry touches us all and how it is found everywhere in advertising, popular music and movies.
What Makes a Good Poem
Poetry is very subjective, and it has many forms from sonnet to rap to jingles and limericks. While most poetry is good for someone, certain factors are usually present in good poetry and they are important. These are imagery (for all five senses), form and universality. This short article give a br
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"Out of the quarrel with others we make rhetoric;
out of the quarrel with ourselves we make poetry."
--W.B. Yeats. Whether you love it, hate it, or remain indifferent, all views are welcome. Letīs talk poetry!