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An analysis of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's "I think of thee!"

Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s Sonnet 29 from “Sonnets from the Portuguese” is one of the AQA GCSE English Literature poems from “Love and Relationships” and it presents us with a great form to analyse (something that candidates must talk about to get higher grades) It is, however, important to talk about the form as well as the metre, the rhythm and the stresses on particular words, as they lend so much to the poem. 2,289 more words


A RECYCLED micro poem

A recycled Micro Poem

Our fast-paced lives leave little time to contemplate. These Micro Moments are designed to entertain in a few words, read them slowly and savour the essence. 89 more words

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Cupid's Mistake

It was 27th of June when Cupid came and hit me with his arrow. I saw the way he aimed his arrow towards me and I saw that he didn’t aim for you yet,  it was magical, unforgettable and priceless. 114 more words


10. It's a wrap!

Clinging with all my might,
fearing the colors will fade from sight,
it’s a zone where I’m most at ease,
I always long for a moment of peace.
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Book Haul: Costa Book Awards

It’s always hard to resist a sale. Usually, I only buy books in person. There is something about the ritual of perusing shelves, discovering books you didn’t know existed and finding 50p hardbacks of classics that justify the money spent. 513 more words



The school grounds I pass.
A ball flies through the grass.
The sound of children playing.
I wish you could be staying.
But you went away… 69 more words

Quote Boat: The Time Traveler's Wife

I’m about halfway through The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger and a couple of days ago I came across the following quote

Context: Claire’s grandma finds out about Henry and tries to caution Claire about the potential life she will live with him. 303 more words