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Category Archives: poetry
IN FLANDERS FIELDS
By John McCrae In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Loved and were loved, and nowContinue reading “IN FLANDERS FIELDS”
Yannis Ritsos – Poems, Volume I
Terminus He goes of course looks elsewhere tries to avoid what follows him like a coat on his back and he can’t even undress – it’s cold especially in intersections where shopkeepers behind display windows or even outside on sidewalks look with a demanding glance at every passerby And he feels their glances inside hisContinue reading “Yannis Ritsos – Poems, Volume I”
COSMIC DREAMS – Poem
A poem by Line Gauthier. Cover Art by Johannes-Plenio.
Rising – Haiku Challenge
They rose around me, summoned from the earth’s pain, they will rise again. By Collin Macadoo Haiku by Willy Martinez
Roses and Alabaster — About
It whispers the ugliest words, echoes of those who hurt the tenderness in us. Roses and Alabaster — About
The Supernatural Power of the Sublime in William Wordsworth’s Poetry
Williams Wordsworth is of course and undoubtedly one of the most influential romantic poets of his era. In addition to his panegyric theme of nature in his work, many critics discuss/debate the supernatural imagery in his Lucy poems or temporality in “The Prelude”, but I would like to study Wordsworth’s application of rhetoric: “We needContinue reading “The Supernatural Power of the Sublime in William Wordsworth’s Poetry”
Sea Longing: Poem by Sara Teasdale
Sea Longing poem by Sara Teasdale. Photo by Chermiti Mohamed on Unsplash