Poems About: EPIC
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- carpe diem
Oh! Poet of all poets,
From thy pen
It was a divine flow read more »Ravi Panamanna
He breaks his comatose sleep
Wakes up with coy eyes
Looks hurried in quest of error
To appreciate the world at rise. read more »RUP POKHAREL
339.That's All What Matters
Boring homework makes me free,
Free from frustration,
Free of abomination. read more »Kalira Black
340.2010/08/07 Great Epic
Finished reading this version of The Mahabharata
must return to the beginning with insight regarding
the main character Yudhishthira - read more »Margaret Alice
341.Never Comes True..
The night in slumber,
lies beside me.
I grope but can't find
the desired you! read more »Neela Nath
342.MaryAnne LightburnKatlyn McGinn
343.Zafur's Prophetic Dream
She stands, poised under the heavens of Planet Aeon
Zafur’s squad besieged, as aircraft aviate skies agleam
Unafraid, foreseen by gods. This day! A war would spawn.
“We seek no defeat.” This is Zafur’s prophetic dream. read more »Akili Amina
344.A DIVINE DAY - I
Winter hibernation of frogs, bears and squirrels is a wonder!
Routine hibernation of animals is common in ice cold regions!
Frogs going below ice water, squirrels going into tree boroughs,
Polar bears taking shelter in ice caves are natural happenings! read more »Ramesh T A
War – For what?
To Appease God? read more »Angelina Pandian
346.To My Children
GOLDEN sun of victory, born
In my life's unclouded morn, read more »Sarojini Naidu
347.The Gardener XXXVIII: My Love, Once upon a Time
My love, once upon a time your poet
launched a great epic in his mind.
Alas, I was not careful, and it struck
your ringing anklets and came to read more »Rabindranath Tagore
348.The Last to Leave
The guns were silent, and the silent hills
had bowed their grasses to a gentle breeze
I gazed upon the vales and on the rills,
And whispered, "What of these?' and "What of these? read more »Leon Gellert