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Guild wars 2 create design instrument

Sylvari are generally our crystal clear favourite however. Much to ensure I’m by now plotting out and about which in turn in the p...

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rrtyedia Published on 12/16/2012 1453 Reads Poetry

kenneth slessor essay: being a resource for students

Kenneth Slessor wrote many poems such as ‘Beach Burial’, ‘William Street’ and ‘Country Towns’. In many of his poems slessor uses m...

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jezzrix Published on 11/30/2007 1812 Reads Poetry

kenneth slessor essay: being a resource for students

Kenneth Slessor wrote many poems such as ‘Beach Burial’, ‘William Street’ and ‘Country Towns’. In many of his poems slessor uses m...

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jezzrix Published on 11/30/2007 8537 Reads Poetry

Poetry: Sonnet CXLVII and "anyone lived in a pretty how town"

Poetry is a fascinating entity. It is impossible for one to accurately define poetry; its forms and styles are multitudinous in n...

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masone4718 Published on 12/05/2006 1898 Reads Poetry

Ritchie Valens

Ritchie Valens The greatest thing to come out of the San Fernando Valley, Who used to play with his ban...

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JoeMoney4rm818 Published on 06/10/2006 1250 Reads Poetry

Ritchie Valens

Ritchie Valens The greatest thing to come out of the San Fernando Valley, Who used to play with his band in the alley...

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JoeMoney4rm818 Published on 06/10/2006 1300 Reads Poetry

Analysis of Kubla Khan

In the poem Kubla Khan by Samuel Coleridge, language is used to convey images from Coleridge’s imagination. This is done with the ...

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Bag puss Published on 02/01/2006 2333 Reads Poetry

imagine- John Lennon

The song "Imagine" by John Lennon from the Beatles is certainly one of the songs that affected the youth in the 60's and the ear...

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mr_vidal Published on 01/31/2006 2186 Reads Poetry

John Donne, Sexuality, and the Flea

John Donne’s poems are similar in their content – love, sex, and religion – and dissimilar in the feelings they express. These su...

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joe Published on 01/03/2006 1991 Reads Poetry

The Fact Remains

The Fact Remains The fact that I was, The fact that I am, The fact that I will always be, Will not change the fact that I...

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lee5656 Published on 09/12/2005 1383 Reads Poetry

poetry in satanism and occultism

Hymn to Lucifer Ware, nor of good nor ill, what aim hath act? Without its climax, death, what savour hath Life? an impeccab...

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cruelanais Published on 08/24/2005 1596 Reads Poetry

To Download or Not to Download: Legalization of Internet “Piracy”

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coustou Published on 07/10/2005 1355 Reads Poetry

Samuel Coleridge's Kubla Khan and Materialism

Samuel T. Coleridge’s Kubla Khan is a poem of two opposing ideas: materialism and imagination. In the poem, Coleridge presents ima...

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Shirobot Published on 04/20/2005 2999 Reads Poetry

Kubla Khan and It's Relationship to Romanticism

“Kubla Khan,” by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, is one of the most enigmatic and ambiguous pieces of literature ever written. Allegedly...

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wchutlknbout Published on 04/06/2005 2577 Reads Poetry

Interpretation of “My Last Duchess” by Robert Browing

In “My Last Duchess” by Robert Browning, the reader is introduced to the dramatic monologue. A dramatic monologue is a speech in t...

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fiwer Published on 03/29/2005 2062 Reads Poetry

Interpretation of “This Is a Photograph of Me”

In the poem "This Is a Photograph of Me", Margaret Atwood attempts to depict the parallels between a picture slowly developing and...

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fiwer Published on 03/29/2005 3578 Reads Poetry

Analysis of "Because I could not stop for death" by Emily Dickinson

In Emily Dickinson’s, “Because I could not stop for Death”, the speaker personifies death as a polite and considerate gentleman (w...

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fiwer Published on 03/29/2005 6475 Reads Poetry

Analysis of "I never say a moor" by Emily Dickinson

“I never saw a moor” is a short poem of only two quatrain stanzas. It is Emily Dickinson’s’ well thought out approach to try and e...

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fiwer Published on 03/29/2005 1861 Reads Poetry

Another Nightless Sleep

============================================= The following was written on March 21st 2002: A N O T H E R _ N I ...

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halluciphile Published on 02/01/2005 1123 Reads Poetry

Dulce et Decorum Est

This poem was written by Wilfred Owen and is based on his situation in the trenches during World War One. I wish to discuss how Ow...

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x-aimee-kate-x Published on 01/31/2005 1617 Reads Poetry

Vietnam War Oral

The Vietnam War is slowly fading into history. The 20-year struggle between South Vietnam and its American, Australian an New...

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Dont Think Published on 11/17/2004 1270 Reads Poetry

Response to "Hotel Room 12th Floor"

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maud Published on 11/08/2004 1468 Reads Poetry

America’s Own Choir of Individuals

Walt Whitman helped shape American poetry through his various works. In “I Hear America Singing,” he glorified the average workin...

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emsmith225 Published on 10/05/2004 1331 Reads Poetry

Comparing and contrasting the content and style of ‘The charge of the light brigade’ by Lord Tennyso

‘Dulce et Decorum est’ by Wilfred Owen and ‘The Charge of the Light Brigade’ by Alfred lord Tennyson are both about war and death....

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hemee Published on 09/05/2004 2629 Reads Poetry

"Crow: From the Life and Songs of the Crow" : Summary and Response

Ted Hughes, "Crow: From the Life and Songs of the Crow", Harper and Row Publishers, New York, 1971. ...

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tlrodriguez Published on 07/21/2004 3713 Reads Poetry

One Moment

One Moment You feel a sense of uneasiness each drop that falls from the skies Its like a tune of harmo...

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lost... Published on 05/17/2004 1246 Reads Poetry

Metaphysical Ambivalence

Metaphysical Ambivalence Walt Whitman’s Song of Myself explores the philosophical nature of this world. By definition, metaphys...

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morpheus2005 Published on 02/06/2004 1486 Reads Poetry

Comparison and contrast - wordsworth vs coleridge

Lines Written in Early Spring – William Wordsworth The Rime of the Ancient Mariner (Part 4) – Samuel Taylor Coleridge Early 19...

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lalaland Published on 11/08/2002 8831 Reads Poetry

Eloquent, Beautiful & Divine

Poetry is only a mere fifteen lines or so in length, yet it is one of the most beautiful, impressive, and widely effective mod...

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kathylambchop Published on 11/07/2002 1568 Reads Poetry

Eloquent, Beautiful & Divine - preface

Poetry may only be a mere fifteen lines on a page, yet it is much more. It is the art of using various literary techniques and viv...

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kathylambchop Published on 11/07/2002 1035 Reads Poetry