My favourite. I learnt this poem at school in the 70's and can remember every word. It is such a beautiful poem and you can actually visualise the Fog and the blind man leading someone home. It also has a powerful meaning. the entire, length of the poem. Example: “Fog” by Carl Sandburg The fog comes on little cat feet It sits looking over harbour and sky on silent haunches and then moves on. In this fine example of an extended metaphor, the fog is compared to a cat. What qualities do cats have in common with fog? The words “on little cat feet”
The Bell Buoy by Rudyard Kipling. They christened my brother of old, And a saintly name he bears, They gave him his place to hold At the head of the belfry-stairs, Where the minister-towers stand And the breeding kestrels cry. In the misty morning fog with Our, our hearts a-thumping And you, my brown-eyed girl, You, my brown-eyed girl. Whatever happened To Tuesday and so slow Going down to the old mine with a Transistor radio. Standing in the sunlight laughing Hide behind a rainbow's wall, Slipping and a-sliding All along the waterfall With you, my brown-eyed girl, Jan 31, 2019 · The Sniper" by Liam O'Flaherty is a short war story. The story starts in darkness just before dawn in Dublin, Ireland, amid the Irish Civil War. It is narrated in the third person by an unnamed narrator.