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My Love Is Like To Ice The poem makes me sympathize with the persona as I read it through. The statement,Ice which is congealed with the senseless cold should kindle fire by wonderful device makes a revelation how much the persona struggles but he is still... [ view article ]

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Generation X I visited the Pueblo Chilies distribution company in Santa Fe, New Mexico. At the back was a room where there were various performances going on. However, I had gone there specifically for the spoken word presentations. During the day, this... [ view article ]

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Emily Elizabeth Dickinson Emily Elizabeth Dickinson was born on 10th December 1830 in Amherst, Massachusetts, America (Sewall 321). She was a reclusive person who spent most of her life in reclusive isolation despite the fact that she was born to a prominent family... [ view article ]

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Time by Allen Curnow TIME Allen Curnow Allen Curnow is New Zealand’s most important poet. He believed in living literature. He once said, “You can’t write literature, you can’t paint art”. First published in 1977, ‘Time’ reflects nature and life in New Zealand. Some of... [ view article ]

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Poems from Different Cultures Poems from diferent cultures During the poem limbo (by Edward kamau Brathwaite) is more of a cultural poem than a tradition. As the poem discribes a stressful and upseting time black people lived through. The way they were moved from... [ view article ]

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Poetry Analysis“Digging” Poetry Analysis“Digging” by Seamus Heaney Passion- Its definition, its pursuit, all revolves around our lives. When a person is passionate about something, he should do what he is passionate about and not what the society or friends tell you to... [ view article ]

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“The World Is Too Much With Us” William Wordsworth Close reading of “The World Is Too Much With Us” William Wordsworth was a great English Romantic poet whom helped launch the Romantic period of the 19th century. One of his famous works is titled “The World Is Too Much... [ view article ]

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The poem “Fire and Ice” The poem “Fire and Ice” is a poem written by Robert Frost. This nine-lined poem of Robert Frost reminds me of Armageddon. Robert Frost is using the elements of fire and ice to represent the two strongest and deepest of... [ view article ]

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“The Tyger” by William Blake “The Tyger” by William Blake Now seen as one of the most prominent figures of poetry and visual arts during the Romantic Age, William Blake was an outcast during his time and often thought to be crazy due to his... [ view article ]

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