Looking For A Poem
(6/19/2007 4:19:00 PM)
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dear ppl out there Im looking for this poem can any one help me
I have just listened it once but i dont know who is the poet so cant figure out...this is a part of it
'Give me a guy
with a straight forward eye
a smile that he uses
but never abuses
and a grip that hurts your hand'
please help to find this
(6/10/2007 12:45:00 PM)
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I heard a poem by David Wagner today on a classical music station. The name of the poem is 'A Girl Playing in the Sand' by David Wagner. There is a poet by that name listed as a member of this site and I have sent him an E-Mail asking if he is the correct David Wagner. I am looking for a copy of this poem.
Can anyone help?
(6/9/2007 9:01:00 AM)
i am looking for a poem by sir edwin arnold about the victoria cross.
i thought it was 'the frist distribution of the victoria cross' which was published in 'the secret of death'. however, this is not the poem i want.
the poem i want has the following verse:
Thus saith the Queen: 'For him who gave
His life as nothing in the fight,
So he from Russian wrong might save
My crown, my people, and my right;
Let there be made a cross of bronze,
And grave thereon my queenly crest;
Write 'Valour' on its haughty scroll,
And hang it on his breast.'
anyone any ideas?
regards james murphy(email@example.com)
(6/5/2007 5:07:00 PM)
hello, i once read a poem my aunt gave me and cannot track it down does any one recognise part of it that i think went like this: Sleep on fair maiden and dream of heaven a while. Your rosey lips still where a smile and breath and sigh delicious sighs, now she murmers, now she speeks what most i wish but fear to know. and now how like a saint she sleeps, hands mantled over breasts of snow...........
(5/25/2007 10:34:00 AM)
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Help please, I am looking for the poem that talks about the difference between chaining the heart and loving somebody, and planting your own garden and with every goodbye we grow. It is pretty well known but I can't remember the name. Thank you :)Replies for this message:
(6/25/2007 6:31:00 PM)
After a While - by Veronica Shoffstall from 'Mirrors and other Insults', poetry by Veronica A. Shoffstall After a while you learn the subtle difference between holding a hand and chaining ... more
(6/18/2007 8:45:00 AM)
I first read this poem in 1986...a friend of mine had a copy of it. It was attributed to a 19-year-old named Veronica Shoftstall and the title was 'Comes the Dawn'. I've seen a 1971 copyrighted versio ... more
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(5/25/2007 4:02:00 AM)
Hi Im looking for a poem called 'Road 1904'. It's about a woman picking up an abandoned baby in the middle of road of a war-torn country. There is aline in the poem that goes 'Heavy as lead Heavy as the Dead' if that helps. I would REALLY appreciate it if someone could find it online for me. I have searched google and yahoo and on this site and cannot find it anywhere...
(5/24/2007 9:32:00 PM)
Im looking for a poem that would remind you of a football movie. You know like how the team isnt very good but the last game that win by just a little. I need a poem that would remind you of a song that starts playing right before the team wins the game. Any help would be appreciated.
(5/23/2007 7:01:00 AM)
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I am looking for a poem that surprised me years ago. I do not remember who wrote it or the name of it for sure. the name of it is something like 'why should I love you' one verse of it goes 'David stands a head above you, Dick's as brave as Lancelot' The ending was such an unexpected surprise when I originally read the poem I copied it and carried it around for about 3 years. I want to share the poem with my daughter and cannot find it. I had always associated it with Emily Dickenson but I think I am mistaken about that.
(5/20/2007 12:27:00 AM)
Hey, I am looking for poems by the writer Versa Clark, but I haven't been able to locate any. If anyone ever happens to find one please reply to this.
(5/16/2007 4:47:00 AM)
I heard a lovely poem called The Unloved by Kathleen Raine on Radio 4 last Sunday night. I've searched everywhere I can think of on the web for it without success. Anyone got any ideas or a copy they can email. Thx, Melvyn
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