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To Bated Spring

Be languorous in your return, o spring,

For I’ve been nestled in the winter’s cuff

And crave the quiet of its slumberous muff

In which my core is uncontested king. 129 more words


Analyze This: "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" by Robert Frost

Last week we looked at a rhyming old poem which brought up Robert Frost. Today, I’m reviewing an actual Robert Frost poem. I find it interesting to look between the two styles and see how they compare to one another. 1,230 more words


Commentary and Analysis: "Questions" - Part One: The technical analysis

Part One: The technical analysis – intended to benefit writers of poetry or else students of Literature. While I would assume you have already cultivated a knowledge of jargon related to the subject of Literature Analysis, I will try to provide some explanation in the Terminology list below. 879 more words


Commentary and Analysis: "Questions" - Part Two: The thoughts and themes analysis

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This analysis benefits anyone wanting a better understanding of my poem, “Questions”. Anyone wanting the technical analysis of this poem should check out my other post. 716 more words


Questions [Poetry]

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Hello dear readers! Here is this week’s original poem, “Questions”. I won’t go into detail about the writing process today, since I will instead be writing a commentary for either tomorrow or within the coming days if my schedule fails me. 127 more words


Candle (My Star) [Poetry]

This was a poem I wrote for Art class at my school, a few months ago. I think I was probably most inspired by the sort of love song one saw in old jazz music. 230 more words