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Poetry Playscripts category supplies articles dealing with periodical committed to literature in a broad sense. These magazines commonly publish short stories, poetry and essays along with criticism, book reviews, and profiles of authors, etc. They are frequently called literary journals, or little magazines, in contrast with bigger, commercial magazines.

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Cluivee Lee

Shakespeare Love Poems - Sonnet 130 Analysis

A short summary and analysis of Sonnet 130. This Shakespeare love sonnet is one of the most famous Shakespeare love poems, and is also known as "O mistress mine".

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Swastik Roy

Red Oleanders by Tagore: A Discussion in Symbolism

The Red Oleanders of Tagore at once stands out as a major milestone in the career of the modern Bengali drama; impregnated with a deep sustained symbolism, the...

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Mary Harring-Duhart

More poetry penned by Stefan Borenstein to keep the imagination flowing. From the White House to your house Borenstein brings his heart to you in this great collection of poetry.

By: Mary Harring-Duhart l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Jun 14, 2012
Mary Harring-Duhart

Mad-Poet's collection of poetry is now in view for his reading audience. In it you will find an Awesome group of poetry written from the heart of Stefan Borenstein. He also includes dynamite graphic

By: Mary Harring-Duhart l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Jun 13, 2012

A new book of poems by Anne-Adele Wight is given a positive review. Wight provides heightened insights into primitive animal natures and poses and answers serious questions about the relationship

By: Elizabeth Kirwin l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Mar 28, 2012
Ram Krishna Singh

Keki N. Daruwalla, who has been writing for over four decades now, is a leading name in Indian English poetry today (p 31). The uniqueness of his verses has been recognized by critics and admirers

By: Ram Krishna Singh l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Oct 28, 2011

While reading Questions in the Balance by Christopher W. Boyden, it became abundantly clear why he has won so many awards and accolades for his published poetry. His work exemplifies classic poetry;

By: Gary R. Sorkin l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Oct 18, 2011
Tyler Tichelaar

Harold Richter fulfills a longtime mission with this book of engaging, humorous and philosophical poetry, composed almost completely in five-line limericks. From limericks about Santa Claus to poems

By: Tyler Tichelaar l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Sep 16, 2011
Cluivee Lee

A short summary and analysis of Sonnet 130. This Shakespeare love sonnet is one of the most famous Shakespeare love poems, and is also known as "O mistress mine".

By: Cluivee Lee l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Aug 30, 2011
Cluivee Lee

A detailed analysis of Sonnet 18. Sonnet 18 is one of the most celebrated Shakespeare love poems and my personal favourite Shakespeare love sonnet. Including my own thoughts and opinions.

By: Cluivee Lee l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Aug 24, 2011
Cluivee Lee

A short summary on the most cryptic of the Shakespeare love poems, The Phoenix and the Turtle. Includes analysis, and my interpretation on the meaning of the poem.

By: Cluivee Lee l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Aug 10, 2011
Cluivee Lee

A detailed summary and review of Shakespeare's love poem, A Lover's Complaint. One of his most famous poems, Shakespeare really shows off his imaginative description in this poem.

By: Cluivee Lee l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Aug 08, 2011
Mary Harring-Duhart

Helen McManus shares with us a difficult journey in her life. After the sudden loss of her spouse she shares with her readers through poetry how to pick up the pieces and live again. Through

By: Mary Harring-Duhart l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Jun 20, 2011

This reviews the latest selection of Carol Ann Duffy's poetry. Carol Ann Duffy is the first female Poet Laureate in the United Kingdom, an honour she has earned through her popularity and appeal.

By: Janet Lewison l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l May 13, 2011
Mayra Calvani

I was intrigued when I received a copy of this poetry chapbook for review. It isn't the typical poetry book. The author, 'Laughing' Larry Berger, improvised these poems onstage in front of an

By: Mayra Calvani l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l May 07, 2011
Daveda Gruber

In the world today, it is most difficult to get through these times. How does she manage? With God by her side, Harring-Duhart explains in beautiful poetic forms how she overcomes the difficult parts

By: Daveda Gruber l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l May 04, 2011
Swastik Roy

The Red Oleanders of Tagore at once stands out as a major milestone in the career of the modern Bengali drama; impregnated with a deep sustained symbolism, the drama abjures the more mundane dialect

By: Swastik Roy l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Apr 19, 2011
Irene Watson

Proper use of the semicolon is becoming rare; often, no semicolon usage is common. Many people don't know how to use a semicolon, so they don't use them at all, but the semicolon can create emphasis

By: Irene Watson l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Apr 01, 2011

When we talk about Punjabi culture, lots of things come to our mind such as Punjabi music, cuisine, dance and traditions. But one thing that is simply unforgettable is the poetry. The sophistication

By: Harish Jain l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Mar 13, 2011
Daveda Gruber

'With Silver Wings and a Golden Quill' is Tanya's third book and she shines magnificently in her flowing poetic structure. This book will certainly keep an adult captivated throughout. Campos-Gracia

By: Daveda Gruber l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Feb 16, 2011
Daveda Gruber

Once in a blue moon, true love can come your way. This remarkable kind of love came to Helen McManus. All too soon, her beloved husband, Jim was suddenly taken away. He was an ex-Marine. This is an

By: Daveda Gruber l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Feb 16, 2011
Daveda Gruber

Joree Williams has written a book that is a must, in society today, to read. 'Lost Childhood' has just been released by Publishing with Passion. It is in the hopes that some child or children

By: Daveda Gruber l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Feb 16, 2011
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Cluivee Lee

A short summary and analysis of Sonnet 130. This Shakespeare love sonnet is one of the most famous Shakespeare love poems, and is also known as "O mistress mine".

By: Cluivee Lee l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Aug 30, 2011 lViews: 249 lComments: 0
Cluivee Lee

A detailed analysis of Sonnet 18. Sonnet 18 is one of the most celebrated Shakespeare love poems and my personal favourite Shakespeare love sonnet. Including my own thoughts and opinions.

By: Cluivee Lee l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Aug 24, 2011 lViews: 144 lComments: 0
Swastik Roy

The Red Oleanders of Tagore at once stands out as a major milestone in the career of the modern Bengali drama; impregnated with a deep sustained symbolism, the drama abjures the more mundane dialect

By: Swastik Roy l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Apr 19, 2011 lViews: 134 lComments: 0
Ram Krishna Singh

Keki N. Daruwalla, who has been writing for over four decades now, is a leading name in Indian English poetry today (p 31). The uniqueness of his verses has been recognized by critics and admirers

By: Ram Krishna Singh l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Oct 28, 2011 lViews: 128 lComments: 0

When we talk about Punjabi culture, lots of things come to our mind such as Punjabi music, cuisine, dance and traditions. But one thing that is simply unforgettable is the poetry. The sophistication

By: Harish Jain l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Mar 13, 2011 lViews: 126 lComments: 0
Mary Harring-Duhart

More poetry penned by Stefan Borenstein to keep the imagination flowing. From the White House to your house Borenstein brings his heart to you in this great collection of poetry.

By: Mary Harring-Duhart l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Jun 14, 2012 lViews: 93 lComments: 0
Cluivee Lee

A short summary on the most cryptic of the Shakespeare love poems, The Phoenix and the Turtle. Includes analysis, and my interpretation on the meaning of the poem.

By: Cluivee Lee l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Aug 10, 2011 lViews: 73 lComments: 0
Mary Harring-Duhart

Mad-Poet's collection of poetry is now in view for his reading audience. In it you will find an Awesome group of poetry written from the heart of Stefan Borenstein. He also includes dynamite graphic

By: Mary Harring-Duhart l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Jun 13, 2012 lViews: 71 lComments: 0

This reviews the latest selection of Carol Ann Duffy's poetry. Carol Ann Duffy is the first female Poet Laureate in the United Kingdom, an honour she has earned through her popularity and appeal.

By: Janet Lewison l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l May 13, 2011 lViews: 70 lComments: 0
Cluivee Lee

A detailed summary and review of Shakespeare's love poem, A Lover's Complaint. One of his most famous poems, Shakespeare really shows off his imaginative description in this poem.

By: Cluivee Lee l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Aug 08, 2011 lViews: 69 lComments: 0
Tyler Tichelaar

Harold Richter fulfills a longtime mission with this book of engaging, humorous and philosophical poetry, composed almost completely in five-line limericks. From limericks about Santa Claus to poems

By: Tyler Tichelaar l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Sep 16, 2011 lViews: 67 lComments: 0

While reading Questions in the Balance by Christopher W. Boyden, it became abundantly clear why he has won so many awards and accolades for his published poetry. His work exemplifies classic poetry;

By: Gary R. Sorkin l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Oct 18, 2011 lViews: 64 lComments: 0
Daveda Gruber

In the world today, it is most difficult to get through these times. How does she manage? With God by her side, Harring-Duhart explains in beautiful poetic forms how she overcomes the difficult parts

By: Daveda Gruber l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l May 04, 2011 lViews: 64 lComments: 0
Mayra Calvani

I was intrigued when I received a copy of this poetry chapbook for review. It isn't the typical poetry book. The author, 'Laughing' Larry Berger, improvised these poems onstage in front of an

By: Mayra Calvani l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l May 07, 2011 lViews: 62 lComments: 0

A new book of poems by Anne-Adele Wight is given a positive review. Wight provides heightened insights into primitive animal natures and poses and answers serious questions about the relationship

By: Elizabeth Kirwin l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Mar 28, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Mary Harring-Duhart

Helen McManus shares with us a difficult journey in her life. After the sudden loss of her spouse she shares with her readers through poetry how to pick up the pieces and live again. Through

By: Mary Harring-Duhart l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Jun 20, 2011 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Daveda Gruber

Once in a blue moon, true love can come your way. This remarkable kind of love came to Helen McManus. All too soon, her beloved husband, Jim was suddenly taken away. He was an ex-Marine. This is an

By: Daveda Gruber l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Feb 16, 2011 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Mary Harring-Duhart

With a Golden quill, Tanya Campos-Garcia expresses herself in these beautiful poetic poems. Love poems that will capture the heart of the reader.

By: Mary Harring-Duhart l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Feb 11, 2011 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Irene Watson

Proper use of the semicolon is becoming rare; often, no semicolon usage is common. Many people don't know how to use a semicolon, so they don't use them at all, but the semicolon can create emphasis

By: Irene Watson l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Apr 01, 2011 lViews: 49 lComments: 0

In the third act Banquo suspects that Macbeth is the murderer, so Macbeth hires assassins to kill Banquo and his son. Macbeth and his wife have a banquet. The murderers he hired kill Banquo, but his

By: Jimmie Stewart l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Jan 18, 2011 lViews: 46 lComments: 0
1 2|  
Mayra Calvani

I was intrigued when I received a copy of this poetry chapbook for review. It isn't the typical poetry book. The author, 'Laughing' Larry Berger, improvised these poems onstage in front of an

By: Mayra Calvani l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l May 07, 2011 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Tyler Tichelaar

Harold Richter fulfills a longtime mission with this book of engaging, humorous and philosophical poetry, composed almost completely in five-line limericks. From limericks about Santa Claus to poems

By: Tyler Tichelaar l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Sep 16, 2011 lViews: 67 lComments: 0

This reviews the latest selection of Carol Ann Duffy's poetry. Carol Ann Duffy is the first female Poet Laureate in the United Kingdom, an honour she has earned through her popularity and appeal.

By: Janet Lewison l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l May 13, 2011 lViews: 70 lComments: 0

While reading Questions in the Balance by Christopher W. Boyden, it became abundantly clear why he has won so many awards and accolades for his published poetry. His work exemplifies classic poetry;

By: Gary R. Sorkin l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Oct 18, 2011 lViews: 64 lComments: 0
Irene Watson

Proper use of the semicolon is becoming rare; often, no semicolon usage is common. Many people don't know how to use a semicolon, so they don't use them at all, but the semicolon can create emphasis

By: Irene Watson l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Apr 01, 2011 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Daveda Gruber

In the world today, it is most difficult to get through these times. How does she manage? With God by her side, Harring-Duhart explains in beautiful poetic forms how she overcomes the difficult parts

By: Daveda Gruber l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l May 04, 2011 lViews: 64 lComments: 0
Daveda Gruber

'With Silver Wings and a Golden Quill' is Tanya's third book and she shines magnificently in her flowing poetic structure. This book will certainly keep an adult captivated throughout. Campos-Gracia

By: Daveda Gruber l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Feb 16, 2011 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Daveda Gruber

Once in a blue moon, true love can come your way. This remarkable kind of love came to Helen McManus. All too soon, her beloved husband, Jim was suddenly taken away. He was an ex-Marine. This is an

By: Daveda Gruber l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Feb 16, 2011 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Daveda Gruber

Joree Williams has written a book that is a must, in society today, to read. 'Lost Childhood' has just been released by Publishing with Passion. It is in the hopes that some child or children

By: Daveda Gruber l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Feb 16, 2011 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Ram Krishna Singh

Keki N. Daruwalla, who has been writing for over four decades now, is a leading name in Indian English poetry today (p 31). The uniqueness of his verses has been recognized by critics and admirers

By: Ram Krishna Singh l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Oct 28, 2011 lViews: 128 lComments: 0
Cluivee Lee

A short summary and analysis of Sonnet 130. This Shakespeare love sonnet is one of the most famous Shakespeare love poems, and is also known as "O mistress mine".

By: Cluivee Lee l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Aug 30, 2011 lViews: 249 lComments: 0
Cluivee Lee

A detailed analysis of Sonnet 18. Sonnet 18 is one of the most celebrated Shakespeare love poems and my personal favourite Shakespeare love sonnet. Including my own thoughts and opinions.

By: Cluivee Lee l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Aug 24, 2011 lViews: 144 lComments: 0
Cluivee Lee

A short summary on the most cryptic of the Shakespeare love poems, The Phoenix and the Turtle. Includes analysis, and my interpretation on the meaning of the poem.

By: Cluivee Lee l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Aug 10, 2011 lViews: 73 lComments: 0
Cluivee Lee

A detailed summary and review of Shakespeare's love poem, A Lover's Complaint. One of his most famous poems, Shakespeare really shows off his imaginative description in this poem.

By: Cluivee Lee l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Aug 08, 2011 lViews: 69 lComments: 0
Mary Harring-Duhart

Helen McManus shares with us a difficult journey in her life. After the sudden loss of her spouse she shares with her readers through poetry how to pick up the pieces and live again. Through

By: Mary Harring-Duhart l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Jun 20, 2011 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Mary Harring-Duhart

More poetry penned by Stefan Borenstein to keep the imagination flowing. From the White House to your house Borenstein brings his heart to you in this great collection of poetry.

By: Mary Harring-Duhart l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Jun 14, 2012 lViews: 93 lComments: 0
Mary Harring-Duhart

Mad-Poet's collection of poetry is now in view for his reading audience. In it you will find an Awesome group of poetry written from the heart of Stefan Borenstein. He also includes dynamite graphic

By: Mary Harring-Duhart l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Jun 13, 2012 lViews: 71 lComments: 0
Mary Harring-Duhart

With a Golden quill, Tanya Campos-Garcia expresses herself in these beautiful poetic poems. Love poems that will capture the heart of the reader.

By: Mary Harring-Duhart l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Feb 11, 2011 lViews: 51 lComments: 0

In the third act Banquo suspects that Macbeth is the murderer, so Macbeth hires assassins to kill Banquo and his son. Macbeth and his wife have a banquet. The murderers he hired kill Banquo, but his

By: Jimmie Stewart l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Jan 18, 2011 lViews: 46 lComments: 0

A new book of poems by Anne-Adele Wight is given a positive review. Wight provides heightened insights into primitive animal natures and poses and answers serious questions about the relationship

By: Elizabeth Kirwin l Book Reviews > Poetry Playscripts l Mar 28, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
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