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Robert Burns - A Red, Red Rose

Robert Burns was a romantic poet in the 1700s. “A Red, Red Rose” was written in 1794 and can also be created into a song. In each of the four stanzas, the second and the fourth lines rhyme with each other. 282 more words


Of A Gaian Mentality

She is

The ambience, the allure and the ambition

Of the products of the natural processes,


The subtlety, the serenity and the spiritual

Which pleasantly haunts our shadows, 74 more words


Late Enlightenment Influences on Romanticism

The Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment overlapped in time: with the Scientific Revolution being roughly 1400 to 1800, while the Enlightenment was from 1698 to 1798.(1)  The Scientific Revolution inspired and influenced the Enlightenment throughout.   495 more words


Foul Beast

Laying low watching the dreary show
A world of dreams all my own
Reality is not what it seems this I know

This passing
This fleeting… 70 more words



You’ll alienate people
On this path.
See love and happiness
Not in future but in past.
Not a stone shall he ever cast.
As a stranger… 111 more words