‘All But Blind’, a poem written by the English poet Walter de la Mare, is image-rich and symbolic in meaning. This poem talks about the inner blindness of humans.
Walter de la Mare’s poem ‘Good-bye’ illustrates the impact of the “last of last words” with the help of vivid, pessimistic imagery. It’s all about one’s emotional distress caused by a heart-wrenching “Goodbye.”
‘Some One’ by Walter de La Mare tells of a mysterious visitor to a cabin in the woods in the middle of the night.
‘The Listeners’ by Walter de la Mare describes the actions of a Traveller who knocks at the door of a seemingly deserted home at night.
‘Winter’ by Walter de la Mare tells of the stark beauty of the winter months and how the constellations look down upon the cold earth.