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  • Rookie Olivia G (1/21/2008 7:42:00 PM) Post reply
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    HI.
    im doing a school project.
    and i need a few poems with figurative diction. and one or two with literal diction.
    any help?

  • Rookie Patricia Chastain (1/20/2008 9:38:00 PM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

    does any one know the poem 'trees' it starts, I think that i shall never see a poem as lovly as a tree.if any one knows this poem please e-mail me, at nd6274@webtv.net

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    • Rookie Tracy Horner (1/27/2008 4:44:00 PM) Post reply

      I have found this poem in: 'The Best Loved Poems of the American People' printed by Doubleday. It is in the 'Nature' section, page 561. Author is Joyce Kilmer, and is as follows: TREES (For Mrs. Hen ... more

  • Rookie Tony Milne (1/20/2008 11:21:00 AM) Post reply

    Greetings all,

    Hopefully someone here will be able to help me - I'm looking for a poem, (a gem that I found in a textbook when I was busy at the back of my English class not paying attention,) called 'Eugenisis' by William McIlanney. I've scowered the interwebs but I've had no luck in locating it. Any help would be appreciated.

    - T

  • Rookie Tammy Major (1/18/2008 10:45:00 AM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

    I am looking for a poem that I believe is called 'One Less at Home.' I read it at a funeral for my GOdparent's son & was trying to find it for my husband's great-grandmothers funeral. It was long & very meaningful. I had to stop a few times b/c I was crying. Can anyone help?

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    • Rookie Laura Burns (1/18/2008 8:38:00 PM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

      Is this it? One less at home! The charmed circle broken-a dear face, Missed day by day from its usual place, But cleansed, saved, perfected by grace, One more in heaven! One less on ea ... more

  • Rookie Deb Heske (1/17/2008 5:15:00 PM) Post reply

    Hope you all can help.
    really desperate to find a poem i once read in Daisy Goodwins column(now scrapped) for YOU magazine supplement in the mail on sunday.
    I cant remember any specifics, but the gist was about trying to look on the poitive side of things. That life sometimes turns out ok. That unknown circumstance may just turn out to be fine and that worrying about how things will go wont change the outcomes.Im sure it might have had a line in about a knock on a door, a stranger and a child that was once lost? ? ?

    HELP! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

  • Rookie Robert Raymond (1/15/2008 6:09:00 AM) Post reply | Read 2 replies

    I'm new and don't know how to add a poem, but I can't find 'The Sheaves' by EA Robinson. Maybe I'm mistaken about the title or author.

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  • Rookie Sinead Rooney (1/12/2008 7:26:00 AM) Post reply

    I am making a scrapbook for my niecess 18th bithday, and i was looking for a poem to use as a cover note- she is very jolly, full of life and i would like a poem to reflect her personality but not too 'deep'...can any one help? ?

    thanks
    Sinead

  • Rookie Alex K (1/10/2008 11:38:00 AM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

    Hey,
    I heard a poem about a month ago, it goes something like this;

    Wear it thin,
    Wear it out,
    Learn to do with less
    Or do without

    I know its old, but can anyone help me find out whom wrote it

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    • Rookie Laura Burns (1/10/2008 8:43:00 PM) Post reply

      It is usually: Use it up, Wear it out, Make it do, Or do without. I think it is just an old folk saying on frugality - I do not know of an author.

  • Rookie S Gibb (1/6/2008 10:31:00 PM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

    Can anyone tell me where I can find a funny little poem I saw once, it was about Everybody, Somebody, and Nobody. Everybody thought somebody would do the work but Nobody did. Something like that. I saw it years ago and I would like to post it for my staff at work but don't know where to look.
    Appreciated

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    • Rookie Laura Burns (1/7/2008 7:40:00 PM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

      This is a little story about four people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, and Nobody. There was an important job to be done and Everybody was sure that Somebody would do it. Anybody could hav ... more

  • Rookie Stephan Oberholzer (1/4/2008 2:06:00 AM) Post reply

    I have the following words and would like to know what the poems` title and who the poet is (the words and order could be slightly different) :

    'Drawn from the bubbling fountains,
    filled from the limits main,
    pent in steely heavens,
    clouds in low thunder complain,
    the sheep come bleat bleat, over the road.'

    Thank you,
    Sincerely,
    Stephan.

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