Looking For A Poem
(9/13/2005 3:52:00 PM)
I am looking for a poem. It is about the passing of a husband, and how he pre-arranges to send his wife flowers, or a puppy or something after his death? ? ? Does anyone know of this poem. It has been passed around in e-mail a couple of times.
I am also looking for the name of a famous cowboy poem? ? ? I'll know it when I see it.
Any help would be appreciated.
(9/4/2005 1:44:00 PM)
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I am looking for the name and author of a poem, I am not sure how it starts off, but it has to do with wanting to be woke up even in the middle of the night if his friend see's or hears something so that he can share in the experiance, dont let me sleep, knock at my door something to that effect. When I was younger this was my all time favorite poem I cant beleive I have to ask which one it is! ! : -)
Thank You Gail
(9/4/2005 11:55:00 AM)
The following poem is quoted in an essay by Richard Hugo. Could anyone tell me the author of the poem, please.
I found him sleepy in the heat
And dust of a gopher burrow,
Coiled in loose folds upon silence
In a pit of the noonday hillside.
I saw the wedged bulge
Of the head hard as a fist.
I remembered his delicate ways:
The mouth a cat's mouth yawning.
I crushed him deep in dust,
And heard the loud seethe of life
In the dead beads of the tail
Fade, as wind fades
From the wild grain of the hill.
(9/3/2005 2:27:00 PM)
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I am looking for a compleyte poem by Jane Kenyon. I have what I believe to be the initial verse here: ... with the wonder
and bitterness of someone pardoned
for a crime she did not commit
I come back to marriage and friends,
to pink fringed hollyhocks; come back
to my desk, books and chair....
Although I don't know the poem's title, I believe it comes from a collection entitled, CONSTANCE]
Iwould be most grateful if someone could enlighten me on this.... Thank youReplies for this message:
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(9/1/2005 3:14:00 PM)
I have the poem...I have the title, I just can't find the poet!
Who wrote this? It's called 'Preference'
I likes a woman
six or eight and ten years older'n myself.
I don't fool with those young girls.
Young girls'l say,
Daddy, I want so-and-so.
I needs this, that, and the other.
But a old woman'll say,
Honey, what does YOU need?
I just drawed my money tonight
and it's all your'n.
That's why I likes an older woman
who can appreciate me;
When she conversations you,
it ain't forever, Gimme!
(8/30/2005 8:39:00 AM)
Hello - SO desperately looking for this poem about an adult caring for an infant crying in the night. The poem starts off as a lullabye, builds into pleading for the child to got to sleep, and descends into nonsense as the adult becomes exhausted, but maintains the rhyme and metre. I loved it but don't know the title, don't know who it was by. Any help, much appreciated.
(8/29/2005 9:53:00 PM)
I'm looking for a poem, and I only vaguely remember a single line, and I'm not entirely sure I have it right!
It goes something like: [because? ]...I'm in love, and love doesn't (don't?) keep...
(8/24/2005 6:37:00 PM)
hello everyone im looking for the name of a poem. its about a girl who is riding in a car with some boys and the car gets into an accident. she wakes up in the hospital and she knows she's going to die so she tells the nurse to tell her parents that she's sorry. the girl dies. then the nurse say's she cant because the people in the other car were her parents. if you know the name of this poem or who it was written by please tell me. thanks.
(8/17/2005 11:24:00 PM)
There was a poem recited by a young girl on Apollo a few years back, this poem was by Maya Angelou. I don't really quiet know the name of it, some of the quotes was concerning 'I am somebody '. Everytime the young girl would say some words in the poem she would end it with 'I am Somebody' I have been trying and trying to find this poem but have been running into dead ends. Please help me if possible.
(8/14/2005 4:00:00 PM)
I am looking for a special reading for my wedding. I once saw Billy Collins and heard him read a poem about walking his dog and going past a pond where he counted the swans, knowing that if there was an uneven number, one of them would have lost a mate, since swans mate for life. I can not find this poem anywhere. Please help!