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  • Rookie Frances Maw (3/11/2005 1:20:00 AM) Post reply
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    Looking for poems suitable for choral work. Infants (5-7 yrs) , Lower primary(8-9yrs) Upper Primary (10-11yrs) australian country tow eisteddfod- nothing too heavy- humour would be great.
    Frances maw

  • Rookie Ramond Ramond (3/11/2005 1:11:00 AM) Post reply

    one of the apothegm poems by Friedrich von Schiller in 1796.
    I need its standard English version.
    The title is 'Fountain (od spring?) of Youth'
    The content might be:
    Trust me, it's not the myth:
    There is really a Youth Fountain flowing everlastingly.
    You question me: where is it?
    -It's contained in the poetic arts.

    This is my version. I need expert version.

  • Rookie Kevin Krueger (3/10/2005 12:19:00 PM) Post reply

    I don't know if this is really a 'looking for a poem' subject, but I am currently writing a research paper on Ted Hughes for my senior year of high school. I have looked everywhere, and I cannot find which collections the five poems I chose came from, the poems being 'Wind, ' 'Hawk Roosting, ' 'Bride and Groom Lie Hidden for Three Days, ' 'Tractor, ' and 'The Harvest Moon.' If anyone could let me know where I can find which collections they came from, or if you can let me know the actual collections it would be much appreciated.

  • Rookie Mrs Fire (3/6/2005 11:09:00 AM) Post reply

    Hi All, I Have searched everywhere for a poem that was read at my Mothers funeral. Unfortunately no one seems to have a copy of it: -(
    I don't have much info, but hopefully someone out there will be able to help me, as my daughter is getting married and would like it read at her wedding in rememberance of her Grandmother. It had something to do with a train or a caboose and the journey you take before you die. Anxiously awaiting responses

  • Rookie Paul Yates (3/5/2005 7:17:00 PM) Post reply

    Does any one know the poem with the line'the blood of englishmen has enriched the soil of many lands.

  • Rookie Richard Laurie (3/2/2005 3:05:00 PM) Post reply

    help please I know this a vauge question but 'and all my sorrows were put to sleep' is from a poem i read recently i know its by a famous poet the only problem is that i dont remember the poets name or the poem really that the line is from anyone that can please help would be greatly appericated

  • Rookie J M (2/28/2005 1:52:00 PM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

    I'm looking for a lovely poem that I heard at a funeral.
    I think it's called reflections and the verses in in go something along the lines of ' I'm sorry I left you, .... it wasn't my intention.

    Thanx for any help u can give - i've searched everywhere.

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    • Rookie Claire Clegg (7/22/2005 12:59:00 PM) Post reply

      i DONT KNOW IF YOU ARE STILL LOOKING FOR REFLECTIONS BUT IT WAS ON THE ORDER OF SERVICE OF A FUNERAL i ATTENDED RECENTLY, where the young man had taken his own life, it goes Another day to wonder ... more

  • Rookie Cleopatra Mahlalela (2/28/2005 3:55:00 AM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

    hi guys, I'm looking for poems in this site that are analyzed. i struggle a lot in class when I have to analyze a poem. thank you guys

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    • Rookie louis sacre croix (3/1/2005 12:10:00 PM) Post reply

      Hi Cleopatra. I had the same problem as you, try putting the name of the poem you want analysed in the search engine with the word analysis or meaning and you should get information you can use. M ... more

  • Rookie Kathy Turner (2/27/2005 1:50:00 PM) Post reply

    I'm looking for a poem my Grandmother used to recite to me. Can't remember much but it was about the four seasons. She would animate falling leaves, getting covered by a blanket of snow that kept the sleeping flower buds warm until spring. I know that is not much to go on, but if anyone has any ideas - I'd appreciate it. Thank you.

  • Rookie Donald Cooper (2/23/2005 9:33:00 AM) Post reply

    Anyone seen 'Grace Darling's Deathbed' by Henry Francis Lyte?

    I had this poem in a book that got lost and have looked for it ever since.

    Very poignant poem - describes the heroine's life after the famous rescue and her eventual tragic early death.


    Don Cooper

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