Ultimate 'Midnight Sun' Poem Comes from Lord Byron

By JJ Duncan on
The best Midnight Sun poem may be from a poet we already know: Lord Byron, whose "She Walks in Beauty" is widely regarded as one of his greatest works. First a little background.Midnight Sun is Stephenie Meyer's re-telling of the first Twilight book from the perspective of Edward Cullen, and it's also the book she never wanted released. For those unfamiliar with the story, one of the incomplete manuscripts for Midnight Sun was leaked, leading Meyer to abandon her efforts to refine the story...Read Full Story

A Poem About the 'Twilight' Saga from Bella Swan's Point of View

By JJ Duncan on
I know the Twilight saga has inspired more fan fiction and poetry than one person could possibly read in a lifetime, but I decided to write this poem about the Twilight saga about Edward Cullen from Bella Swan's point of view. Hopefully people like it. Just to be clear, the structure is completely taken from William Blake's wonderful 1794 poem "The Tyger." I thought the imagery and the Georgian era language were perfectly suited to the Twilight aesthetic and while reading about Blake's...Read Full Story