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The Use Of Imagery In We Have Come Home By Lenrie Peters

Let go down the memory lane, when the title of this post was one those questions you had to answer in a certain WAEC/ WASSCE…

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Discuss Oswald Mtshali’s Use Of Language To Bring Out The Horrors OfThe Night In “Nightfall In Soweto”

This is a reference to a WAEC WASSCE 1999 Question and Answer. According to answer series:- The poet makes use of words like “dreaded” in…

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Simple Analysis Of A Slumber Did My Spirit Seal By Williams Wordsworth

THE SUBJECT MATTER: A Slumber Did My Spirit Seal by Williams Wordsworth relates to the feeling of shock and numbness experienced by the poet at…

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Toast By Remi Raji

******Toast (for Adesolape)****** my love for you is like the moon’sin its fullest smile abovethe supple sea and skin of earthmy love is the rainbow’s…

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Analysis Of Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night By Dylan Thomas

The title of the poem make people think at first that the poem is a love romantic one but the poem is said to be…

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Discuss The Theme Of Change In Second Coming By W B Yeats

W. B. Yeats with full name as (William Butler Yeats; 13/06/1865 – 28/01/1939) was an Irish poet born in Sandymount, Ireland. He wrote the powem…

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Analysis Of Is My Team Ploughing By A E Housman

Analysis of “Is My Team Ploughing” by A. E. Housman from the naijapoets.com perspective. According to wikipedia, “Alfred Edward Housman 26 March 1859 – 30…

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Analysis Of Do Not Go Violent Into That Night By Remi Raji

Professor Remi Raji wrote this poem in marking of World AIDS day which is on the 1st December. The whole five unequal stanza poem aims…

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Analysis of The Road Not Taken By Robert Frost

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,And sorry I could not travel bothAnd be one traveler, long I stoodAnd looked down one as far as…

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Brief Review Of I Will Pronounce Your Name By Leopold S. Senghor

According to the post at afrilingual blog, “Very few lyric poems are filled with so much self-indulgence. Senghor is deliriously and starry-eyed, singing the praise…

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