We all remember creepy poems from when we were kids. Well, here’s another one!
There’s a million poems and poets out there and an infinite number of themes, and yet, for me, […]
Thought I would discuss the Raven today (generally, of course) because it’s high time to talk about some of Poe’s work. And, why not begin with one of his most important pieces?
A poem by Thomas Hardy about chance and “hap” penstance.
Another writer in the long history of interesting literature stories, Phillis Wheatley was a dynamite poet and author who lived a somewhat tragic life in the American colonies.
Emily Dickinson crafted phenomenal poetry and led an interesting life, albeit a quiet one. Her poems, such as “Faith” and “Much Madness is Divinest Sense” give credence to her ability to craft verse, and her body of work is more than exceptional in the face of modern literary studies