Composed upon Westminster bridge September 3, 1802, Summary by William Wordsworth

Composed upon Westminster bridge

It was William Wordsworth who wrote the poem Composed Upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1803, which is in fact an Italian/Spenserian sonnet. Its title is known for marking a particular place as well as time, a viewpoint over the River Thames of London during the Industrial Revolution. Moreover, the sonnet is typical of William Wordsworth … Read more

If By Rudyard Kipling Summary and Analysis

If- is a renowned poem written by Rudyard Kipling. It was published in his book Rewards and Fairies (1910). In this poem, a man gives many pieces of advice to his son.  The speaker of Rudyard Kipling’s poem If- tells his son to live with: (a) Restraint, (b) Moderation, as well as (c) Composure.  The … Read more

The Good Morrow Summary and Critical Analysis

The Good Morrow

It was John Donne, the renowned metaphysical poet who wrote the poem The Good-Morrow. It was first published posthumously in Donne’s collection Songs and Sonnets (1633). It is regarded as one of his first poems The Good-Morrow  is a description of a perfect relationship in which the speaker of the poem as well as his … Read more