Analysis Of No Coffin No Grave By Jared Angira

The Summary This poem is about the shameful murder of a tyrant.  He was stabbed and shut in front of a night club; the poet sarcastically compared his murder shut to a gunshot representing a last respect to a warrior.  Instead of the poem being a pure elegy, the poet created a sarcastic elegy which… Continue reading Analysis Of No Coffin No Grave By Jared Angira

Analysis Of Young Africa’s Plea By Dennis Osadebay

Are you thinking of having a clearer idea of the poem “Young Africa’s Plea” by Dennis Osadebay? Here is naijapoets.com.ng review regarding to the poem. The poet:- Dennis Osadebay is a Nigerian author, poet, and lawyer. He received his university education in the United Kingdom, where he was called to Bar. At a certain point, Osadebay was… Continue reading Analysis Of Young Africa’s Plea By Dennis Osadebay

Analysis Of My Grandmother By Elizabeth Jennings

Introduction to the Analysis From the third person point of view, Jennings painted a clear image of an aged person’s way-of-life (her grandmother).  The poem opened with comparison; comparing the abode of the grandmother to an “antique shop”. From the poem, naijapoets.com is of the opinion that old age has some stages (initial frailty, intense… Continue reading Analysis Of My Grandmother By Elizabeth Jennings

Analysis Of Report To Wordsworth By Kim Boey Cheng

About the Poem This post will explain the figures of speech and the themes in Report To Wordsworth by Kim Boey Cheng.Report To Wordsworth is a poem believed to be addressed to William Wordsworth, the poet, whose poetic messages show affection for nature. Cheng wasn’t glad with the deplorable states of natural things like rivers,… Continue reading Analysis Of Report To Wordsworth By Kim Boey Cheng

Analysis of In Memory of Anyone Unknown to Me by Elizabeth Jennings

About the Poet We seem elated to be analyzing another elegy_ a mild elegy for that matter. What could be more delighting than meeting poets in their genius dens.The poem “In Memory of Anyone Unknown to Me” proved Elizabeth Jennings’ creativity was inelastic during her lifetime.Elizabeth Jennings was an English poet born 18th July, 1926… Continue reading Analysis of In Memory of Anyone Unknown to Me by Elizabeth Jennings

Analysis Of I Think It Rains By Wole Soyinka

About The Poem I Think It Rains by Wole Soyinka is a poem of difference; it differs in every form both structure, diction and message. The poem looks into the practice of smoking though one cannot predict the author’s stand (whether of likeness or dislike). About The Poet The poet was born 13th of July… Continue reading Analysis Of I Think It Rains By Wole Soyinka

Analyzed Poem: Desiderata by Max Ehrmann

The Introduction At the moment, If you’re not happy with yourself. If you’re not in harmony with whatever you regard as your own God. If you’re yet to find peace in this lousy world that looks so shapeless like amoeba. Then you need to download and listen to Desiderata by Max Ehrmann.It is what I… Continue reading Analyzed Poem: Desiderata by Max Ehrmann

Plot And Themes Of Night Rain By John Pepper Clark

Plot:- The poem talks about rain falling in the night and the effects of it on a small boy, the other brothers, the mother and the small improverished abode.The boy wakes up not knowing the time as “no cock crow”The rain starts falling hard. He takes into consideration the effects of this on his brothers… Continue reading Plot And Themes Of Night Rain By John Pepper Clark

Poetic Figures And Forms In Piano And Drums By Gabriel Okara

As we’ve already known that Piano And Drums by Gabriel Okara is a culturally oriented poem comparing the poet’s past and present experiences. In looking at the figures and form of the poem, will it be perfect to refer to the poem as a non metered free verse? Yes.Judging from the definition of free verse… Continue reading Poetic Figures And Forms In Piano And Drums By Gabriel Okara