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Only the Classics

Only the Classics

The roots from which poetry as we know it has flourished. Taking you back to the classical era, one stanza at a time.

  • Shawna Holley
    Published 6 months ago
    Field of Flowers

    Field of Flowers

    I saw a field of flowers
  • Aaliyah Baez
    Published 12 months ago
    To Love or Not to Love

    To Love or Not to Love

    To love or not to love—that is the question:
  • J. Rafael Ponciano
    Published about a year ago
    Sonnet No.2

    Sonnet No.2

    O, Bane of Argos, pray tell truthfully,
  • Logan Solo
    Published about a year ago
    Templar Rain

    Templar Rain

    “Why dost thou fret?” inquired the knight
  • Lucas Joanis
    Published about a year ago
    Heat

    Heat

    The Sun arising feasts the sleet of snow,
  • Ayesha Javed
    Published about a year ago
    A Rendition of Sonnet 18

    A Rendition of Sonnet 18

    “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?
  • Hannah Javens
    Published about a year ago
    The Wrong Sailor Taken

    The Wrong Sailor Taken

    O’ Hope–O’ frail thing made from feathers and sea wind–
  • Eleanor Thirlway
    Published about a year ago
    Let the Winged Fancy Roam...

    Let the Winged Fancy Roam...

    At times, it is very difficult to appreciate life and all its possibilities because, let’s face it, it can be hard. Often our old enemy "time" gets in the way and we suddenly realise we are years older and no happier. However, the poetry of John Keats reminds us to always treat our moments, however small they are, with the highest quality.
  • Denisse Lizeth
    Published about a year ago
    Scattered

    Scattered

    A strong feeling of pain and hurt enters my heart