26
Jun

Alfred Lord Tennyson Poems

Publicado por Douglas S el 26 de June de 2014 a las 11:56 pm

A Cambridge Scholar with no degree but exceptional skill in the artistry of the written language, Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809 – 1892) stands among the best known as well as the most criticized poets of all time. The poet quite literally spent his entire life dedicated to pen and parchment. Records indicate that Alfred, Lord […]

25
Jun

William Butler Yeats Poems

Publicado por Douglas S el 25 de June de 2014 a las 05:31 pm

William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) is one of the most recognizable poets of all time. During his time, his popularity was greater (arguably) than T.S. Eliot or Robert Frost. His literary works earned him the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1923. Much influenced by his Irish roots and his zeal towards the occultist practices, his works […]

25
Jun

Sylvia Plath Poems

Publicado por Douglas S el 25 de June de 2014 a las 05:29 pm

Perhaps one of the youngest poets, Sylvia Plath has shown us that it is not the duration of life that makes the quality of life, but the content of that life which makes it memorable or forgotten. Although she only lived to be thirty, Sylvia Plath (1932-1963) has become one of the top 100 poets […]

24
Jun

William Shakespeare Poems

Publicado por Douglas S el 24 de June de 2014 a las 01:47 pm

William Shakespeare (1590-1613) is one if not the most recognized poets of all time. His ability to capture both the humanistic nature of man as well as cause the mind the ascend into creative realms unknown has duly earned him the title of “The Bard”. Interestingly, when one associates the works of Shakespeare to that […]

24
Jun

Charles Bukowski Poems

Publicado por Douglas S el 24 de June de 2014 a las 01:41 pm

Charles Bukowski (1921-1994) is a poet of bluntness. With over 120 poems, most of these are easily associated with because of the manner in which each of these poems comes forth. Where poets of the older eras typically kept with a rhyme scheme or in some instances deliberately tried to make their works metaphorical and […]