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  • Carol Frost (4/6/2006 8:37:00 AM) Post reply

    I am looking for this poet.
    Once it was this, light washed time in salt, pale morning air
    then tumbled banging through a thousand afternoons.
    the smell of peonies.
    washed cotton.
    sun and earth.
    Will that exist if none is
    left to remember.
    Another day is gone.
    Thanks for your help

  • David Jeffcock (4/4/2006 11:35:00 AM) Post reply

    Can anyone help? I am trying to find the details of a poem containing the lines 'serene, victorious champions of the sky'.

  • David Barry (4/4/2006 3:42:00 AM) Post reply

    Hi..
    Iam looking for two poems or short stories I remember from my school days..
    1) a poem i think call The Loaded Dog...
    2) a poem i thought was called The Spider in the Jam tin by the Gwydir...
    Can any one help? ? ?
    Thanks
    David

  • Gia Mcginley (3/30/2006 10:24:00 PM) Post reply

    Hi everyone. I am looking for a poem that contains the line 'we are made of stars.' I believe it is one of the last lines. My fiance once loved it, but can't remember who wrote it, and I'd love to find it to surprise him on our wedding day. If anyone could help, I'd so appreciate it.

  • Gaylan Bolz (3/23/2006 8:37:00 PM) Post reply

    I'm looking for a poem by Emily Dickinson. 'Hold dear to your parents-it is a scary and confusing world without them'.Thanks

  • Zachary Huston (3/23/2006 2:43:00 PM) Post reply

    Hi everyone im looking for 'When from the darkness of error' by Nikolai Nekrasov in english, if anyone could point me in the right direction i'd very much appreciate it.

  • Gokhan Sevinc (3/21/2006 2:47:00 PM) Post reply

    hi to everyone
    I'm looking for alternative translations of the poem 'Instants' by J.L.Borges
    from its own language. if you have some alternative ones other than the known one please e-mail me: gkhnsvnc@yahoo.com

  • Ryan Ely (3/20/2006 6:25:00 PM) Post reply

    I have read this in a book called 'Dale Carnegie's Lifetime Plan for Success.' I am not sure if this is just one of those poems where everyone says it but no one person can take responsiblity for creating it, or if I am not searching hard enough. Unfortunately, I do not believe that the latter is the case here. Please tell me the writer and title of this poem if that is possible.

    Twice I did bad, and that I heard ever;
    Once I did good, and that I heard never.

  • Ryan Ely (3/20/2006 6:25:00 PM) Post reply

    I have read this in a book called 'Dale Carnegie's Lifetime Plan for Success.' I am not sure if this is just one of those poems where everyone says it but no one person can take responsiblity for creating it, or if I am not searching hard enough. Unfortunately, I do not believe that the latter is the case here. Please tell me the writer and title of this poem if that is possible.

    Twice I did bad, and that I heard ever;
    Once I did good, and that I heard never.

  • Julie Hill (3/17/2006 5:00:00 PM) Post reply

    I am looking for the author of this poem/song which was sung by a miner's choir, the night before many were killed in a pit disaster. So ironic.

    Sleep comrades Sleep give no thought to the weary tomorrow
    Sleep on my lads, in the dreamer's haunts to roam, rest undisturbed
    For the moment forget your sorrow, sleep comrades, sleep.

    Blow, blow thou wintry winds to make my body shiver
    Tell me of what you sing, who will cross the unknown river
    What will the morning bring, comrades I fear me,
    There's sorrow coming for you and me
    But if you'll cheer me, better to wait and see
    Sleep my comrades sleep.

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