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Articles about poet

Entertainment
by Tom_Carver
7 years ago
Top Poets Stamped by US

The US postal service honors 10 Twentieth-Century Poets by issuing a stamp of each poet. Many famous people are commemorated on stamps and now the USPS honors 10 Top Poets on postage stamps. These US Postage forever stamps, issued in 2012 celebrate the works of America's greatest poets. These elite poets are each remembered by having a postage stamp honoring their life and achievements. They join the ranks of famous faces that have appeared on US postal stamps.

Entertainment
by GregorMendel
7 years ago
John Milton in Paradise Lost: Poet, Author, Muse

The narrator and author are two very different things. Or are they? Examine author John Milton's views on angels, devils and everything in between in his thought-provoking religious modern epic.

Lifestyle
by Neal_Litherland
4 years ago
Why Are Gay Women Called Lesbians?

The label of "lesbian" placed on homosexual women is not new. In fact the label goes back at least a century or so. Where does the word lesbian come from though, and what does it actually mean? How did we settle on THAT word to describe a whole subset of the population?

History
by StreamlineInfo
7 years ago
Did Jesus Exist?

Jesus Christ is one of the most proclaimed figures in human history. Virtually everyone knows of this person and the amazing things he did to inspire people and teach them humanistic values. Many people believe the Jesus figure was real, and did everything as depicted in the Bible. There are others who claim Jesus never existed. Here at StreamlineInfo we will provide information to help you come to your own conclusion of whether Jesus is real, or never existed, or some varying degree.

Entertainment
by Adam Brown
4 years ago
Tips for Writing Effective Poetry

Do you love poetry but have trouble penning anything beyond a string of cliches? These tips will help you write like a modern Wordsworth in no time!

Entertainment
by flippomendes
6 years ago
An Analysis of the Poem-When I Consider How My Light is Spent by John Milton

In the poem, "when I consider how my light is spent," John Milton uses biblical literature to consider the second half of his life, which will be difficult for him because of his blindness and comes to the conclusion that man (he) must employ his God- given talent irrespective of the limitation he faces. This poem considers the relationship between man and God.

History
by Etcetera
7 years ago
The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood

The Pre-Raphaelite artists created grand visions of rich colour and ideal images of beauty, death, mythology or historical events. Influenced by Romanticism, these artists sought freedom of expression and were inspired by the Medieval age. The beauty of nature also motivated the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and was also a spiritual focus for this group.

Entertainment
by Jeremy Perry
7 years ago
Who is Jim Morrison?

A brief bio about the iconic-rock star.

History
by HLesley
2 years ago
Remembering Sacrifice: Wilfred Owen and the Poetry of World War One

Remembrance Day originated in the outpouring of grief at the end of World War I, the "war to end all wars". That grief is also reflected in the work of the World War One poets, the greatest of which is Wilfred Owen.

Health
by msmuffintop
9 years ago
Therapeutic Poetry

Writing a Poem a Day

Soon after my husband left me I was devastated. I could not grok that he was done with me. He never said "This isn't working out," he just walked out of our door one day with forty two dollars in his pocket determined to...

Entertainment
by msmuffintop
9 years ago
How to write poetry

Poetry is economical, low calorie and endlessly stimulating. If the only poetry you read in a month is the poetry published in the New Yorker, you would not be doing bad. Poetry in Western Literature hit a high point in the 1500's when all educated people penned it....

Lifestyle
by footloose
7 years ago
Top Poems to Lift Spirits

We all must agree that there are times that getting up in the morning can be a death defying feat. What to do to lift the spirits and abolish the terrible fear paralysis that keeps us obsessed?

Environment
by Ryan James
6 years ago
Thoreau's Walden - Lessons on Simplicity and the Environment

Thoreau's Walden is a pivotal work and contains messages of simplicity, enjoyment and interconnectedness. This book changed my perspective on life and I am a better person for having read it.

Entertainment
by Mohin
7 years ago
Tupac the famous American dead rapper

Tupac the famous American dead rapper Introduction In this review I will be telling you about Tupac the famous American dead rapper whose real name is Lesane Parish Crooks. He was born on June 16th 1971 and he died when he was 25 which was on September 13th...

Travel & Places
by ChrisFritz
5 years ago
Top Things To Do In Valparaiso, Chile

Valparaiso is certainly one of the most unique cities in the world. It offers plenty of things to explore, check out my top suggestions.

Entertainment
by Fran5050
3 years ago
William Blake, Philosopher, Poet and Artist, Still Inspires Artists Today

November 2007 marked 250 years since the birth of English philosopher, poet and artist William Blake

Travel & Places
by DevendraFarswan
5 years ago
Explore the Eternal City of Delhi - A UNESCO World Heritage Sites

The ancient stones reveal those tales of pomp, glory and splendor - engaging you with the antiquity and enduring appeal of the Eternal City of Delhi.

Entertainment
by AngieYoder
7 years ago
The Genius of Allen Ginsberg's "Howl"

The Beat Generation produced some of the greatest writing in history. Allen Ginsberg was its' unofficial spokesperson. Read more about the genius of this confused writer, who poured out his angst in his poetry and changed the face of the literary world forever.

Lifestyle
by Ddraig
6 years ago
Yorkshire Day Celebrate Yorkshire

Yorkshire Day is on the 1st August every year. A day to celebrate one of the finest and most beautiful, yet historic Counties in England. The scenery, people, beauty spots, history and culture mean Yorkshire people should most definitely be proud and enjoy their Yorkshire day.

History
by Etcetera
7 years ago
The Last Person to Speak to Lord Byron

Katerina Georgia Plessos, a young refugee from the Greek Wars of independence arrived in Sydney Australia in 1835, she is believed to be the last person to speak to Lord Byron. Byron, had rushed off to Greece in support of the struggle for Greek independence from Turkey, but died before he could fulfil his plans to attack the Turkish-held fortress of Lepanto.

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