April is around the corner, thank goodness, because this month isn’t getting any easier.
A short poem about morning walks.
“Harlem” by Langston Hughes
Join us today to read the heading poem “Pig” by Rudyard Kipling. It’s short and a little dangerous.
When January has you down.
A November poem (if ever there was one) by Katharine Pyle.
We are beginning our journey into “Idylls of the King” by Alfred, Lord Tennyson with the first section: “The Coming of Arthur.”
Background information on “Idylls of the King” before we take a dive, piece-by-piece, over the next week.
We are continuing our dive into realism this week by showing what other kinds of works Realism writers were doing outside of overt description. Enjoy!
We looked at “Oread” by H.D. on a previous post, and I really like that poem for a […]