In Memory of wb yeats by W.H.Auden
eThe above lines are taken from the poem In Memory of WB Yeats written by WH Auden. It is an elegy lamenting over the demise of Yeats, the renowned poet of Ireland.
Poem in October/ The Force that through the green fuse Drives the flowers by Dylan Thomas
The above lines are taken from the poem The Force that through the green fuse drives the flowers written by Dylan Thomas. The poet says that there is some force at work in nature which is both creative and destructive.
The above lines are taken from the poem Poem in October written by Dylan Thomas. It is the 30th birthday, quite early in the spring
Recalling War/ Broken Images by Robert Graves
The above lines are taken from the poem Recalling War written by Robert Graves. He describes the horrors and futility of fighting battles in a vivid and elaborate manner
The above lines are taken from the poem Broken Images written by Robert Graves.The expression broken image is derived from the BIBLE. It is a fancy imagination . The poets presents two different attitudes in the thought process. one is practical and the other one is simply imagination
The Play Boy of the Western World by Synge
The above lines are taken from the poetic drama The play boy of the western world written by Synge. It is written in the Irish backdrop.