Poems & Poetry
Discovering Purpose in Life - Response to Word Challenge
When we do not know what is the purpose in our lives then we wander here and there doing things that have nothing to do with our achievements or success . This poem tries to present as how the purpose in our lives can be understood in a clear way in relation to our interests and likings.
“The Concert for Bangladesh” and a Tribute to George Harrison, Ravi Shankar and Friends
A Little Support Can Go a Long Way~
Why is Peace a Pipe Dream? ~ a Poem
It frustrates me that the world seems continually consumed by war and other types of conflict. Am I wrong in the assumption that most people seek peace? Or is it to the benefit of governments and powermongers to keep us in a state of turmoil?
My Argument Against "Understanding" Poetry -- in Order to Appreciate It
"Art is in the eye of beholder" applies to poetry as well; and what is poetry to one, may be a total nonsense to another.
The Foolery of Global Warming: A Satirical Prose in Rhymes
Since the times recorded, our sun and earth had such unpleasant stages in their relation, and while before it was "angry gods" doing it, now it's just the manipulative elite keeping spirits down from awakening with every scary tool possible.
The Creativity of Artist Wesley Yamaka and Japanese Poet Tachibana Akemi
Learn more about Japanese American artist Wesley Yamaka and his silkscreen artwork featuring a beautiful Japanese poem written in the 19th century in Futui, Japan by Tachibana Akemi.
Challenge of Writing in English as a Second Language
It's a challenge, it's a fun, but it definitely must be different to those whose English is their native language.
Every Generation Blames the One Before
Word prompt challenge, by Brenda Arledge, Week 58. The word, "generation". How often have you heard or said it yourself? That generation is >fill in the blank< What better way to pass the buck, as they say, than to place blame elsewhere...let's go with, the generation before.
Thousands of Hubbers Missing From Hub Pages Feed: A Prose in Rhymes
It appears highly peculiar that always the same dozen or more participants are to be seen on our Feed. Where are all the others of the same categories out of thousands of hubbers?
'The Road Not Taken' by Robert Frost: A Critical Analysis
‘The Road Not Taken’ is one of Robert Frost's most characteristic and controversial lyrics. The poem was published in 1916 in the anthology of poems entitled ‘Mountain Interval’.
Robert Frost's 'After Apple-Picking': A Critical Analysis
Robert Frost was a famous American poet. 'After Apple-Picking' gives us an insight into his creative and sensitive spirit. The poem is full of rich sublime symbolism. This article explores some of the symbolism found in this beautiful poem.
Word Prompts Help Creativity ~ Week 58 (Generation)
"Word Prompts Help Creativity ~ Week 58"(Generation) is an article I write to help inspire our creativity. I choose a single word prompt encouraging others to write a poem, a short story, a song, or any combination.
Her Brief Memoir: Be Not Like Snake That Passes on the Rock Part Three
Story about a man who, having met with several disappointments, decided to remain single all his life, but his disposition was changed by a young damsel in love with him...
Her Brief Memoir: Be Not Like Snake That Passes on the Rock Part Two
Story about a man who, having met with several disappointments, decided to remain single all his life, but his disposition was changed by a young damsel in love with him…
Her Brief Memoir: Be Not Like Snake That Passes on the Rock Part One
Story about a man who having met with several disappointments decided to remain single all his life, but his disposition was changed by a young damsel in love with him...
Hub Pages' Low Monetizers -- Why Still Kept on the Site?: A Satire
This article is the result of my playing with logical reasoning, which happens to be my passion -- this time about the discrepancy between our low productivity and our still being "employed" at this Hub Pages website.
My Five Years Old Sister Wrote Her Very First Poem and Named It "a Kid "
So, my lil sister got her very first English writing assignment last week. She came to me and asked for help to write a poem on her/ her choices specifically. But to be very honest I didn't help her even not for a single word. She really did toil work for that.
Idiocy of a Hypothetical All-White America: A Satirical Poem
Well, it's not an issue of different races but one of the universal stupidity.
Brainwashing Entertainment Style: A Satirical Prose in Rhymes
Not for criticism, just for fun, let's see how our minds are being messed with through entertainment media.
Spoken Word Poetry: How to Perform It in 5 Easy Tips
Word spoken poetry held as competitions, are called Poetry slams. These are competitions for performing poets that has become popular in many countries today. Discover more about this from this article.
Spoken Word Poetry
Spoken word is an oral poetic performance art centered on the poem and performer's aesthetics. It's a late-20th-century continuation of an ancient oral art form that relies on recitation and word play, such as live intonation and vocal modulation. Find out more about it in this article.