A MAN AND HIS GUITAR — keithgarrettpoetry

A MAN AND HIS GUITAR He came from a long time ago, This man of such a character, his music is to know. From his days with the James Gang, as an Eagle he flies, The way that he dresses opens our eyes. A voice that’s unique, that you know him as he speaks, He […]

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‘The Child Is Father of the Man’: A Short Analysis of William Wordsworth’s ‘My heart leaps up’ — Interesting Literature

The meaning of Wordsworth’s short rainbow poem ‘My heart leaps up’, sometimes known as ‘The Rainbow’ is perhaps Wordsworth’s shortest great poem. In just nine lines, Wordsworth expresses a number of the several features of Romanticism: a love of nature, the relationship between the natural world and the individual self, and the importance of childhood […]

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A Short Analysis of T. S. Eliot’s ‘Rhapsody on a Windy Night’ — Interesting Literature

A reading of Eliot’s early poem Sylvia Plath once said that she thought anything should be able to be used in a poem, but she couldn’t imagine a toothbrush in a poem. Yet at the end of ‘Rhapsody on a Windy Night’, T. S. Eliot had used the toothbrush as a way of hinting at […]

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