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Poems About: ELEGY

In this page, poems on / about “elegy” are listed.

  • 337.
    Night Drive Chorus

    Hear that crack
    of the split screen passing
    -brisk chill burst
    Scraped chisel shriek read more »

    Chris Osterbrock
  • 338.
    A VEILED MIND

    A mind too can be veiled
    The truth strikes the terrains of prudence.
    'You begin your search and you will be hailed
    By most minds veiled with cadence'! read more »

    M.D DINESH NAIR
  • 339.
    'CATCH THEM YOUNG' I SAY..

    I will blend two minds and will shout aloud
    To the world, ' Here is the final human mind'.
    I will infuse two hundred passions in to it and will sing aloud
    To the throngs, 'Here is a mind that sans no glory heard ever'. read more »

    M.D DINESH NAIR
  • 340.
    ears of corn

    In the synagogues they pray with ears
    of corn, and listen to the shadows’ sound,
    because no still and silent voice for years
    has whispered, and no glory is around. read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 341.
    October 2005

    (The Earthquake in Pakistan)

    The massive blunders evoke the massive waves,
    Of wrath that push the inhabitants to the graves; read more »

    Muhammad Shanazar
  • 342.
    To Peomhuters.

    I will dance and dine-
    and be first man to rest.
    I will be first man to rest.
    Wax cool from bright ankle. read more »

    Ebi Robert
  • 343.
    Elegy II. On The Death Of The University Beadle At Cambridge (Translated From Milton)

    Thee, whose refulgent staff and summons clear,
    Minerva's flock longtime was wont t'obey,
    Although thyself an herald, famous here, read more »

    William Cowper
  • 344.
    NYMPHOMANIAC

    Visitors on marine beach are seeing him
    For the past two years
    Tall, slim, young, handsome man with
    Protruding parrot like nose read more »

    Chandra sekharan
  • 345.
    The Pursuit Of Poetry

    The pursuit of Poetry is a lifelong affair,
    Where one must strive hard to interpret his thoughts.
    A scene treasured in the realm of the mind
    Must be awesomely penned to justify its course. read more »

    Dennis Go
  • 346.
    Luminescent

    I
    ----------------
    Cogito....... read more »

    Clinton Gary Langford
  • 347.
    A LETTER TO LOVE.

    To love,
    We feel you from the heart.
    We feel you from the very start.
    You gripe all our body part. read more »

    CHINWENDU IBEH
  • 348.
    Shipwrecked Tragedies

    The Capitan's tailored tales dilated a valiance
    Much lethal than a pirate's rapine and encumbrance
    A venomous blade to the wretched's grave
    A mellifluous immolation surfing the waves read more »

    Norman Santos
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