Poems About: ELEGY
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349.Illusions of you
A fairy-tale moment..
What my eyes see, is not true..
But only, the illusions of you.
Within the midnight blues.. read more »Priyanka Bhowmick
350.The Muses Threnodie: Ninth Muse
What could there more be done, let any say,
Nor I did to prevent the doleful day?
For when I saw Gall's fatal constellation read more »Henry Adamson
351.My Fisher Lass
I stood beside the Summer sea
And watched far out my Fisher Lass
Row swiftly in her boat to me,
And the sea shone like a glass. read more »James Edwin Campbell
352.The Animal Farm Of Old Oleans Improvisation 10 03 2010
THE ANIMAL FARM OF OLD ORLEANS:
Improvisation 10 03 2010 read more »Lee B. Mack
353.Elegy XIV: To Delia
What Scenes of Bliss my raptur'd Fancy fram'd,
In some lone Spot with Peace and thee retir'd,
Tho' Reason then my sanguine Fondness blam'd, read more »James Hammond
354.On The Death Of William Cartwright
I cannot keep my purpose, but must give
Sorrow and Verse their way; nor will I grieve
Longer in silence; no, that poor, poor part read more »Izaak Walton
355.Dedication: To The King
Since, now, Great Sir, Addresses come in shoals,
And every one Your mighty Loss Condoles:
Vouchsafe, among the rest, not to refuse read more »Charles Darby
Dedicated to my mum, Juana N. Echanes, and to all mothers of the world.
Ah mother! Sweet, tender mother,
Blessed art thou, O salt of the earth, read more »Roberto Echanes
357.Memory of the last season
maybe the whole world's just a stage
ingredients like sufferings and pain are parts of that...
perhaps the glimpses of fortune and the soft touch of Eros
just make it look bright. read more »Whispers Of Night
my love, I had crushed you with a dream..
I secretly admired your aura, your silence.
your illusions entwine with our love,
but fade away in their vast petrification. read more »Whispers Of Night
The pen is greater than the sword or so it’s often said.
A poet’s word still stirs the heart long after he is dead.
The 'Elegy' of Thomas Gray can still provoke a thought.
And Campbell’s 'Ullin’s Daughter' proves that anger gains you nought. read more »roy may
360.End Of All Things
Every city has its history.
History of great wars!
History of great works!
What makes a civilization great read more »Aditya Chandrasen Salvi