Thursday, 2 January 2020

TEN POINTS ON POETS AND POEMS





NOBLE NUMBERS (1647) and HESPERIDES (1648) are two volumes of poems by HERRICK

“”ODE OF WIT” is poem by COWLEY

“”THE TASK” a long poem was written by WILLIAM COWPER

‘’’THE BARD is a medieval poem by GRAY

‘’ODE TO EVENING’’ is an 18th century poem by WILLIAM COLLINS

CLAREL (1878) is a poem by Herman Melville

“”LIGHT BREAKS WHERE NO SUN SHINES” is a poem by DYLAN THOMAS

‘’HOLY THRUSDAY” is a poem written by BLAKE

DRUNKEN FISHERMEN is a poem by ROBERT LOWELL

“”SINCE THERE IS NO HELP” is an inspiring poem by DRAYTON   

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