Tags » Rhyme Scheme


You say there’s a storm brewing outside,
But you’re all too unaware,
Of the storm cooking up inside her,
As tears stain her cheeks in her despair. 171 more words

The Man you want him to be...

There are many poems written for women and dedicated to women and very few written by women and dedicated to men. So I thought I would write one, this is dedicated to certain type of men.. 317 more words

For Men


He melts through the night
With a whispering tread,
And touches all souls
On the street or in bed.

There are some who do love him, 96 more words


What Wordsworth's Words Are Worth

While both Wordsworth’s “London, 1802″, and Blake’s “London” paint similar pictures of a grimy turn of the century London, I think that William Wordsworth is able to paint a better picture through the use of his figurative language. 280 more words

Figurative Language (9/18)

Dead Poet's Society

I agree with the statement, “Wordsworth’s ‘London, 1802′ provides a more effective, thorough, and powerful critique of nineteenth-century London’s social and political corruption than Blake’s ‘London’.”  Through the use of rhyme scheme, blatant metaphors and similes, symbolism, and other poetic elements, Wordsworth is able to effectively, thoroughly, and powerfully portray an image of London at this time.   543 more words

Figurative Language (9/18)

The Bully

We get made fun of,
For the way we stand,
The way we sit,
It’s basic body language,
Take a damn hint.

We’re your scape goat, 34 more words

It's Just a Book

It’s just a book
With a beginning and end
Filled with crooks
Preventing friends

Spoiler alert:
He dies
Screw the church
It’s full of lies… 146 more words