Category: Poetry

The Fairy Queen as an Allegory

The Fairy Queen as an Allegory Edmund Spenser the writer of Fairy Queen stands among the greatest writers of the Elizabethan period whose valuable contributions fashioned a new tradition in English literature. Nowadays he is hailed to be one of the chief initiators of the Renaissance movement in English literature. Spenser’s rich and vigorous imagery, and careful treatment of metrical […]

A True Love

A True Love “Producing smile is the job of man; My every smile contains Thy name, Everything that I have is Thy blessing; And Thou always saved me from blazing. Thou heal my wounds and take away all my pain, I never felt me alone due to Thy coalescing; When I weep and get oppresses, […]

Thy Eyes

Thy Eyes Can Never Lies         Thy eyes can never tell lies,         Thou can not conceal thy love or fie,        When thou are silent,thy eyes speak,        As they are giving me some advise.        Every time,I look deep into thy eyes,       I find an endless affectation,       That makes […]