The styles of the poems differ in accordance to the difference of the time in which they were written....
[tags: poetry, robert browning, shakespeare, ] - A Poetry Comparison The poem 'Mother, any distance', by Simon Armitage is from a collection of poems titled 'Book of Matches'; it is meant to be read in the time it takes a match to burn, and thus cannot be very long.
[tags: English Literature] - A Comparison of Poetry In this essay two poems will be juxtaposed.
One of the poems is called "My parents kept me from children who were rough". Stephen Spender was greatly admired for his work and was knighted in 1983.
Shakespeare still had plays that we study, but it is hard to comprehend the message behind the words.
Worlds change and the literature's change with the trends...." A little while, that in me sings no more" tells us that she is now sad to have lost the love which she once knew.I think she has mixed feelings about being in love with a person or the idea of just being in love....The poem is written in the first person, though it is not specific as to whether it is from the perspective of a man or woman, which indeed could be a result of deliberate ambiguity, or alternatively, it could be Simon Armitage himself.The speaker, apparently in a house he or she is about to move into, is measuring 'windows, pelmets, doors' with their mother, who has 'come to help' as they need 'a second pair of hands'....He lived in the 20th century and died 22 years after W H Auden in 1995 .The second poem chosen is called "Funeral Blues and was written by W H Auden.[tags: modern poetry, true poetry] - Poetry Comparison on The Flea and To His Coy Mistress I would firstly like to begin on 'The Flea'.This poem is about a man that is trying to persuade a woman to have sex with him, by symbolically using a flea.Most people learn the facts through: papers, films, books or poems, but I am comparing two similar poems which have different meanings.Wilfred Owen who wrote the poem 'Dulce et Decorum est' or Lord Alfred Tennyson who wrote 'The Charge of the Light Brigade'. Lord Alfred Tennyson is pro war and thinks it's a good thing to die for your country.