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SONNET 122: THY GIFT, THY TABLES, ARE WITHIN MY BRAIN POEM BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

SONNET 122: THY GIFT, THY TABLES, ARE WITHIN MY BRAIN POEM BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

Thy gift, thy tables, are within my brain Full charactered with lasting memory, Which shall above that idle rank remain Beyond all date even to eternity— Or at the least, so ...

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Earth In Quatrain (Found Poem) by Muzahidul Reza

Earth In Quatrain (Found Poem) by Muzahidul Reza

The earth is a vast territoryA free planet in the universeWith all features necessaryEnough for all the creatures.Copyright © Muzahidul Reza| 14 November,2017

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Quatrain For Recalling 2017 (Found Poem – Helps Are Taken From My Poem – The First Hour Of New Year) by Muzahidul Reza

Quatrain For Recalling 2017 (Found Poem – Helps Are Taken From My Poem – The First Hour Of New Year) by Muzahidul Reza

Starting celebrations and images of 2018Silently recall the last year 2017How much happened! How much gained and how much lost! * * * * * * *Need some calculationsNeed some ...

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Two Odia Poems – Fig Tree And Rain by Gajanan Mishra

Two Odia Poems – Fig Tree And Rain by Gajanan Mishra

1.ଡିମିରି ଗଛନୁହେଁ ତୁଚ୍ଛ ।ଆଗପଛନାହିଁ ମିଛ ।2.ନିର୍ଭରଯୋଗ୍ୟ ନୁହେଁ ବର୍ଷା, ନାହିଁ ବର୍ଷା ପାଖରେସ୍ମରଣୀୟ ପରିଚୟ ପତ୍ର ।- English rendering1.Fig treeNot insignificant.Front side andBackside- not ...

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Rain Blessing This Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Rain Blessing This Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Below on a dirt roadway a black and white cow is makingit's way slowly as the rain falls steadily, faster andfaster.Some drops finding their way through this cottage roofout on ...

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Training To Compose Poem by Gajanan Mishra

Training To Compose Poem by Gajanan Mishra

Training is but necessaryAnd necessary is trainingTo excels to develop to gain.How to face adversityHow to get lifeHow to light a candleAll but know the wicked.He is brave who has ...

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I KNOW AN OLD MAN CONSTRAINED TO DWELL POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

I KNOW AN OLD MAN CONSTRAINED TO DWELL POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

I know an aged Man constrained to dwell In a large house of public charity, Where he abides, as in a Prisoner's cell, With numbers near, alas! no company. When he could ...

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SONNET 108: WHAT’S IN THE BRAIN THAT INK MAY CHARACTER POEM BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

SONNET 108: WHAT’S IN THE BRAIN THAT INK MAY CHARACTER POEM BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

What's in the brain that ink may character Which hath not figured to thee my true spirit? What's new to speak, what now to register, That may express my love, or thy dear ...

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A Poem For Children With Thoughts On Death by Jupiter Hammon

A Poem For Children With Thoughts On Death by Jupiter Hammon

O ye young and thoughtless youth, Come seek the living God, The scriptures are a sacred truth, Ye must believe the word. Tis God alone can make you wise, His wisdom's from ...

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A Rain Of Rites By Jayanta Mahapatra by Bijay Kant Dubey

A Rain Of Rites By Jayanta Mahapatra by Bijay Kant Dubey

Opening with the first poem named Dawn, It continues on With the poems, As thus, Village, Old Places, These Women, A Missing Person, Samsara, Five Indian Songs, A Rain of Rites, ...

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Oak And The Broom, The: A Pastoral Poem by William Wordsworth

Oak And The Broom, The: A Pastoral Poem by William Wordsworth

I His simple truths did Andrew glean Beside the babbling rills, A careful student he had been Among the woods and hills. One winter's night, when through the trees The wind was ...

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To The Daisy (First Poem) by William Wordsworth

To The Daisy (First Poem) by William Wordsworth

Her divine skill taught me this, That from every thing I saw I could some instruction draw, And raise pleasure to the height Through the meanest objects sight. By the murmur of ...

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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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Pet-Lamb, The: A Pastoral Poem by William Wordsworth

Pet-Lamb, The: A Pastoral Poem by William Wordsworth

The dew was falling fast, the stars began to blink, I heard a voice, it said, Drink, pretty creature, drink! And, looking o'er the hedge, before me I espied A snow-white ...

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To My Dear Friend Mr. E[ldred] R[evett]. On His Poems Moral And Divine by Richard Lovelace

To My Dear Friend Mr. E[ldred] R[evett]. On His Poems Moral And Divine by Richard Lovelace

Cleft as the top of the inspired hill,Struggles the soul of my divided quill,Whilst this foot doth the watry mount aspire,That Sinai's living and enlivening fire,Behold my ...

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To My Dear Friend Mr. E[ldred] R[evett]. On His Poems Moral by Richard Lovelace

To My Dear Friend Mr. E[ldred] R[evett]. On His Poems Moral by Richard Lovelace

Cleft as the top of the inspired hill,Struggles the soul of my divided quill,Whilst this foot doth the watry mount aspire,That Sinai's living and enlivening fire,Behold my ...

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The Day Is A Poem (September 19, 1939) by Robinson Jeffers

The Day Is A Poem (September 19, 1939) by Robinson Jeffers

This morning Hitler spoke in Danzig, we hear his voice.A man of genius: that is, of amazingAbility, courage, devotion, cored on a sick child's soul,Heard clearly through the dog ...

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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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Flying Poems by Abdul Wahab

Flying Poems by Abdul Wahab

When there is no sun Andthe rain likely to come But no rainI silently take the corner Of the corner less memory lane Like an old and feebleI ruminate taking out The hazy picture ...

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Negative Poem by Abdul Wahab

Negative Poem by Abdul Wahab

The fruits hanging from the branchesOf your tree, evoke in my heart an emotionPeople With contempt call it jealousyAnd I too wished to have someExactly like that of you I grew ...

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No More Same Kinds Of Poems by Abdul Wahab

No More Same Kinds Of Poems by Abdul Wahab

No use to write anymore again and again Same kinds of poems in the same forms Written previously on the themes In the same tone and in the same rhythmWith the same flow and with ...

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Birth Of A Poem by Abdul Wahab

Birth Of A Poem by Abdul Wahab

All three of the followingGave me in same tone same answerWhen I asked them to give me a poem. At First I went to a river, He said he would But I would have toflow like his ...

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How My Poems Born by Abdul Wahab

How My Poems Born by Abdul Wahab

Once I went to a river And asked him to give me a poem He said he would with one condition If I could flow like his streamBeing dejected I came back And went to the cloud He ...

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For A Poem Only by Abdul Wahab

For A Poem Only by Abdul Wahab

A poem Woven with words And few lines of length For which daily I die, And let my blood to be sucked Like winks do to the oil of a lamp For a poem I daily sit Same place, same ...

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Be My First Quatrain by Abdul Wahab

Be My First Quatrain by Abdul Wahab

Come on and grab my handBe the first quatrain of my poemYou just start with a simileI shall finish with a metaphorCome on and lay down like linesWithout any comma, dot or ...

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A Poem Like Pony by Abdul Wahab

A Poem Like Pony by Abdul Wahab

I remain awake at night And I walk the whole day In the of field of ideas I pick them in abundanceWrite them like reaping crop Yet nothing comes up as I desireOn the page I rub ...

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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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‘Aweeeeee! ” An Incredible Poem by Abdul Wahab

‘Aweeeeee! ” An Incredible Poem by Abdul Wahab

I could not shout out my wordsCooked by the flooding flickers of emotionsAt the lower part of my bellyNor could I sing my tangled joys and sorrowsYet I am desperate to become a ...

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Direct Helps Humanity And Contributions Need To Be Contributed Right Now (Prose Poem) by Muzahidul Reza

Direct Helps Humanity And Contributions Need To Be Contributed Right Now (Prose Poem) by Muzahidul Reza

Many people in the world are eagerly willing to helpThe natural calamities, poverties and manmadeDangers, cruelties affected peopleBut they do not find whom and where to help, ...

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Man Of Earth In Color And Art (Prose Poem) by Muzahidul Reza

Man Of Earth In Color And Art (Prose Poem) by Muzahidul Reza

Direct clay was turned into required elementsparts, sections, groups, classes in proportionto set in every function in as pottery style, osteoblasts turned into bones to form ...

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Morituri Salutamus: Poem For The Fiftieth Anniversary by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Morituri Salutamus: Poem For The Fiftieth Anniversary by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Tempora labuntur, tacitisque senescimus annis, Et fugiunt freno non remorante dies. Ovid, Fastorum, Lib. vi.'O Cæsar, we who are about to die Salute you! ' was the gladiators' ...

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Earlier Poems : Burial Of The Minnisink by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Earlier Poems : Burial Of The Minnisink by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

On sunny slope and beechen swell,The shadowed light of evening fell,And, where the maple's leaf was brown,With soft and silent lapse came down,The glory, that the wood ...

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If There Would Be Rain Again by Gajanan Mishra

If There Would Be Rain Again by Gajanan Mishra

If there would be rain againThe grass would growBut the lady bug would not be there.If there would be rain againthe bird would not soundthe bird would cry all days.The crow would ...

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Nature’s Law: A Poem by Robert Burns

Nature’s Law: A Poem by Robert Burns

LET other heroes boast their scars,The marks of sturt and strife:And other poets sing of wars,The plagues of human life:Shame fa' the fun, wi' sword and gunTo slap mankind like ...

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In Everything I Seek To Grasp… – Poem by Boris Pasternak

In Everything I Seek To Grasp… – Poem by Boris Pasternak

In everything I seek to grasp The fundamental: The daily choice, the daily task, The sentimental. To plumb the essence of the past, The first foundations, The crux, the ...

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Poems Do by Hasmukh Amathalal

Poems Do by Hasmukh Amathalal

Poems do wonderBring in rain and thunderThe desert can change into fertile landFoes will act as friendsIt has tremendous energyWith blessings from an almightyThe poetry can crate ...

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Strange, How Some Poems Are Born by Sandra Feldman

Strange, How Some Poems Are Born by Sandra Feldman

Strange, No plan in mind, A poem is born, Out of a pen, And feelings alone, No plan in mind, The words intertwine, Sometimes, with music, Sometimes, with rhyme, But always with ...

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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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In Response To A Fay Slimm  Poem by Herbert Nehrlich

In Response To A Fay Slimm Poem by Herbert Nehrlich

May I tell you my dearthat the love of veneer, imitation and opal from glassis the cause of much griefand its loveless reliefI would urge you to polish the brass.If you know what ...

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Addendum To Sherrie’s Rhyming Poem by Herbert Nehrlich

Addendum To Sherrie’s Rhyming Poem by Herbert Nehrlich

Idiots are the ones who clapwhen faced with other idiots' crap.Groupthink keeps their brains from fallingand their energy from stalling.Please observe this CAVEATthey're not happy ...

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A Response Poem by Herbert Nehrlich

A Response Poem by Herbert Nehrlich

The whistle of the evening train two giant puffs of snow-white steam so reminiscent of the Chinese Dragon, accelerating through the melancholy of spindly paddy grass, so tall and ...

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My Train by Herbert Nehrlich

My Train by Herbert Nehrlich

I'm riding on a choo-choo trainthrough valleys and through mountainsthrough fields of golden sugarcane, conductor does the countin's.The choo-choo whistles in the nightand blows ...

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Answer To A Beautiful Poem, Entitled ‘The Common Lot’ by George Gordon Byron

Answer To A Beautiful Poem, Entitled ‘The Common Lot’ by George Gordon Byron

MONTGOMERY! true, the common lotOf mortals lies in Lethe's wave;Yet some shall never be forgot, Some shall exist beyond the grave.'Unknown the region of his birth,' The hero rolls ...

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Nature’s Law: A Poem by Robert Burns

Nature’s Law: A Poem by Robert Burns

LET other heroes boast their scars,The marks of sturt and strife:And other poets sing of wars,The plagues of human life:Shame fa' the fun, wi' sword and gunTo slap mankind like ...

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Poem On Pastoral Poetry by Robert Burns

Poem On Pastoral Poetry by Robert Burns

HAIL, Poesie! thou Nymph reserv'd!In chase o' thee, what crowds hae swerv'dFrae common sense, or sunk enerv'd'Mang heaps o' clavers:And och! o'er aft thy joes hae starv'd,'Mid a' ...

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Seven Poems by John Masefield

Seven Poems by John Masefield

I Here in the self is all that man can know Of Beauty, all the wonder, all the power, All the unearthly colour, all the glow, Here in the self which withers like a flower; ...

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CONRAD POTTER AIKEN POEMS

CONRAD POTTER AIKEN POEMS

1. Youth Penetrant 2. Youth Imperturbable 3. The Quarrel 4. Laughter 5. White Nocturne 6. Variations: X 7. Violet Moore And Bert Moore 8. Twilights, V 9. ...

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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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