Cause and Effect by Charles Bukowski

Cause And Effect | A Poem by Charles Bukowski

This is a poem about suicide and how it often occurs to best of people. And those who don’t understand these people during their lifetime wonder why they chose death over their company. Charles Bukowski calls death as effect and oblivion created by people around him as effect.

Cause and Effect by Charles Bukowski
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Fire and Ice by Robert rost

Fire and Ice | A Poem by Robert Frost

Robert Frost chooses the best alternative as a mode of destruction if the world had to end this moment. He chooses the better mode from amongst ‘fire’ and ‘ice’. He is also giving justification for his choice.

Fire and Ice by Robert rost
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J. W. Cassandra: Az ékszerkígyó legendája, 2. rész

Legend of the Jewel-serpent, Part 2, by J. W. Cassandra, my last dragon tale. I share it both in English and Hungarian, in 2 parts, since it proved to be too long for sharing in one post. The tale belongs to my volume “Dragon Legends and Tales”. So far, to it 22 legends and tales belong, mostly written to 2004. I hope, you’ll enjoy the story.

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J. W. Cassandra: Az ékszerkígyó legendája, 1. rész

Legend of the Jewel-serpent, Part 2, by J. W. Cassandra, my last dragon tale. I share it both in English and Hungarian, in 2 parts, since it proved to be too long for sharing in one post. The tale belongs to my volume “Dragon Legends and Tales”. So far, to it 22 legends and tales belong, mostly written to 2004. I hope, you’ll enjoy the story.

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Legend of the Jewel-serpent, Part 2, by J. W. Cassandra

Legend of the Jewel-serpent, Part 2, by J. W. Cassandra, my last dragon tale. I share it both in English and Hungarian, in 2 parts, since it proved to be too long for sharing in one post. The tale belongs to my volume “Dragon Legends and Tales”. So far, to it 22 legends and tales belong, mostly written to 2004. I hope, you’ll enjoy the story.

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Legend of the Jewel-serpent, Part 1, by J. W. Cassandra

Legend of the Jewel-serpent, Part 1, by J. W. Cassandra, my last dragon tale. I share it both in English and Hungarian, in 2 parts, since it proved to be too long for sharing in one post. The tale belongs to my volume “Dragon Legends and Tales”. So far, to it 22 legends and tales belong, mostly written to 2004. I hope, you’ll enjoy the story.

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I Thought I Could Not Be Hurt by Sylvia Plath

I Thought I Could Not Be Hurt | A Poem by Sylvia Plath

‘I Thought That I Could Not be Hurt’ is one of the first poems written by Sylvia Plath during her teenage years with a sad undertone. In this poem, she wants to express how her life was happy and joyful. And how these pleasant feelings aren’t permanent.

I Thought I Could Not Be Hurt by Sylvia Plath
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The Lesson - A poem by Roger McGough

The Lesson | A Poem by Roger McGough

‘The Lesson’ by Roger McGough depicts the frustrations of a teacher in a very strange and peculiar manner. I cannot, even in my nightmares, imagine any of my teachers could do such a thing, as illustrated so beautifully in the poem.

The Lesson - A poem by Roger McGough
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J. W. Cassandra: Ígéret

The Promise, by J. W. Cassandra: I share my short story, a bit mystique romantic love story. Indeed, I set in it romantic love against that of friendly one. Writing it, I imagined myself slightly into the position of a middle-aged man. The story itself was written in 2011 yet. It belongs to my story book Masquerade of Cycle of Existence. I share the story both in English and Hungarian. I hope, you all can enjoy it.

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The Promise, by J. W. Cassandra

The Promise, by J. W. Cassandra: I share my short story, a bit mystique romantic love story. Indeed, I set in it romantic love against that of friendly one. Writing it, I imagined myself slightly into the position of a middle-aged man. The story itself was written in 2011 yet. It belongs to my story book Masquerade of Cycle of Existence. I share the story both in English and Hungarian. I hope, you all can enjoy it.

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The Brook by Alfred Lord Tennyson

The Brook | A Poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson

This stream joins the river, its final destiny. And The Brooks (as personified by Alfred Lord Tennyson) mocks the humans as ordinary mortals who get consumed by time.

Sir Tennyson’s love for nature is evident from the fact that how beautifully he adds sensuality in the description of a river.

The Brook by Alfred Lord Tennyson
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A Red, Red Rose by Robert Burns

A Red, Red Rose | A Poem by Robert Burns

In “the red, red rose”, Robert Burns is directly speaking to his love. He wants to convey how he will love her till eternity. The distance between them is just physical and temporary.

A Red, Red Rose by Robert Burns
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MY DARLING © Story

This is a Real Love Story. A good story meant for making a feature tollywood movie. This story has good family Cumbria love and successful story. Finally after a great deal the bride gets successful in getting the marriage settled with the would be bridegroom. This Love Story is quite interesting.

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New Hampshire Robert Frost Poem

New Hampshire | A Poem by Robert Frost

New Hampshire is a poem that describes Robert Frost’s love for the city of New Hampshire and its natural beauty, love for arts, and unbusinesslike nature. It also discusses the shallowness of people who measure everything based on its commercial value.

New Hampshire Robert Frost Poem
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I Measure Every Grief I meet |Poem by Emily Dickinson

This is an extremely sad poem, much like the life of Emily Dickinson. A poem about her appraisal of the sadness and grief that she meets, and I bet she meets many. This poem just keeps getting sad until the last couple of paragraphs, where she reveals that other’s grief gives her comfort. It is others too, who have suffered. And some of the pains are like hers.

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