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By: Dennis Siluk
I know I keep saying I don't like to do articles on poetry, but I do, maybe because of all the writing in the world out there, I respect poetry above all the rest.My wife was looking over a poem of mi (read entire article)
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By: Santhanam Nagarajan
Have you ever read the inspirational, motivational poem written by Nobel Laureate Rudyard Kipling?Do you want to know who can be called as a Leader, a Man? At the time of depression, do you want to k (read entire article)
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By: Dennis Siluk
1—Mother's UrnIf there is anything sadder than my mothers urn, I can't picture it. To this day, I can't fathom another loss, quite like that one.In fact, no one believes I keep it in my china cab (read entire article)
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By: AskProfessors.com
Amazing as it may sound, there is a real shortage of good writers and poets. Try telling that to the thousands of writers and poets who get daily (read entire article)
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By: Rose DesRochers
Poets are warned to be leery of where they publish their work ,whether it is a vanity publishing house, pod publisher or a magazine.  Look at the (read entire article)
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By: malcolm pugh
All Hail.Is your hospital full of aliens, despite the cleaning firms,Antenna waving buggies, And creepy crawly germs,Then dont waste anothe (read entire article)
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By: Rose DesRochers
Many of you have likely seen the following contest “Free Amateur Poetry Contest $10,000 grand prize, Enter Now!”, and you have most likely sent off (read entire article)
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By: Rose DesRochers
Poetry is made up of so many specific patters and language. There are as many forms of poetry as there are writers who pen it. Here I have gather some (read entire article)
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By: J. Kenneth Ezra
The people of the middle-east have been enduring wars for thousands of years. Hear this original poem about the feelings of those who left because of war. Abraham hailed from the city of UR in ancie (read entire article)
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By: Dennis Siluk
1) Tone of MinnesotaThere are the woods, where time has treaded— This is Minnesota, here where the winds talk and Rise on the ancient rivers; where the virgin woods Nurtures the autumn leaves an (read entire article)
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By: Dennis Siluk
11)An October Afternoon in Lima, PeruThe sun sets upon my brow A book upon my lap— The city's cars I hear nearby —as a realm of thoughts… Sink deep into my mind—I am subdued by the cooing (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
Are you tired of being in fear of this or that or what ever it is today? Are you tired of the BS and Hokum from the folks who brought us Y2K?Are you sitting down and watching too much TV until your re (read entire article)
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By: Dennis Siluk
The Mad Planet (Yillum the Great))The Cadaverous Planets))Chapter One The Grotto CityAll of Moiromma (a frozen planet beyond earth´s solar system), was in rage. The mad planet and its several horde (read entire article)
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By: Dennis Siluk
11) Legend of the TurronLegend has it: in the land of the Incas, In the fields of the Incas: in their great Harvests, so came the Turron—: formed in the Shape of stepped Gardens (with eggs, yest (read entire article)
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By: Saundra L. Washington
I tried to catch the wind But instead the wind caught me, It raised me to great heights before I landed in a tree.I tried to catch my shadow But I failed at all my chances, For my shadow is qu (read entire article)
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By: Garry Gamber
James Henry Leigh Hunt was a 19th century essayist, critic, poet, and publisher. Many English poets and writers were contemporaries of Leigh Hunt, including John Keats, Lord Byron, Percy Bysshe Shell (read entire article)
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By: Garry Gamber
She walks in beauty, like the night Of cloudless climes and starry skies; And all that's best of dark and bright Meet in her aspect and her eyes: Thus mellow'd to that tender light Which heaven (read entire article)
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By: Dennis Siluk
1) Yaravi: for the CondorLift up ye everlasting wingsTo heights above Rucu-Pichincha(old volcano)Whence far thy fly to lands unknown To heights of ampler fates!The condor sings her Yaravi!…With wi (read entire article)
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By: Howard Keith
The Past, The Present And The Future, A Compulsive Gambler's Thoughts Part 4 is a collection of poems that express what I was going through during the last ten years of my life. Through this experien (read entire article)
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By: Howard Keith
The Past, The Present And The Future, A Compulsive Gambler's Thoughts Part 1 is a collection of poems that express what I was going through during the last ten years of my life. Through this experien (read entire article)
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By: Howard Keith
The Past, The Present And The Future, A Compulsive Gambler's Thoughts Part 2 is a collection of poems that express what I was going through during the last ten years of my life. Through this experien (read entire article)
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By: Lillian Brummet
"Retired professor of Microbiology, Harry Gilleland certainly has a variety of experiences and thought-provoking insights to share in his latest poetry book, Gilleland Poetry – Storoems and Po (read entire article)
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By: Devrie Paradowski
You've been writing poetry since that first assignment in your high school writing class. You know the rules about writing poetry, right? Are there rules? Well, if you frequent the poetry forums acros (read entire article)
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By: Fran Watson
Ed Gallagher Dec. 11, 1907 - Sept. 5, 2004This poem was written for Ed Gallagher, a good friend and neighbour on the day his wife called me to let me know that he was in the hospital and wasn't expec (read entire article)
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By: Fran Watson
You are to me my lifeline my security. That scares me. I never wanted to trust again that much I got hurt too badly the last time. I swore I'd never do it again, never let the trust out of my hands in (read entire article)
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