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Poems About: EPIC

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  • 373.
    William H. Herndon

    There by the window in the old house
    Perched on the bluff, overlooking miles of valley,
    My days of labor closed, sitting out life's decline,
    Day by day did I look in my memory, read more »

    Edgar Lee Masters
  • 374.
    John Horace Burleson

    I won the prize essay at school
    Here in the village,
    And published a novel before I was twenty-five.
    I went to the city for themes and to enrich my art; read more »

    Edgar Lee Masters
  • 375.
    The Garlands

    KLOPSTOCK would lead us away from Pindus; no longer for laurel
    May we be eager--the homely acorn alone must content us;
    Yet he himself his more-than-epic crusade is conducting
    High on Golgotha's summit, that foreign gods he may honour! read more »

    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  • 376.
    Genoa and the Mediterranean.

    O epic-famed, god-haunted Central Sea,
    Heave careless of the deep wrong done to thee
    When from Torino's track I saw thy face first flash on me. read more »

    Thomas Hardy
  • 377.
    un titled poem of mine, ...

    Awake Once Again,
    To A World of Sin.
    And A Life of Strife.
    Wishing To Only Be Held By You. read more »

    Steven Loebrich
  • 378.
    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 »

    Sir Rabindranath Tagore
  • 379.

    As the eruption began smoke formed a cloud and darkened the sun,
    down the mountain the molten rock begins to run,
    the volcano has taken charge and will have so much fun,
    nothing will interfere with this master until it's done. Disruptive, Destroying, and shaking the earth while the air becomes dry, read more »

    Al Gibson
  • 380.

    Imagine thunder and lightening streaking across the moonlit sky,
    streets are torn apart oozing out fiery lava.
    The Earth is barren and the once colorful oceans all dry,
    as a single warrior walks out of the fire as Earth's last savior. Imagine a heroic knight dashing across the shallow mirrored lake, as his mighty horse gallops with unnerving speed. read more »

    Jin S. Byun
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