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LOVE POEM FOR MY COUNTRY A poetry anthology for Grade 12 (Poems and Study Notes)
LOVE POEM FOR MY COUNTRY A poetry anthology for Grade 12 (Poems and Study Notes)


 
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This bestselling poetry anthology has helpful summaries and questions for every poem. The notes and glossaries ensure learners will approach the exam with confidence.

Includes the following:

An abandoned bundle by Mbuyiseni Oswald Mtshali
And death shall have no dominion by Dylan Thomas
An elementary school classroom in a slum by Stephen Spender
An Irish airman foresees his death by William Butler Yeats
Anthem for doomed your by Wilfred Owen
A prayer for all my countrymen by Guy Butler
Auto Wreck by Karl Shapiro
Autumn by Roy Campbell
A young mans thoughts before june the 16th by Fhazel Johennesse
Batter My Heart Three personed God by John Donne
Because I could not stop for Death by Emily Dickinson
Gheetah by Charles Eglington
City Johannesburg by Mongane Wally Serote
Death be no proud by John Donne
Decomposition by Zulfikar Ghose
Do not go gentle into the good night by Dylan Thomas
Dover Beach by Matthew Arnold
Drummer Hodge by Thomas Hardy
Dulce et decorum est by Wilfred Owen
Edward Edward by Anonymous
Elegy for Jane by Theodore Roethke
Follower by Seamus Heaney
Futility by Wilfred Owen
Gods Grandeur by Gerard Manley Hopkins
Hawk roosting by Ted Hughes
Horses on the Camargue by Roy Campbell
How do I love thee? (Sonnet 43) by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
If you dont stay bitter for too long by Charles Mungoshi
In detention by Chris van Wyk
I thank you Fod for most this amazing by EE Cummings
Snake by DH Lawrence
Sunstrike by Douglas Livingstone
The Birth of Shaka by Mbuyiseni Oswald Mtshali
The Child Dying by Dewin Muir
The cool web by Robert Graves
The Cry of South Africa by Olive Schreiner
The Detruction of Sennacherib by George Gordon, Lord Byron
The Flea by John Donne
The Foreboding by Robert Graves
The Going by Thomas Hardy
The good morrow by John Donne
The Hermit by Alan Paton
The hollow men by TS Elliot
The hunchback in the park by Dylan Thomas
The Jaguar by Ted Hughes
The Listeners by Walter de la Mare
The loss of India by Zulfikar Ghose
the night train by Fhazel Johennesse
The Rear gaurd by Siegfield Sassoon
The road not taken by Robert Frost
The Second Coming by William Butler Yeats
The Secret of the Machines by Rudyard Kipling
The serf by Roy Campbell
The Soldier by Rupert Brooke
The Thought Fox by Ted Hughes
The Tyger by William Blake
The unknown citizen by WH Auden
The Wild Doves at Louis Trichardt by William Plomer
The wild swans at Coole by William Butler Yeats
The world is too much with us by William Wordsworth
The Zebras by Roy Campbell
This is just to say by William Carlos Williams
Toads by Philip Larkin
To a small boy who died at Diepkloof Reformatory by Alan Paton
It was long ago by Eleanor Farjeon
Journey of the Magi by TS Eliot
Kubia Khan by Smaule Taylor Coleridge
Lake morning in autumn by Douglas Livingstone
Lament for a dead cow by Francis Cary Slater
Let me not to the marriage of true minds SONNET 116 by William Shakespeare
London by William Blake
Love poem for my country by Sandile Dikeni
Mementos 1 by WD Snodgrass
Mending Wall by Robert Frost
Musee des Beaux Arts by WH Auden
Mushrooms by Sylvia Plath
My Name Nomgqibelo Ncamisile Mnqhibisa by Magoleng wa Selepe
My parents kept me from children who were rough by Stephen Spender
Naming of parts by Henry Reed
Next please by Philip Larkin
No waving but drowning by Stevie Smith
Ode on a Grecian urn by John Keats
Old folks laugh On aging by Maya Angelou
On his blindness by John Milton
On the move by Thom Gunn
O What is that sound by WH Auden
Ozymandias by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Paino by DH Lawrence
Paino and Drums by Gabriel Okara
Pied Beauty by Gerard Manley Hopkins
Poem in October by Dylan Thomas
Portrait of a Machine by Louis Untermeyer
Prayer before birth by Louis MacNeice
Preludes by TS Elliot
Refugee mother and child by Chinua Achebe
Remembrance by Emily Bronte
Rugby League Game by James Kirkup
To Autumn by John Keats
To me fair friend you never can be old SONNET 104 by William Shakespeare
Ulysses by Alfred Lord Tennyson
Visiting room by Jeremy Cronin
Walking away by C Day Lewis
When I have fears that I may cease to be by John Keats
When to the session of sweet silent thought SONNET 30 by William Shakespeare
Wind by Ted Hughes
you cannot know the fears I have by Shabbir Banoobhai

Anwers to questions available in the Learners Answer Book

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