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Poems About: ELEGY

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

  • 349.
    Night Drive Chorus

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

    Chris Osterbrock
  • 350.
    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
  • 351.
    '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
  • 352.
    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
  • 353.
    Luminescent

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

    Clinton Gary Langford
  • 354.
    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
  • 355.
    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
  • 356.
    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
  • 357.
    October's grave

    October.the time for my mind to wander

    and pluck the wilted leaves, read more »

    Whispers Of Night
  • 358.
    The Headlong Summer Rush

    Told to read Summerhill
    before we arrived
    we wondered how our
    overweening ambitions read more »

    Percy Dovetonsils
  • 359.
    Faience I

    See that chunk of glazed Egyptian faience
    resting idly in that vitrine
    ancient as the hills
    adventuring from blue to green read more »

    Morgan Michaels
  • 360.
    On The First Anniversary Of Nuclear Explosions

    The pitcher of the Earth
    Has got emptied
    The water-bags of eyes
    Of the damsels going to the fountains read more »

    Muhammad Shanazar
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