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In This Cruel Land

Posted on Oct 5, 2020 by in Poetry | 0 comments

Stormy Skies over Iceland

You’re only a child
When I see your eyes
Know that I love you more than ever before
You’re just a child
But if you’re so cruel
‘Cause I can’t even see
Where you can fly now
I’ll be after baby
You just don’t want to be an animal
In this cruel land
You’re just a child
But if you’re so cruel
‘Cause I can’t even see
Where you can fly now
I’ll be after baby
You just don’t want to be an animal
In this cruel land
You’re just a child
But if you’re so cruel
‘Cause I can’t even see
Where you can fly now
I’ll be after baby
You just don’t want to be an animal
In this cruel land.


A Simple Guide to Romantic Poetry

A cracked landscape

Romantic poetry is the poetic poetry of the romantic age, an artistic, intellectual, musical and literary movement that originated in Europe during the last half of the eighteenth century. It lasted about from 1800 to 1850, and coped with a reaction against dominant Enlightenment notions of the time. Romantic poetry was frequently considered as an art form in itself; it’s been described as having been”art-forged” with its proponents.

There are several different styles of inspirational poetry. Some examples include:

  • Edward Lear’s The Dong with a Luminous Nose
  • Robert Burns John Anderson, My Jo

A few of the common themes found in Romantic poetry include love, yearning, death, loss, and spirituality. Romantic literature is generally highly-emotional; often using imagery and metaphors to depict such emotions. Romantic poetry is also famous for its use of speech, in addition to vivid descriptions of character. Romantic poetry was often considered to be”naturist”nature-oriented” literature.

Today, romantic poetry is frequently seen as having become less ‘sensitive’ in its depiction of nature and, specifically, character in its normal state. However, Romantic poetry could be regarded as being “in tune” with the times, especially these days. Modern Romantic literature has become much more sophisticated concerning its style, when compared with before Romantic literature, where the key subject matter of Romantic poetry was romance and love. Today, intimate poetry has developed into more mainstream art forms. Many of these mainstream art forms have been influenced by Romanticism.

Romance is an significant part history. Romanticism has affected poetry, fiction, music, movie and theatre. Romanticists have been famous for a long time period. The most famous Romanticist poets are poet John Keats, W.B Yeats, Edward Lear, William Wordsworth, Virginia Woolf and Emily Dickinson.

Romantic poetry has been seen as a form of art, poetry and literature. Romanticists have affected other authors, for example: William Wordsworth, Robert Burns, Benjamin Britten, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Mary E. Frye and Virginia Woolf. Romanticism has experienced a significant effect on the art, music and literature of England and the rest of Europe.

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