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Poems About: EPIC

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

  • 229.
    Perils On Skin

    The perils facing people find us,
    It is like cause for alarm, too much time.
    The lair of peace divides us the same,
    The epic of war is upon us, more than ever. read more »

    Naveed Akram
  • 230.
    Downfall of an Affair

    It was a delusion
    To think I could deflower you
    I failed to decipher the debris
    That we blindly scattered read more »

    Alfred Ramos
  • 231.
    Mycoo: 21

    no Krishna to save
    Mother Earth - stripped
    of her green sari read more »

    AtreyaSarma Uppaluri
  • 232.
    As Sun Rises From East

    i reach beyond clouds
    i could feel true love
    something i miss to have
    on this; this earthly life read more »

    Manonton Dalan
  • 233.
    The Mass Want To Be Fooled

    Introduce surprises
    To make stories interesting.
    inser wonders
    To make legends inspiring. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 234.
    Home Ominous Flight

    come walk we two
    across flame red sky
    two birds soar flying read more »

    Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
  • 235.

    Marching to the beats of an independent drums
    Away from the strings that someone else strums
    Vocal without fear going against the vogue read more »

    Mittur Ramprasad
  • 236.
    She N.G.

    She N.G wasted much of her blood
    yet to pay blood was only blood
    She'd No.Guts. to say the truth
    She's No.Girl of all time mute read more »

    Avery Eglantine
  • 237.
    Another Cinderella Story

    Stuck in the highest tower
    Guarded by a mighty power

    Never leaving this prison read more »

    mendocino girl J.M.
  • 238.
    Salute To Sage Vyasar

    Bhgawat Gita, the Hindus’ Bible,
    Is a mere dialogue of two characters;
    Krishna and Arjuna in the Epic,
    Mahabhrath, written by Sage Vyasar. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 239.
    Morbid Irony

    While I lay here
    Staring my fate
    Square into obscurity
    Left with nothing but promises read more »

    Richard Kane
  • 240.
    Stripe-less Proportions

    Your lovely stripes,
    Consume me when I am lost.
    Hold me when I'm scared,
    And have kept me for all eternity. read more »

    Chris Cariad
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