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Daily Prompt: Cheat

I completely forgot all about yesterday’s prompt because I was way too invested in Jane the Virgin with my roomie. So, here it is!

Cheat… 27 more words


A Short Analysis of Philip Larkin's 'Afternoons'

A summary of a great Larkin poem

‘Afternoons’, like a number of Philip Larkin’s other poems, treats the theme of the passing of youth and the setting-in of middle age. 749 more words



When fusion happens
Between two souls,
Is a wonder of sorts
They mish and mash in a control crash
In order to create the perfect clash.

Stay Frosty gents and gentesses.

English Literature

Niko Shefer - Common Birdwatching Mistakes To Avoid

Niko Shefer has always been enchanted by nature and often spends his spare time bird watching. Birds are some of the most majestic creatures on Earth and there are many people who wish to take up bird watching so that they can learn more about them and see birds in their natural environments. 212 more words


A Short Analysis of Shakespeare's Sonnet 1: 'From fairest creatures'

A critical reading of a Shakespeare sonnet

‘From fairest creatures we desire increase’: so begins Sonnet 1 in Shakespeare’s Sonnets. This opening sonnet is all about procreation, but also, perhaps, sexual pleasure (including solitary sexual pleasure – about which we say more below). 783 more words


Out of the top

Right now I´m saying, gonna give me 30 seconds and see
what i can get out of my top mentality

Hit it,
crack a bottle… 73 more words

English Literature

A Very Short Biography of Matthew Arnold

An interesting introduction to Arnold’s life

Matthew Arnold (1822-88) is best-remembered as a poet, although very few of his poems remain widely known. ‘Dover Beach… 563 more words