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MEMORIALS OF A TOUR IN SCOTLAND POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

MEMORIALS OF A TOUR IN SCOTLAND POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

THOUGHTS SUGGESTED THE DAY FOLLOWING, ON THE BANKS OF NITH, NEAR THE POET'S RESIDENCE TOO frail to keep the lofty vow That must have followed when his brow Was wreathed--'The ...

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EPITAPHS TRANSLATED FROM CHIABRERA POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

EPITAPHS TRANSLATED FROM CHIABRERA POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

I WEEP not, beloved Friends! nor let the air For me with sighs be troubled. Not from life Have I been taken; this is genuine life And this alone--the life which now I live ...

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BOOK NINTH (RESIDENCE IN FRANCE) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

BOOK NINTH (RESIDENCE IN FRANCE) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

EVEN as a river,--partly (it might seem) Yielding to old remembrances, and swayed In part by fear to shape a way direct, That would engulph him soon in the ravenous sea-- ...

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BOOK THIRTEENTH (IMAGINATION AND TASTE, HOW IMPAIRED AND RESTORED CONCLUDED) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

BOOK THIRTEENTH (IMAGINATION AND TASTE, HOW IMPAIRED AND RESTORED CONCLUDED) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

FROM Nature doth emotion come, and moods Of calmness equally are Nature's gift: This is her glory; these two attributes Are sister horns that constitute her strength. Hence ...

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BOOK TWELFTH (IMAGINATION AND TASTE, HOW IMPAIRED AND RESTORED) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

BOOK TWELFTH (IMAGINATION AND TASTE, HOW IMPAIRED AND RESTORED) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

LONG time have human ignorance and guilt Detained us, on what spectacles of woe Compelled to look, and inwardly oppressed With sorrow, disappointment, vexing thoughts, ...

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WHEN TO THE ATTRACTIONS OF THE BUSY WORLD POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

WHEN TO THE ATTRACTIONS OF THE BUSY WORLD POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

WHEN, to the attractions of the busy world, Preferring studious leisure, I had chosen A habitation in this peaceful Vale, Sharp season followed of continual storm In deepest ...

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TO DORA POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

TO DORA POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

''A little onward lend thy guiding hand To these dark steps, a little further on!'' --What trick of memory to 'my' voice hath brought This mournful iteration? For though Time, ...

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“A story or poem should be raw” – Interview with Anushka Gupta

“A story or poem should be raw” – Interview with Anushka Gupta

  ​ A short and crispy introduction about yourself. *   Hi! This is Anushka Gupta. I am an aesthete and a lover for languages and a passion for writing. I ...

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THE HIGHLAND BROACH POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

THE HIGHLAND BROACH POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

If to Tradition faith be due, And echoes from old verse speak true, Ere the meek Saint, Columba, bore Glad tidings to Iona's shore, No common light of nature blessed The ...

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THE RECLUSE – BOOK FIRST POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

THE RECLUSE – BOOK FIRST POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

HOME AT GRASMERE ONCE to the verge of yon steep barrier came A roving school-boy; what the adventurer's age Hath now escaped his memory--but the hour, One of a golden summer ...

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THE PRIORESS’S TALE (FROM CHAUCER) POEM BY WILLIAM WORKSWORTH

THE PRIORESS’S TALE (FROM CHAUCER) POEM BY WILLIAM WORKSWORTH

'Call up him who left half told The story of Cambuscan bold.' I 'O LORD, our Lord! how wondrously,' (quoth she) 'Thy name in this large world is spread abroad! For not ...

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ALL THE WORLD’S A STAGE POEM BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

ALL THE WORLD’S A STAGE POEM BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts, His acts being seven ...

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A FEATHER FROM THE WHIPPOORWILL POEM BY EMILY DICKINSON

A FEATHER FROM THE WHIPPOORWILL POEM BY EMILY DICKINSON

A feather from the Whippoorwill That everlasting—sings! Whose galleries—are Sunrise— Whose Opera—the Springs— Whose Emerald Nest the Ages spin Of mellow—murmuring thread— ...

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22 Best Percy Bysshe Shelley Famous Poems, Quotes, Biography

22 Best Percy Bysshe Shelley Famous Poems, Quotes, Biography

Looking for Best Percy Bysshe Shelley Famous Poems & Quotes ? Want famous poems of percy Bysshe Shelley? Here we have come up with the list of best Percy Bysshe Shelley Famous ...

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Never get discouraged – Radhika Gutta

Never get discouraged – Radhika Gutta

INTERVIEW WITH RADHIKA GUTTA CONTRIBUTING AUTHOR OF JEREMIAD OF HEARTS     A short and sweet introduction of yourself. * Firstly, I am very proud to be a ...

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Path towards your dreams is never easy – Upasana Madaan

Path towards your dreams is never easy – Upasana Madaan

INTERVIEW WITH UPASANA MADAAN CONTRIBUTING POET OF JEREMIAD OF HEARTS     A short and sweet introduction of yourself. * I am a 48 years old housewife. ...

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Keep your charm that upholds your visionary – Shilpa

Keep your charm that upholds your visionary – Shilpa

INTERVIEW WITH SHILPA CHOWDHARY CONTRIBUTING POET OF JEREMIAD OF HEARTS     A short and sweet introduction of yourself. * I am a simple woman with a ...

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Trick people with your words – Sahanaz Ahammed

Trick people with your words – Sahanaz Ahammed

INTERVIEW WITH SAHANAZ AHAMMED CONTRIBUTING POET OF JEREMIAD OF HEARTS     A short and sweet introduction of yourself. * I am from West Bengal, the land ...

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Just follow your heart – Deepanjan Dutta

Just follow your heart – Deepanjan Dutta

INTERVIEW WITH DEEPANJAN DUTTA CONTRIBUTING POET OF JEREMIAD OF HEARTS     A short and sweet introduction of yourself. * Started my life in a hospital ...

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Writing gives me relaxation – Ankit Kumar

Writing gives me relaxation – Ankit Kumar

INTERVIEW WITH ANKIT KUMAR SRIVASTVA CONTRIBUTING POET OF JEREMIAD OF HEARTS     A short and sweet introduction of yourself. * I'm an engineer just ...

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Being yourself while writing is important – Kushbu Gadiya

Being yourself while writing is important – Kushbu Gadiya

INTERVIEW WITH KUSHBU GADIYA CONTRIBUTING POET OF JEREMIAD OF HEARTS   A short and sweet introduction of yourself. * Hi, This is Kushbu Gadiya from Bangalore.At ...

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Be honest, follow your heart – Bipul Banerjee

Be honest, follow your heart – Bipul Banerjee

Interview with Bipul Banerjee Contributing Poet of Jeremiad Of Hearts   A short and sweet introduction of yourself.  I'm a management leader by profession .Published ...

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The Indian Eye -01 – Artists And Terrorists by Subhas Chandra Chakra

The Indian Eye -01 – Artists And Terrorists by Subhas Chandra Chakra

Both are mammalsArtists andTerrorists, Both develop their skills.One chills, the other kills. One humanizesSo much that Beasts become petsRocks become slates Monkeysmake Rome, ...

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As A Writer, What To Narrate It? by Bijay Kant Dubey

As A Writer, What To Narrate It? by Bijay Kant Dubey

As a writer started I my journey long back in the eightiesAnd since then have been writing, Devoting near about ten to twelve hours to studies dailyBut none supported meIn my ...

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He Knows What He’s Doing  by Frank V. Gardner

He Knows What He’s Doing by Frank V. Gardner

One day in March, my little girl and I had lunch together. We looked outside, across the lawn, and talked about the weather. The wind was strong; the cedar trees were in its ...

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An Evening Walk, Addressed To A Young Lady by William Wordsworth

An Evening Walk, Addressed To A Young Lady by William Wordsworth

The young Lady to whom this was addressed was my Sister. It was composed at school, and during my two first College vacations. There is not an image in it which I have not ...

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The Prelude. (Book V ) by William Wordsworth

The Prelude. (Book V ) by William Wordsworth

WHEN Contemplation, like the night-calm felt Through earth and sky, spreads widely, and sends deep Into the soul its tranquillising power, Even then I sometimes grieve for thee, ...

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Book Fifth-Books by William Wordsworth

Book Fifth-Books by William Wordsworth

WHEN Contemplation, like the night-calm feltThrough earth and sky, spreads widely, and sends deepInto the soul its tranquillising power,Even then I sometimes grieve for thee, O ...

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End Of The World by Robinson Jeffers

End Of The World by Robinson Jeffers

When I was young in school in Switzerland, about the time of the Boer War,We used to take it for known that the human raceWould last the earth out, not dying till the planet ...

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Margrave by Robinson Jeffers

Margrave by Robinson Jeffers

On the small marble-paved platformOn the turret on the head of the tower,Watching the night deepen.I feel the rock-edge of the continentReel eastward with me below the broad ...

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Peter Bell The Third by Percy Bysshe Shelley

Peter Bell The Third by Percy Bysshe Shelley

BY MICHING MALLECHO, Esq.Is it a party in a parlour,Crammed just as they on earth were crammed,Some sipping punch-some sipping tea,But, as you by their faces see,All silent, and ...

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Bread And Jam by Edgar Albert Guest

Bread And Jam by Edgar Albert Guest

I wish I was a poet like the men that write in booksThe poems that we have to learn on valleys, hills an' brooks,I'd write of things that children like an' know an' ...

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Summer Festival by Gajanan Mishra

Summer Festival by Gajanan Mishra

Are you taking the pleasure of summerHere within this AC chamberWhere there is fifty degree celcious? Where common people areDying in hunger and in thirst/From where people ...

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See And Please Come by Gajanan Mishra

See And Please Come by Gajanan Mishra

1 Please come and hold my handI have no strength to walk or stand.I am not poor and I am not in poverty, Think not so my dear, so long asI am reciting your name and ...

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Halloween Game by Frank V. Gardner

Halloween Game by Frank V. Gardner

October ends up with a game. Each year things happen much the same.Some ghosts and goblins may be seen,... Around about on Halloween.It's really kids dressed up like that: Some ...

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Iambic Tetrameter And Me by Frank V. Gardner

Iambic Tetrameter And Me by Frank V. Gardner

Today, I sat me down to ponderWhy I write like this: Four metric feet, first line of text, And three feet in the next.This sing-song meter ambles onFrom line to line, and then, A ...

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The General Public by Stephen Vincent Benet

The General Public by Stephen Vincent Benet

"Ah, did you once see Shelley plain?" -- Browning. "Shelley? Oh, yes, I saw him often then," The old man said. A dry smile creased his face With many wrinkles. "That's a great ...

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English Bards And Scotch Reviewers: A Satire by George Gordon Byron

English Bards And Scotch Reviewers: A Satire by George Gordon Byron

'I had rather be a kitten, and cry mew! Than one of these same metre ballad-mongers'~Shakespeare 'Such shameless bards we have; and yet 'tis true, There are as mad, ...

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Don Juan: Canto The Fourth by George Gordon Byron

Don Juan: Canto The Fourth by George Gordon Byron

Nothing so difficult as a beginning In poesy, unless perhaps the end; For oftentimes when Pegasus seems winning The race, he sprains a wing, and down we tend, Like Lucifer ...

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Don Juan: Canto The Fifteenth by George Gordon Byron

Don Juan: Canto The Fifteenth by George Gordon Byron

Ah!--What should follow slips from my reflection; Whatever follows ne'ertheless may be As à-propos of hope or retrospection, As though the lurking thought had follow'd free. ...

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Beppo, A Venetian Story by George Gordon Byron

Beppo, A Venetian Story by George Gordon Byron

I. 'Tis known, at least it should be, that throughout All countries of the Catholic persuasion, Some weeks before Shrove Tuesday comes about, The People take their fill of ...

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Identity Is Everything by Herbert Nehrlich

Identity Is Everything by Herbert Nehrlich

From the alpine windswept quartzrose the beautiful Frau Schwarz.Wrote a comment erudite(every member has that right) but the toes of fruity cakescannot carry what it takes'be a ...

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Haikus About A Spouse by Herbert Nehrlich

Haikus About A Spouse by Herbert Nehrlich

She said I write Kitschthis love of my High School daysI called her a witch.She only likes rhymesthe ones by the old masters, and the old clock chimes.How can my own spouseforget ...

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Haiku 2005 by Herbert Nehrlich

Haiku 2005 by Herbert Nehrlich

Nikhilism isapparently like a horseof the wrong colour.It is always thosewho write the lousy poemsthat scream the loudest.My dear Aunt Huldaalways said that miseryis bottled ...

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A Potpourri Of Everyday Rhymes by Herbert Nehrlich

A Potpourri Of Everyday Rhymes by Herbert Nehrlich

In thanking you I must agree that rhyming gives me pleasure, and that it adds, by some degree to people's reading treasure, to those who must show their disdain go get a magic pen ...

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Granddaughter’s Award Assembly by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Granddaughter’s Award Assembly by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Realizing the beauty of an education in an early morning awards assembly for our Granddaughter whois now nine years old.Enticing and wonderful as students get excited about being ...

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Youngest Granddaughter’s Graduation by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Youngest Granddaughter’s Graduation by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

This morning going to my Granddaughter's kindergarten graduation, her little eyes and face lit up like a lantern, smiling beautifully, running to give us a hug.Going into the ...

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The Last Great Bard Of Mushera by Francis Duggan

The Last Great Bard Of Mushera by Francis Duggan

'The last great bard of Mushera' that name with him will stayAnd he will be remembered for forever and a dayBefore i started going to school the bard was in his primeJohn Twomey's ...

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William Cowper by Francis Duggan

William Cowper by Francis Duggan

He was a victim of the school yard bulliesAnd had no fond memories of his first years in schoolAnd sad to think that some robust young school goersTo the less robust oft times can ...

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On Reading Kipling’s ‘If’ by Francis Duggan

On Reading Kipling’s ‘If’ by Francis Duggan

You know the famous poem of Rudyard KiplingHe called it 'If' for it quite an apt nameThose lines to set example often quotedAnd to this day 'If' has a world wide fame.He wrote ...

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