Anatomy of a Sonnet and how to write one effectively!

Sonnet is a short poem consisting of fourteen lines and is adopted by the English from the Italian poets. Its use in English has been prevalent since the thirteenth century and is considered to be one of the difficult forms to master.

Life of a Village – Remembering the Dead

The mornings I bear are not thirsty yet; and the morning light still lets the bed of grass wake with joy. Wake up! Wake up! Ye slumbering trees slept with courage that no man will lay an axe on your arms.

Old English Period or Anglo-Saxon period in literature

The Old English period or Anglo-Saxon period in literature spans over six hundred years from 450 A.D to 1066 A.D. During the middle years of 5th century the Roman armies withdrew from Britain and the Germanic tribes flourished