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  • Mike Mariche (11/6/2008 12:02:00 AM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

    HELLO EVERYONE THE POEM I AM TRYING TO FIND WAS ABOUT THE NECRONOMICON AND THE START OF IT WENT LIKE THIS: 'THE GATE IS OPEN COME JOIN THE FUN, GUT DON'T LET YOUR TALISMAN BE REACHED BY THE SUN. YOU CALL FORTH THE WATCHER TO WATCH OVER YOUR SOULD, BUT LEAVE THE GATE OPEN AND WILL BE THE END OF US ALL.' THERE IS MORE BUT DON'T REMEMBER IT AND CAN'T FIND IT ON YHE NE LOOKED OFR IT HERE AND COULDN'T FIND EITHER WAS WONDERING IF ANYONE HAS SEEN THIS PLEASE LET ME KNOW. THANK YOU FOR ANY AND ALL HELP

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  • Marshmallow Puff (11/3/2008 1:26:00 PM) Post reply

    HELLO everyone. Please help me find this poem or the writer. It might not be easy because for some reason i can't seem to even think of one word in the poem, so searching google didnt help much.

    This poem is about soulmates, but I dont think he ever mentioned the word soulmate in this poem. It is a male poet and probably by a well known poet instead of just any random submitters. It's about 4 sentences in this poem. It has something to do with either two souls or two stones or some type of fragments that was broken into two and finally come together to be completed or something like that.Like I said, I dont remember it having any word of soulmate in it but ideally soulmate is the theme of this short poem or quote. Gosh, I can't believe I dont remember anything about it but just the context of it. If someone has any idea, thank you so so very much.

  • Paul Stertz (10/29/2008 3:35:00 PM) Post reply

    Hi everyone-

    Looking for a poem my dad once read to me when I was young-I think it may be titled 'I killed her with my words'-or something to that effect.

    It is a sad story about a country couple, well the guy comes in from a long day of work and is angry with his wife for not having dinner ready, the house the way he wants it, etc., and he goes into a tyrade.

    So his loving and dutiful wife, in an attempt to appease him, goes out into the stormy weather to close one of the barnyard gates or something and gets struck by lightining, or a tree falls on her or something, and she dies. The husband never forgives himself.

    I know it's a long shot but I was wondering if anyone knows of a poem like this?

  • Danae Turner (10/28/2008 9:15:00 PM) Post reply

    ola! i have been searching for a poem i read once, i think it was by beryl baigent? anyway, it goes like this....
    You were not the original green man
    swathed in hooded cloak of verdant leaves
    but when i scaled the hill
    and came upon you
    face to face
    the potency of your presence
    sprang out to embrace me.
    i appreciate any direction! ! ! ! thank you

  • Bruce Allen Lynch (10/26/2008 6:01:00 PM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

    I'm looking for a poem-I thinjk World War One era-that contains this passage:

    Those scattered and tumbling walls once were a church
    yet might have been an inn.
    For all the signs of reverence they show,
    save that in the encircling shady yard,
    Heaped with scattered stones,
    the uprooted graves and broken crosses
    speak of holier days.

    Standing stricken, the weary shrapnelled houses
    seem skeletons,
    grim and ghastly shapes
    beckoning with scraggly fingers to the sky
    in silent plea for justice...

    Poem and poet would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Mayuri Bandyopadhyay (10/26/2008 4:14:00 PM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

    If u pple can please help me find poem called the snuff box....the poem relates to a young boy studying in school.An Inspector visits the school and ask what is the shape of the earth and the as prompted by his class teacher says round on somedays and square of such days.If someone can please help me on that.
    Thanking,
    Mayuri

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    • Laura Burns Rookie - 1st Stage (11/3/2008 7:16:00 PM) Post reply

      This sounds like a joke from the Marx Brothers, not a poem. See the page on their skit 'Fun in High Skule' at: http: //www.marx-brothers.org/marxology/skule.htm

  • Amy Soeder (10/26/2008 7:17:00 AM) Post reply

    I am looking for a poem that begins...'Take your pole and line and hook; find some shady creek or brook... and ends...'Don't just sit around and fret; go a fishin' and forget'.

    Can anyone help!

  • Saskia Stent (10/24/2008 9:54:00 AM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

    Can anyone help me please. My Grandfather recently passed away at the age of 94 years. He would often recite a poem to me about a Butterfly unfortunately he passed away before I thought about writing it down. I have searched the internet with out success. I would love to be able to read out this poem at his funeral in a few days time. The poem started like this: 'Butterfly, Butterfly why come you here you have no sins to be forgiven this is a place to pray' Unfortunately this is all I have to go on. Please can someone help or point me in the right direction. Any help is very appreciated. Thank you.

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    • Laura Burns Rookie - 1st Stage (10/24/2008 9:03:00 PM) Post reply

      TO A BUTTERFLY AT CHURCH Butterfly, butterfly why come here? This is no bower for you; Go sip the honeydropp sweet and clear, Or bathe in the morning dew. This is the place to think of Hea ... more

  • David Sanchez (10/16/2008 1:28:00 PM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

    How's it going people?
    About a month ago I was reading the Sin-times, and there was a poem referencing 'the rise of Russia'. I believe it was a Cold War era poem. Throughout the poem there are a lot of sensory details describing a monstrous, brutish, drooling, hulking beast. And, he uses that to describe the rise of Russia. I believe the poet was described as one of the greatest poets of the twentieth century. Anyways, any help would be appreciated. I'm an illustrator and I was very inspired by it, so your help would be amazing. Thank you.

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    • Laura Burns Rookie - 1st Stage (10/16/2008 5:05:00 PM) Post reply

      Could it possibly be Kipling's 'The Truce of the Bear'? (1898, a bit before the Cold War.) Take a look: http: //www.poemhunter.com/poem/the-truce-of-the-bear/

  • Patricia Carver (10/15/2008 12:26:00 PM) Post reply

    Im looking for Heartbreak by Black Rose

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