I called my name it echoed back
It sounded down the lonely track.
I made the journey all alone
To find a voice that I could own. 205 more words
Classic poems about long flowing locks and keepsakes
Poets and hair: now that would make for an interesting literary study. There’s Lord Byron, of course, who, when he received requests from admiring young women for a lock of his hair, would send them some hair snipped from his dog. 1,078 more words
In today’s world, creation means destruction
Unravelling time-honored values means fixing
bombing for the sake of peace charitable work
By strangling free speech, you create a monster…13 more words
What are the sexiest poems in English literature?
‘Love’ and ‘poetry’ go together naturally, but what about sex and poetry? In this post, we’ve tasked ourselves with compiling ten of the most erotic seduction poems in all of English(-language) literature. 906 more words
Classic poems about selfhood and identity
Poetry and self-expression go hand in hand: we often treat them as synonymous. Of course, this is a relatively modern notion, largely the legacy of the Romantics in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries – and poets in the twentieth century in particular have sought to move away from this idea of poetry as a record of the poet’s own self. 791 more words