e.e. cummings Poems

Publicado por Jeanna el 30 de June de 2009 a las 01:13 pm

Idiosyncratic, utterly original poet e.e. cummings ushered in the modern era of poetry with his idiomatic, conversational verse that captured the beauty of human speech. Edward Estlin Cummings was born in 1894 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His father was sociology and political science professor at Harvard University, but left Harvard when Edward Estlin Cummings was a […]


Samuel Taylor Coleridge Poems

Publicado por Jeanna el 28 de June de 2009 a las 09:07 pm

No mere pickpocket, Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s poetry often melded recollection and imagination into verse that both borrowed from nature and exploded its boundaries. Samuel Taylor Coleridge was born in 1772, in Devonshire, England, into a large family of fourteen children fathered by a vicar and schoolteacher. Coleridge was the youngest of this prodigious family. Coleridge’s […]


Lewis Carroll Poems

Publicado por Jeanna el 24 de June de 2009 a las 10:58 am

The whimsical world of Lewis Carroll may be best known through his novels Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass, but his poetry is infused with the same clever word play and imagination for which his novels are regarded. Lewis Carroll was born Charles Lutwidge Dodgson in 1832 in the parsonage of Daresbury in […]


Robert Browning Poems

Publicado por Jeanna el 11 de June de 2009 a las 05:22 pm

Poet Robert Browning, like his wife, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, achieved fame close to notoriety in the Victorian era, due in part to his accomplished poetry, and in some measure to the romantic tale of his and Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s marriage and life. Robert Browning was born near London, England, in 1812 to Robert and Sarah […]


Elizabeth Barrett Browning Poems

Publicado por Jeanna el 8 de June de 2009 a las 04:59 pm

The epitome of the Victorian poet, Elizabeth Barrett Browning is one of few poets whose work was not only widely appreciated during her lifetime, but whose verses have also entered the language of popular culture in such a way that her poems seem to have lives of their own. Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s life reads like […]