Amira Willighagen ~ Live in Concert ~ Amazing Grace
Amira Willighagen appeared as a guest performer at the Classics is Groot concerts held in South Africa on 23 & 24 June 2017. During these concerts she sang two solo numbers, viz. Nessun Dorma from th...
Il Divo - Amazing Grace
Music video by Il Divo performing Amazing Grace. (C) 2008 Simco Limited under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited
The Voice (poetry collection)
"The Voice" is a poem by English author Thomas Hardy, which was published in Satires of Circumstance 1914.
Wind oozing thin through the thorn from norward,December 1912
Sonnet 97
Sonnet 97 is one of 154 sonnets written by the English playwright and poet William Shakespeare. It is a member of the Fair Youth sequence, in which the poet expresses his love towards a young man. It ...
Jubilate Agno
Jubilate Agno (Latin: "Rejoice in the Lamb") is a religious poem by Christopher Smart, and was written between 1759 and 1763, during Smart's confinement for insanity in St. Luke's Hospital, Bethnal Gr...
Sonnet 117
Shakespeare's sonnet 117 was first published in 1609. It uses similar imagery to Sonnet 116 and expands on the challenge in the closing couplet ("If this be error and upon me proved, | I never writ, n...
To a Young Ass
To a Young Ass was composed by Samuel Taylor Coleridge in 1794. The poem describes Coleridge's sympathies for animals and the connection to nature he felt as part of his idea of Pantisocracy. It was l...
F. De Samara to A. G. A.
F. De Samara to A. G. A. is a poem by British author and poet Emily Jane Brontë, written on November 1, 1838. The poem below has been reproduced from a copy used in the 'Penguin Classics Collection'....
Songs of the Pixies
Songs of the Pixies was composed by Samuel Taylor Coleridge during 1793. The poem describes Coleridge's summer vacation and his childhood home. It also incorporates Coleridge's own view of himself as ...
Sonnet 144
Sonnet 144 (along with Sonnet 138) was published in the Passionate Pilgrim(1599). Shortly before this, Francis Meres referred to Shakespeare's Sonnets in "his handbook of Elizabethan poetry, Palladis ...