Poem: Snake

Poem: Snake by: D.H. Lawrence 1st stanza: A snake came to my water-trough On a hot, hot day, and I in pyjamas for the heat, To drink there. In this stanza, the poet describes how it was a typical summer day and how he had been wearing pyjamas in order to cool himself. Again in …

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“We’re Not Afraid To Die…..If We Can All Be Together”

 “We're Not Afraid To Die.....If We Can All Be Together” by: Gorden Cook & Alan East Summary: This is story of a 37 year old businessman who went to repeat the round the world vogue made 200 years ago by Captain James cook. He along with his family which include narrator, his wife Marry, his …

A Photograph

Poem: A Photograph by: Shirley Toulson Summary: The poet is probably in her late twenties or early thirties. She is sad. With an old photograph of her mother and two of her cousin sisters, all of them still little girls, she feels at a loss. She doesn’t have any memory of her mother as the …