Poems are something which connects, abides, influence and inculcate us. Here are 5 notable romantic international poets whose inscriptions evoked us.
1. William wordsworth :
William Wordsworth (1770-1850) was born at Cockermouth. His adolescence was full of adventures among the hills, and he himself confessed that he showed “a stiffy, moody, and violent temper.”
His poems encased man’s transcendent relationship with nature. His work is singularly unequal and is inspiring having a breathtaking felicity of expressions. He was regarded master of aristocratic exposition.
His 1st publication of poems appeared in the market in 1793, in the collections ‘An Evening Walk’ and ‘Descriptive Sketches’.
2. William Blake :
William Blake (1757-1827) was born in London and carried a versatile personality. He was a painter, poet, printmaker and a sculptor.
His work embraced a spectrum of emotions and mystical propensity. His works proclaimed empathy he cascaded around him and manifested childlike innocence. His proses were mostly misunderstood by larger audiences as it depicted his own visionary.
His 1st book of poems was published in 1783, named as ‘Poetical Sketches’.
3. John Keats :
John Keats (1795-1821) was born in Moorgate, London. He got famous after his death for the power and evocative imagery. He was described as “eager, sensitive, but humorous, and free from affectionate and vanity.”
His works noted his vision to see the world and most of his prose’s depicted his erudite experience of life. The poetries can be characterized as sensual representations, notably in the series of Odes.
His 1st book collecting ‘poems’ was published in the book ‘Poems’ alongwith some work of sonnets in Hunt’s ‘Examiner’ in 1817.
4. Matthew Arnold :
Matthew Arnold (1822-1888) was born in Middlesex, London. He served as a professor in Oxford University for about 10 years.
His work connoted issues of faith and religion through which he influenced society and changed their perception regarding social issues. He was entitled as a cultural critic. His prose’s were based on theme of isolation and issue of faith.
His 1st book with notable prose ‘Empedocles on Etna’ was published in 1852.
5. John Clare :
John Clare (1793-1864) was born in Northamptonshire, England. John got into writing after his separation with his 1st love which immersed him with intense pain. H had also been in mental asylum for about 5 years but when his mental health permitted him, he continued writing.
His works denotes the loss of pain. He posess a unique style with a moderate way to use dialects which were condemned for by the publishers and his profession as a writer soon came to an end.
His 1st book of poems was published in 1820 as ‘John Clare, a Northman Peasant’.