If Your Life Was a Poem, Which Would it Be?
Many of us have attachments to certain poems that seem to speak to us in a deeply personal way. Have you ever wondered which great poem could have been written about you? Find out by answering some simple questions! What sort of poet would you be?
Do You Remember These Classic Nursery Rhymes?
With the passage of time, the poem has been absorbed into the Mother Goose collection. Three Little Kittens Ten Little Kittens Mommy Puss Christmas Mittens Can You Name the Nursery Rhyme? A popular poem for children written by American writer and poet Eugene Field and published on March 9, 1889.
Nothing Trivial About This Trivia Challenge!
"Do not go gentle into that good night" is the name of the poem, written in 1947 Dylan Thomas. Eavan Boland James Joyce Walter Scott Who wrote the epic poem Paradise Lost, about the fall of Lucifer and his angels from heaven?
Can You Name the Nursery Rhyme?
You may not be interested in old children's poems, and we can't blame you. However, if you do wish to know more about them, have a look at the answers and read our explanations!
This Color Test Has Surprising Clarity to Share
Try to write a simple story or a short poem, see how it feels! Share Result Your hidden talent is Athletics You may not feel like an athlete, but that's just how you've lived your life. There are physicalities in your body that you may have used.
What Sort of Mind Do You Have?
Write poems Draw Fix something Meditate/Pray Go on social media Clean Do a puzzle Which is your biggest fear? Spiders, snakes, or some other creature Doing a boring, pointless job Not making a difference Not fulfilling my dreams Failure Loneliness Death Blueberries cost more than strawberries.
Which Famous Author IS It?
Sylvia Plath Maya Angelou Toni Morrison Robert Frost This author is arguably the most famous American poet in the world, best known for his 12 poem volume entitled Leave of Grass, which came out in 1855, and for the poem ‘O Captain! My Captain!’ Walt Whitman Robert Frost T.S.
How Well Do You Know These Famous Quotations?
To a star To a comet To the moon To a thoroughbred “God is in his heaven; ” Robert Browning In the dramatic poem Pippa Passes, we find the memorable line: “God's in his Heaven/All's right with the world!”
Are These Facts, Legends or Myths?
Ulysses was a legendary Greek king of Ithaca and the hero of Homer's epic poem the Odyssey. Myth History Legend sodahead.com Count Dracula was a a real vampire.
The Great Shakespeare Quiz!
Henry IV, Part II King John Richard III Depositphotos When London theaters were closed during 1593-1594 due to plague, Shakespeare wrote two long narrative poems. One was Venus and Adonis. What was the other?
What Does This Word MEAN?
A type of French poem used to describe nature. The sky as seen from the clouds. Drink heartily. Vomit heartily. Eat Heartily. Sweat Heartily. Characterized by bitterness or resentment. Characterized by power and strength.
English Quiz: Complete the Proverb!
First written by Alexander Pope in his 1711 poem: An Essay on Criticism. "...where angels fear to tread." "...where wise men tread lightly." "...where the wise watch closely." "...where the wise do not tread." "Give them an inch..."
Which of These Words Come From French?
From the Anglo-Norman word bacheler (bachelier in modern French) Hero Poem Pseudo Bachelor Which of these English words comes from French? From the Middle French word énergie Plunder Energy Irony Sarcasm Which of these English words comes from French?
What Kind of Romantic Partner Are You?
A bouquet A dedicated poem or painting A piece of jewelry Why do you seek partnership? Because I need someone who'll understand me Because I want to be stimulated and challenged by someone Because I want to be showered with affection Your favorite spot for eating out is...
Are You Good At Phrases? Find Out In This Quiz
This comes from a poem published in 1865 by American poet William Ross Wallace as an ode to Motherhood. Rules the world Drops it Will make the baby cry Gets so tired Hits the table Breaks the bough Is not a ladle Loses the ring The more things change, the more they _____.
The Ultimate Valentine's Day Quiz!
Your true love Fertility Money Youth When was the first Valentine poem written? 1302 1350 1415 1508 What percentage of Valentine's cards are bought by women? 40% 55% 60% 85% According to statistics (SB), which of these is the more popular gift in the USA - Flowers, or Candy?
Phrases Are Everywhere, But How Many Do You Know?
Can You Define These Tricky English Words?
The name of a yellow flower When someone is surrounded by sadness Positive thinking A type of poem made to gladden the heart What is the meaning of the word: "Pantagruelian"? Huge, enormous Tiny, insignificant A religion based on the pentagram What is the meaning of the phrase: "Rug Rat"?
What Do You Know of the US Civil War?
Springfield Model 1861 Colt Revolving Rifle M1841 Mississippi Rifle Sharps & Hankins Carbine The poem 'Sheridan's Ride' was written in celebration of Philip Sheridan's role in which battle?
Is it All Ancient History to You?
The Epic poem, Gilgamesh was discovered here in Cuneiform, the world’s oldest written language. Ur Jerusalem Athens Rome Wikipedia Which ancient African city was the capital of a powerful mercantile empire that was utterly destroyed by Rome in 146 B.C.?
Which of These Names Does Not Belong?
Charles is the only writer known for his books and not his poems like the other three. Emily Dickinson Robert Frost Sylvia Plath Charles Dickens Which of These Names Does Not Belong? Al Capone is the only one on the list who did not disappear without a trace but died of cardiac arrest in 1947.
The Weird Words of the English Language Quiz
If you've got some spare time on your hands, you might want to try writing a poem or two, since you've certainly got an extensive vocabulary to back up such a creative hobby. Don't forget to share this quiz with your friends and family to see if they're anywhere near as eloquent as you are!