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By Isabel Monday
This was a hard poem to write as I was trying to write a parody of the daffodils by wordsworth but with fridges.
I even went to the trouble of looking for fridges..
I had the amazing priviledge of reading this poem at the great masters house in the lake district to people walking around and...
By Hamlets Daughter
Romantic poet, William Wordsworth wrote 'Daffodils' and our English class was asked to write a paragraph that could belong to a short story based on the poem. We had to utilise the themes and subthemes, while recontextualising.
Bert Broomberg suggested I did my own version of Wordsworth's 'Lonely as a Cloud'
I have tried to be true to the poems style and form as possible. I hope it works and a little of his magnificent poem has rubbed of on mine.
Poetry | Updated Feb 7, 2013 | Reads: 32 | Comments: 8 | Likes: 13
A poem about London and my feeling towards the city at the time of writing it.
Poetry | Updated Nov 19, 2012 | Reads: 28 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Think Dexter mixed with poetry...
Its a story based on the poem "song" by William Wordsworth about Lucy gray were she a young adult.Theres no real conflict and resolution its motive is just for you to experience i think.Its not a happy little story but give me some feedback please!
The first new release from Coyotes Publishing in almost a year... Unanswered Prayers..
By Addison Abbot
A critical analysis of Williams Wordsworth's work.
By Mike Florio
The first short story I am submitting. It was written about a year ago, when everyone was worried about the economy, ore so than they are today. This story takes place in Bixby Canyon, although I've never actually been there I've hiked many mountains similar to the ones in Big Sur. Anyway, I...
By Mike Florio
This is a poem that my small education has helped me write and I consider it a good creed for all poets.
By Dana The Cyberpoet
Not all folks resonate to the essence of the romantics. Below is an opening as to perhaps why...
By Johnny Redd
The world continues to foul the atmosphere with carbon dioxide and other carcinogenic pollutants. William Wordsworth lamented during the Romantic Age of English Literature that nature faced a most uncertain future.
Poetry | Updated Aug 9, 2009 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Geoff Groom
In memory of childhood and innocence...a poem written in April 1999. Aquilegia is a type of Columbine