Casabianca Poem by Felecia Dorothea Hemans – Poem, Meaning, Summary and Poem Analysis

Casabianca is a poem about loyalty and duty. It is an epitome of heroism, obedience, bravery and sacrifice. It is based on a true event that happened in 1798 during the battle of the Nile. It is a story about Captain Luc-Julien-Joseph Casabianca and his 12-year-old son, Giocante, who both perished aboard the ship OrientContinue reading “Casabianca Poem by Felecia Dorothea Hemans – Poem, Meaning, Summary and Poem Analysis”

The Zulu Girl by Roy Campbell- Poem, Meaning, Summary and Analysis

Roy Campbell, alias Ignatius Roy Dunnachie Campbell, was a South African poet who lived from 1901 to 1957 at Setubal, Port. His exuberant poetry contrasted with the anxious self-searching of the more renowned socially aware English writers of the 1930s. Campbell was involved in early attempts to sketch out a canon of South African literature,Continue reading “The Zulu Girl by Roy Campbell- Poem, Meaning, Summary and Analysis”

After death – by Christina Rossetti, Poem Summary, Interpretation and Analysis

Introduction of Poet Christina Rossetti born in London in 1830. She became one of the finest poet of the Victorian age. She wrote romantic, devotional and children’s poems. She also wrote two Christmas Carols well known in the UK. She started her journey of poetry in 1842, in which the influence of her favoured poetsContinue reading “After death – by Christina Rossetti, Poem Summary, Interpretation and Analysis”

Effects Poem by Alan Jenkins – Poem Summary and Analysis

This poem expresses the relationship between a son and a mother. It is about the regret the son feels after his mother passes away for not being able to have had a strong connection, spend enough time, and showcase his love to her when she was around. Poet Introduction : Alan Jenkins Alan Jenkins, bornContinue reading “Effects Poem by Alan Jenkins – Poem Summary and Analysis”

Jumper Poem by Tony Harrison – Poem, Meaning, Summary and Poem Analysis

Tony Harrison, born on 30th April 1937, was an English poet and also a well-regarded translator and playwright. He was raised in Leeds in Britain and most of his works were influenced by the background of his upbringing and earlier life. Few of his noted works are the poem “V” and also his versions ofContinue reading “Jumper Poem by Tony Harrison – Poem, Meaning, Summary and Poem Analysis”

[you fit into me] by Margaret Atwood – Poem Meaning and Poem Analysis

Margaret Eleanor Atwood (November 18, 1939) is a Canadian poet, novelist, literary critic, essayist, teacher, environmental activist. She is an acclaimed modern novelist, winner of the Booker Prize, Arthur C. Clarke Award, the Governor General’s Award, the Franz Kafka Prize, Princess of Austrias Awards and the National Book Critics and PEN Center USA Lifetime AchievementContinue reading “[you fit into me] by Margaret Atwood – Poem Meaning and Poem Analysis”

Invictus Poem by William Ernest Henley – Poem, Meaning, Summary and Poem Analysis.

Invictus is a Poem written by British poet William Ernest Henley in 1875 which was published in 1891 in his poem collection “In Hospital”. Apparently this poem was written when he was hospitalised due to a tuberculosis infection. Invictus Poem by Willian Ernest Henley Out of the night that covers me,      Black as the pitContinue reading “Invictus Poem by William Ernest Henley – Poem, Meaning, Summary and Poem Analysis.”

You Have Two Voices – Nancy Prasad – Poem, Summary and Poem Analysis

You have two voices is a poem by Nancy Prasad about learning a new language and embracing one’s mother tongue. She is a freelance writer and lives in Canada. She has a B.A. in English and Psychology. You have Two Voices Poem by Nancy Prasad You have two voices when you speakin English or yourContinue reading “You Have Two Voices – Nancy Prasad – Poem, Summary and Poem Analysis”

Some keep the Sabbath going to Church by Emily Dickinson- Poem Analysis and Summary

Emily Dickinson as a poet Emily Dickinson was born in 1830 to a prominent family. She was haunted by the menace of death throughout her life. Although she had written 800 poems between 1858 to 1865, it was discovered by her sister that Emily had written around 1800 poems in her lifetime which she dintContinue reading “Some keep the Sabbath going to Church by Emily Dickinson- Poem Analysis and Summary”

Before I got my eye put out by Emily Dickinson – Poem meaning and analysis

Emily Dickinson as a Poet Emily Dickinson was born in 1830 to a prominent family. She was haunted by the menace of death throughout her life. Although she had written 800 poems between 1858 to 1865, it was discovered by her sister that Emily had written around 1800 poems in her lifetime which she didn’tContinue reading “Before I got my eye put out by Emily Dickinson – Poem meaning and analysis”