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

  • 361.
    Wish You P H Pals A HAPPY NEW YEAR-2013

    -"W ish you PH pals A Happy New Year"!
    I s the wish this pal sends you over here—
    S ince my entry into this famous site,
    H aven of many Poets' eminent write. read more »

  • 362.
    The Headlong Summer Rush

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

  • 363.

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  • 364.
    The Lake Poets

    You have heard of William Wordsworth he was bard of Cockermouth
    And he truly was a great poet if that ever was in doubt
    And with Southey and With Coleridge they became known as the lake poets
    And they made the Lake District famous and some famous poems they wrote. read more »

  • 365.
    Night Drive Chorus

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

  • 366.

    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 »

  • 367.

    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 »

  • 368.
    An Elegy on the Death of Montgomery Tappen

    An elegy on the death of MONTGOMERY TAPPEN who dies at Poughkeepsie on the 20th of Nov. 1784 in the ninth year of his age.

    The sweetest, gentlest, of the youthful train, read more »

  • 369.
    Ch 01 Manner of Kings Story 32

    An impostor arranged his hair in a peculiar fashion, pretended to be a descendant of A'li and entered the town with a caravan from the Hejaz, saying that he had just arrived from a pilgrimage. He also presented an elegy to the king, alleging that he had himself composed it. One of the king’s courtiers, who had that year returned from a journey, said: "I have seen him at Bosrah on the Azhah festival, then how can he be a Haji?" Another said: "His father was a Christian at Melitah. How can he be a descendant of A'li? And his poetry has been found in the Divan of Anvari." The king ordered him to be beaten and expelled the country for his great mendacity. The man said: "O lord of the surface of the earth, I shall say something more and, if it is not true, I shall deserve any punishment which thou mayest decree." He asked: "What is it?"’

    When a stranger brings before thee buttermilk
    Two measures of it will be water and a spoonful sour milk. read more »

  • 370.
    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 »

  • 371.
    October 2005

    (The Earthquake in Pakistan)

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

  • 372.
    Darkness Lighted Upon

    What better way for my emotions to die?
    than in the hands of the instinct
    it was given birth by.
    I never surrendered to anticipate and read more »

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  2. Twilight Heaven (An Antumn Poem), Kevin Patrick
  3. I AND MY DEATH, Suvro Bhattacharya
  4. Butterflies, Fawziyya Abu Khalid
  5. The Sleeper's Song, Ghassan Zaqtan
  6. The Political Corpse, Hassan Najmi
  7. A History Of The Ancient World, Morgan Michaels
  8. A Poet's Echo, Nate Flying Owl
  9. Terminal, Sylvia Plath
  10. Kitbag, Mark R. Elias
  11. White days, interruption ("One Flew.., John Taggart
  12. Dead House Sonnet, Brian Teare
  13. That's my world, Ayesha Tulkubra
  14. A.Blok, To Yury Verkhovensky - Translati.., Lyudmila Purgina
  15. Sheer Columns, Lisa Williams
  16. Taboo Against The Word Beauty, Postmoder.., Allen Braden
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  18. Words as Markers, Ananta Madhavan
  19. Checkmate And Die, BrokenHeartPheko Motaung
  20. A Mile Outside of Yellowstone, Ed Skoog
  21. Moonlit Olive Grove, Jewell Miller
  22. Daring, Shruti Goswami
  23. On the great plains, BrokenHeartPheko Motaung
  24. Common Feel, Sadiqullah Khan
  25. Fighter, kassem oude
  26. Dialogue, Ounsi El Hage
  27. Recollection, Satish Verma
  28. The Histrionics of Arvind Kejriwal, A Gr.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  29. Agonizing Picture Of Human Existence(Rur.., seema gupta
  30. Beautiful poem, SALINI NAIR
  31. The AAP And Its Agenda, Bijay Kant Dubey
  32. Elegy For Pain, Emmanuel George Cefai
  33. The Role Of Elegy, Mary Jo Bang
  34. With Love To Women by Rasul Gamzatov, Yuri Starostin
  35. Eagle-Man, Ananta Madhavan
  36. The Elegy on the Death of My Favorite Cat, Raghavendra Nayak
  37. Night is so dark…., SALINI NAIR
  38. On an obscure moonlit night..., Brett White
  39. LOVE AND RAFT, M.D Dinesh Nair
  40. Ode: Cause Of Will's Rubble, Onyekachukwu Vincent Onyeche
  41. Menage (Inspired by Fogglethorpe) !, Shahzia Batool
  42. Divorce, David Barlow
  43. Poem 089, Sonnet 41: Fatum, Samer Madbak
  44. Poem 084, Sonnet 36: “I am the Grieving .., Samer Madbak
  45. A Reading of Modern Indian English Poetry, Bijay Kant Dubey
  46. Poem 008: Crime and Requiem, Samer Madbak
  47. Isolde of Fall, Giorgio A. V.
  48. In Search Of Peace, Satish Verma
  49. Sculpture, Deliot Taylor
  50. PAINS, john chizoba vincent
  51. Quatrain on the cusp, michael oliver
  52. O My Heart’s Baby-Proud!, Aftab Alam
  53. Bury My Body, maria sudibyo
  54. I am not a Poet, Jahan zaib
  55. Driftwood at Sunset, Jack Growden
  56. Pop Music R.I.P., John Carter Brown
  57. The dead claims more entourage, Meshack Dasco
  58. I've Been to London, Efe Benjamin
  59. Page Turns, Jonathan ROBIN
  60. Elegy, oskar hansen
  61. My Father Told Me Strictly (My Moral Dut.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  62. Summary, Adeeb Kamal Ad-Deen
  63. The Elegiac Heaney Sleeps Now!, Shahzia Batool
  64. Elegy On the Demise of My Boss, Nasarudheen.P. Parameswaran
  65. My Silence, Bijay Kant Dubey
  66. Searching, Pierre Rausch
  67. Feel, Pitta Sudarshan Dev
  68. My Requiem, Micah Krahn
  69. Haiku Rest In Peace, Jonathan ROBIN
  70. Unpublished, Shahid Hussain Chouhdry
  71. THE ABODES OF GODS, M.D Dinesh Nair
  72. Fear For The World, Geraldine PoynerHayes
  73. A VEILED MIND, M.D Dinesh Nair
  74. We've been left for dead, James Browning Kepple
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