I have chosen “The Tyger ” because I really like the story behind the poem, and this animal is, for me, both beautiful and dangerous. It was really interresting to paint it. … Continue reading
This is my photo of William Blake’s poem “Night” The reason why I chose this photo was because in the first line in the poem it says “The sun descending in the west” and as you can see this photo is … Continue reading
Your head spins slower on your neck, it knows the answers now Bugs grow thicker through clenched teeth Faint humming follows you everywhere you go, though you don’t go far Cold breezes eat away at thoughts You get up to … Continue reading
Please Care What breaks at yonder? Is it the sun’s’ rays? Or the diamonds of the moon? Nay, It is the smog that blocks thou throat, And the poison that makes thou gloat, What makes you smile? What … Continue reading
We take, and take, We never return. The seas once full, Are now unclear. Can you hear? The cry of a deer. They ask us, Beg us to stop, But we ignore. We spread those lines Across the ocean … Continue reading
Look here, at this pristine wilderness; see twisted masses of ancient trees, whispering waves brushing rocky shores, bear cubs seeking the comfort of their mother, the fearless predator seeking wary prey. Look here, at this dazed civilization; observe plumes of … Continue reading
Edgar Allan Poe is one of the most well-known poets to have ever lived, and is adored by many. His works are often simple, yet there is much to be gained by analyzing his many poems. In this essay, I … Continue reading
Introduction Life is not easy, and we learn the values of of life in many ways. In this essay I hope to demonstrate that, despite the obvious difference, there are many similarities between the poem Blackberrying and the film Over … Continue reading
How does one compare and contrast a dark poem to a happy movie? You look at the theme, characters, style, tone, diction, metaphors, the speaker, and the imagery in the poem. I will be looking at the above attributes, to … Continue reading
My Jamulu keeps me safe at night from the evil that’s under my bed, And the bad nasty thoughts that attempt to enter my head. But I always know, My artsy, mellow, slow personality will be safe with Mena Jamulu.
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