“The Rock and the Bubble” is written by the American poet Louisa May Alcott. It presents a story of a proud bubble and a steadfast rock.
“The Nightingale” appears in Sir Philip Sidney’s Stella series. This poem, like other poems of Elizabethan literature, speaks on a speaker’s heartache.
“Talking in their Sleep” is a metaphorical poem about the effect of winter on nature, written by the 19th-century American poet Edith Matilda Thomas.
James Weldon Johnson’s “The Awakening” is an interesting piece concerning a rose awaiting for a metaphorical bee to drink it to the lees.
“The Wind” by Amy Lowell is about the positive features of the wind and how it influences the poet’s mind. She describes it as a playful boy.
“The Wind” is all about a little child’s thoughtful description of the mighty and omnipresent wind. It appears in A Child’s Garden of Verses (1885).
Rabindranath Tagore’s poem “Freedom” is an impassioned address to his motherland, India. This piece explores the importance of freedom in its entirety.
Judith Wright’s “Failure of Communion”, also known as “Failure of Communication” is a short, lyric poem about the communication gap on an internal level.
Sarojini Naidu’s “The Bird Sanctuary” appears in her 1917 poetry collection The Broken Wing. It is about the serene musicality of nature.
Robert Louis Stevenson’s “The Vagabond” is a poem about a wandering heart who seeks nothing other than a vagrant, gypsy life. It was published in 1896.