Literature · Poetry

The Poor Singing Dame by Mary Robinson (Poetry Analysis)

“The poor little hovel was still and secure And no robbers e'er enter'd nor goblin nor fairy For the splendors of pride had no charms to allure” The dame of the poem lives happily and just sings. The description of her home brings to mind a small, cozy place – like a slightly worn down… Continue reading The Poor Singing Dame by Mary Robinson (Poetry Analysis)

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Literature · Poetry

Teleology by May Swenson (Poetry Analysis)

                                          “The eyes look front in humans Horse of dog could not shoot seeing two sides to everything. Fish, who never shut their eyes can swim on their sides, and see two worlds; blunt darkness… Continue reading Teleology by May Swenson (Poetry Analysis)