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Y… In The Dark Of The Night (Poem About Hope) by Aufie Zophy

Y… In The Dark Of The Night (Poem About Hope) by Aufie Zophy

It is dark, no moon, no light Just darkness, a starless sky The wind blows, the waves break A single firefly passes by Soon the firefly is gone Leaving me in the darkest of ...

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I Hope, My Poems Are Here by Gajanan Mishra

I Hope, My Poems Are Here by Gajanan Mishra

I hope, my poems are hereAnd on reading on my poemsOne may purify his sentimentsAnd can realize the truthThat is here in life.Some doubts and obstaclesMay be removed on readingThe ...

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Enjoy every poem in the moods of the writer – Thahaseen

Enjoy every poem in the moods of the writer – Thahaseen

INTERVIEW WITH THAHASEEN M. CONTRIBUTING POET OF JEREMIAD OF HEARTS     A short and sweet introduction of yourself. * A happy introvert   When ...

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Never lose hope – Sayantani Basu

Never lose hope – Sayantani Basu

INTERVIEW WITH SAYANTANI BASU CONTRIBUTING POET OF JEREMIAD OF HEARTS     A short and sweet introduction of yourself. * Hi. I'm Sayantani Basu, an 18 y/o ...

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Some poems of Mohsin Ali

Some poems of Mohsin Ali

AN UNCOMMON DREAM An uncommon dream dreamt tonight, Rather came to solve, or again to fight Two persons from an alien state, Called me loudly sometime to wait Though it was a ...

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Michael: A Pastoral Poem by William Wordsworth

Michael: A Pastoral Poem by William Wordsworth

If from the public way you turn your steps Up the tumultuous brook of Greenhead Ghyll, You will suppose that with an upright path Your feet must struggle, in such bold ascent ...

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To The Daisy (Fourth Poem) by William Wordsworth

To The Daisy (Fourth Poem) by William Wordsworth

Sweet Flower! belike one day to have A place upon thy Poet's grave, I welcome thee once more: But He, who was on land, at sea, My Brother, too, in loving thee, Although he loved ...

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To The Daisy (Third Poem) by William Wordsworth

To The Daisy (Third Poem) by William Wordsworth

Bright Flower! whose home is everywhere,Bold in maternal Nature's care,And all the long year through the heirOf joy or sorrow,Methinks that there abides in theeSome concord with ...

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Epipsychidion: Passages Of The Poem, Or Connected Therewith by Percy Bysshe Shelley

Epipsychidion: Passages Of The Poem, Or Connected Therewith by Percy Bysshe Shelley

Here, my dear friend, is a new book for you,I have already dedicated twoTo other friends, one female and one male,--What you are, is a thing that I must veil,What can this be to ...

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My Poems And Sharing Secrets With My Little Son by Abdul Wahab

My Poems And Sharing Secrets With My Little Son by Abdul Wahab

She gives me back my poems with asoft smile in herfaceand apologetic eyes so many words creep in you might think she can not take the load or she might think that poetry will ...

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My Blood, My Poem by Abdul Wahab

My Blood, My Poem by Abdul Wahab

So many works of my life I dodge to write these verses So much time I spend behindEvery couplet, every epithet sucks A little dropp of my blood Every letter sheds sweet from my ...

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Under The Mysterious Cover (Two Poems Side By Side) by Abdul Wahab

Under The Mysterious Cover (Two Poems Side By Side) by Abdul Wahab

Wa la poetry Under the mysterious cover This bank of the river Breaks to build that Making and breaking A song of despair in the air By that distant river Leaves the dream in ...

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Watery Game (Different Poem) by Abdul Wahab

Watery Game (Different Poem) by Abdul Wahab

He rises in ashoal To play watery game Other games do not enter Into his histrionic head But if water Goes to an end Where it would play His lovely game In his imagination He ...

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For A Poem Only Ii by Abdul Wahab

For A Poem Only Ii by Abdul Wahab

After hoisting the flag of hope To flip flap high Everyday I perch on a petal of wind To spray the fragrance of words Even for once I wish to blow your heart and mind Like a ...

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***relish Your Dinner (A Reverse Etheree And An Anti-War Poem) by Abdul Wahab

***relish Your Dinner (A Reverse Etheree And An Anti-War Poem) by Abdul Wahab

Soil upon soil more soil upon soil makesa heap soft of fresh flesh lump silkyunder my ribs bean crimson redflows neat five litters quicklyout and in pure impuremixed if you are ...

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My Poems Are For Those by Gajanan Mishra

My Poems Are For Those by Gajanan Mishra

My poems are for thoseWho are hopefulFor better days.My poems are also for thoseWho lost hopeBut trying to liveFor some days.Despair has no placeIn my poems.

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A Beggar – For Poem by Gajanan Mishra

A Beggar – For Poem by Gajanan Mishra

A beggar, You can call me a beggar.I am begging a poem, A poem of truth and love.A poem where I canFind a life.I am hereSitting for you, poet, And I hope you can onlyFill my ...

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Love Poem by Tishani Doshi

Love Poem by Tishani Doshi

Ultimately, we will lose each other to something. I would hope for grand circumstance — death or disaster.But it might not be that way at all. It might be that you walk out one ...

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Great Poems by Sandra Feldman

Great Poems by Sandra Feldman

What are great poems made of? Universal feelings of goodness, Belief in more than sorrow, Hope, seeds for a better tomorrow, More Love than hate, Inspiration that cannot wait, ...

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Poems Are by Sandra Feldman

Poems Are by Sandra Feldman

Soul, Beauty and Song, And as long as we exist, Poetry will sooth the Wrong, And inspire Hope with it's Song, Bringing a feeling of Celestial Bliss, With the magical softness, Of ...

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She Is No Poet – But  A Poem by Herbert Nehrlich

She Is No Poet – But A Poem by Herbert Nehrlich

I thought that I would never finda better poet with a mindthat works in strange but fertile fieldsand throws at us the stuff it yieldsbut then you came into my lifeyou stuck ...

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Poems Come From……… by Herbert Nehrlich

Poems Come From……… by Herbert Nehrlich

I ask you, where do you reside, you words with meaning, do you hideinside the dark, forbidden spots, like beautiful forget-me-nots? It's Sunday night, right after dinner(which was ...

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On Lord Thurlow’s Poems by George Gordon Byron

On Lord Thurlow’s Poems by George Gordon Byron

When Thurlow this damn'd nonsense sent(I hope I am not violent),Nor men nor gods knew what he meant.And since not even our Rogers' praiseTo common sense his thoughts could ...

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Within And Without: Part Iv: A Dramatic Poem by George MacDonald

Within And Without: Part Iv: A Dramatic Poem by George MacDonald

And should the twilight darken into night, And sorrow grow to anguish, be thou strong; Thou art in God, and nothing can go wrong Which a fresh life-pulse cannot set aright. ...

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Within And Without: Part Iii: A Dramatic Poem by George MacDonald

Within And Without: Part Iii: A Dramatic Poem by George MacDonald

And weep not, though the Beautiful decay Within thy heart, as daily in thine eyes; Thy heart must have its autumn, its pale skies, Leading, mayhap, to winter's dim dismay. Yet ...

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Within And Without: Part Ii: A Dramatic Poem by George MacDonald

Within And Without: Part Ii: A Dramatic Poem by George MacDonald

Hark, hark, a voice amid the quiet intense! It is thy Duty waiting thee without. Rise from thy knees in hope, the half of doubt; A hand doth pull thee-it is Providence; Open ...

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Hopeful Thinking by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Hopeful Thinking by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Sitting here contemplating the life I want to nowhave in senior years.Filling it with many poems, songs and compositions, putting myself out to the world. Becoming the poet of ...

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Paper Poems by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Paper Poems by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Tonight I lie in beds of roses, filled with thorns of yesterday, remembering the times of a lifetimewith family when younger.Tears being misplaced from my heart and falling outof ...

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Life-Giving Hope by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Life-Giving Hope by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Running quickly forward, never looking back, taking everything I own within my mind.Slowly taking my time into other dimensions, rhythmically saturating my mind with life-giving ...

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Signals Of Hope by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Signals Of Hope by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Thoughts rising, surging forth into intellect totallyand fully, letting nothing stand in the way of thembeing thought, examined then developing into prose.Composing each poem to ...

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On Reading Poems Of George R Sims by Francis Duggan

On Reading Poems Of George R Sims by Francis Duggan

As i read his gripping verses i could picture myself thereIn Connacht in the County Galway in the frosty Winter AirWhen the dying Kate Maloney followed her husband down the ...

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RAMESH T A POEMS

RAMESH T A POEMS

1. Rolling Stones Gather No Moss! 2. An Erstwhile Colonial French Town! 3. Love Is Incredible Ever In Life! 4. Trustworthiness Of Loving Heart! 5. Development Based ...

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The Campaign, A Poem, To His Grace The Duke Of Marlborough by Joseph Addison

The Campaign, A Poem, To His Grace The Duke Of Marlborough by Joseph Addison

While crowds of princes your deserts proclaim, Proud in their number to enrol your name; While emperors to you commit their cause, And Anna's praises crown the vast applause; ...

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A Manchester Poem by George MacDonald

A Manchester Poem by George MacDonald

'Tis a poor drizzly morning, dark and sad.The cloud has fallen, and filled with fold on foldThe chimneyed city; and the smoke is caught,And spreads diluted in the cloud, and ...

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Within And Without: Part I: A Dramatic Poem by George MacDonald

Within And Without: Part I: A Dramatic Poem by George MacDonald

What life it is, and how that all these lives do gather-With outward maker's force, or like an inward father.Sir Philip Sidney's ArcadiaTo L.P.M.D.Receive thine own; for I and it ...

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Within And Without: Part V: A Dramatic Poem by George MacDonald

Within And Without: Part V: A Dramatic Poem by George MacDonald

AND do not fear to hope. Can poet's brainMore than the Father's heart rich good invent?Each time we smell the autumn's dying scent,We know the primrose time will come again;Not ...

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A Poem Upon The Death Of O.C. by Andrew Marvell

A Poem Upon The Death Of O.C. by Andrew Marvell

That Providence which had so long the careOf Cromwell's head, and numbred ev'ry hair,Now in its self (the Glass where all appears)Had seen the period of his golden Years:And ...

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Poems To Mulgrave And Scroope by Lord John Wilmot

Poems To Mulgrave And Scroope by Lord John Wilmot

Deare Friend. I heare this Towne does soe abound, With sawcy Censurers, that faults are found, With what of late wee (in Poetique Rage) Bestowing, threw away on the dull Age; But ...

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from The Emigrants: A Poem by Charlotte Smith

from The Emigrants: A Poem by Charlotte Smith

So many years have passed,Since, on my native hills, I learned to gazeOn these delightful landscapes; and those yearsHave taught me so much sorrow, that my ...

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Matthew Arnold On Hearing Him Read His Poems In Boston by Katharine Lee Bates

Matthew Arnold On Hearing Him Read His Poems In Boston by Katharine Lee Bates

A stranger, schooled to gentle arts, He stept before the curious throng; His path into our waiting hearts Already paved by song. Full well we knew his ...

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Wild West Poems by Adrian Henri

Wild West Poems by Adrian Henri

Noon2 tall gunmen walking slowly towards each other down Mathew St. And then he grabbed her (for Leiber/Stoller and the Coasters)And then He tied her upAnd thenHe lit the fuse to ...

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To A Friend, With An Unfinished Poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

To A Friend, With An Unfinished Poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Thus far my scanty brain hath built the rhymeElaborate and swelling; ­ yet the heartNot owns it. From thy spirit-breathing powersI ask not now, my friend! the aiding ...

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Religious Musings : A Desultory Poem Written On The Christmas Eve Of 1794 by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Religious Musings : A Desultory Poem Written On The Christmas Eve Of 1794 by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

What tho' first,In years unseason'd, I attuned the layTo idle passion and unreal woe?Yet serious truth her empire o'er my songHath now asserted : falsehood's evil broodVice and ...

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How They Prostitute A Poem by Meena Kandasamy

How They Prostitute A Poem by Meena Kandasamy

It is uniquely easyFor some to sellIdeals becauseBusiness of absentGoods is essentiallyA sacrosanct but mostlyA flimsy transaction.Some learn, early on,To prostitute their ...

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Poem 21 by Edmund Spenser

Poem 21 by Edmund Spenser

WHo is the same, which at my window peepes?Or whose is that faire face, that shines so bright,Is it not Cinthia, she that neuer sleepes,But walkes about high heauen al the night?O ...

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Poem 23 by Edmund Spenser

Poem 23 by Edmund Spenser

And ye high heauens, the temple of the gods,In which a thousand torches flaming brightDoe burne, that to vs wretched earthly clods:In dreadful darknesse lend desired light;And all ...

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Poems For Piraye (9 To 10 O’clock Poems) by Nazim Hikmet

Poems For Piraye (9 To 10 O’clock Poems) by Nazim Hikmet

Remembering you is goodin prisonamid the newsof victory and deathas my fortieth year passes...Remembering you is goodyour handforgotten upon a blue dressyour hairwith the grave ...

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Heroic Poem In Praise Of Wine by Hilaire Belloc

Heroic Poem In Praise Of Wine by Hilaire Belloc

To exalt, enthrone, establish and defend,To welcome home mankind's mysterious friendWine, true begetter of all arts that be;Wine, privilege of the completely free;Wine the ...

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A Poem For The Meeting Of The American Medical Association At New York, May 5, 1853 by Oliver Wendell Holmes

A Poem For The Meeting Of The American Medical Association At New York, May 5, 1853 by Oliver Wendell Holmes

I HOLD a letter in my hand,-A flattering letter, more's the pity,-By some contriving junto planned,And signed per order of Committee.It touches every tenderest spot,-My patriotic ...

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A Poem Served To Order by Oliver Wendell Holmes

A Poem Served To Order by Oliver Wendell Holmes

PHI BETA KAPPA, JUNE 26, 1873THE Caliph ordered up his cook,And, scowling with a fearful lookThat meant,--We stand no gammon,--'To-morrow, just at two,' he said,'Hassan, our cook, ...

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