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  • Rookie spooky_doll@hotmail.com Holmes (2/10/2005 2:22:00 PM) Post reply
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    Hi, I'm very eager to find a poem for my father. Unfortunately I do not know the name or author, although my father is certain that the poem is called or is about a murder. He read the poem at school in the late 40's / early 50's and has been trying to find it ever since. I would very much appreciate anyone's help as I'm at a loss!

    The only line he can remember is as follows:

    'T'was night, and not a single star shone in the firmament on high'.

    The only poem I keep finding is called 'The Spacious Firmament on High' by Joseph Addison and that's not the one.

    If anyone can help I'd appreciate it soooo much!

    Thanks, Rachael.

  • Rookie Patrick Mclaughlin (2/9/2005 9:56:00 AM) Post reply

    I have been trying to find a copy of Lousia May Alcotts poem 'Sunlight' that was first published in Peterson's Magazine in September of 1851 (vol 20 no.3) Page number 110 It was authored under the pseudonym 'Flora Fairfield' It was her first published work. It is a poem in five stanzas. The first line: 'It comes from its far away home in the night'. I have been using every source I can find and still no luck locating this poem. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

  • Rookie PJ Parker (2/2/2005 10:10:00 AM) Post reply

    I'm looking for a poem I used to have and cannot find again. I do not know the author. But I know some of the words. If this rings a bell or you know it, PLEASE send to my email address: parker726@aol.com. Thank you SO much!

    You learn to water your own soul instead of waiting for someone else to bring you flowers. You learn that (? ? ?) are promises and kisses aren't contracts.

  • Rookie Leopold Ulysses (2/1/2005 6:01:00 AM) Post reply

    Trebala bi mi jedna pesma dve tri cetiri pet sest sedam osam devet pesama od Filipa Supoa (Phillippe Soupault) deset jedanaest

  • Rookie Fiona Thomson (1/29/2005 5:48:00 PM) Post reply | Read 2 replies

    I have been looking for a poem by Dixie Willson, called 'Honey Bear'. It starts off, 'Once upon a summer in the hills by the river
    Was a deep green forest where the wild things grew.
    There were caves as dark as midnight - there were tangled trees and thickets
    And a thousand little places where the sky looked through.'
    If anyone could help with the full text for the poem, I'd be delighted!
    Fiona

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    • Rookie Joanne Steele (4/13/2005 4:02:00 AM) Post reply

      A Poem for Peter Pan's Sister Once upon a summer in the hills by the river was a deep green forest where the wild things grew, There were caves as dark as midnight - there were tangled trees and ... more

    • Rookie Kennedy Snow (3/23/2005 9:27:00 AM) Post reply

      Did you find Honey Bear yet? KS, Vermont, USA

  • Rookie Latasha Scott (1/28/2005 2:18:00 PM) Post reply

    im looking for a poem called dear, fool its great

  • Rookie Anna Davies (1/26/2005 1:26:00 PM) Post reply | Read 2 replies

    hello out there...just curious if anyone has a recommendations of a good poet...i like the beat generation..and i really love charles bukowski and D.A Levy. anyone know any others i may enjoy?
    ahh thank you all
    much peace an luv.

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    • Rookie Eric Paul Shaffer (7/1/2005 1:25:00 PM) Post reply

      If you like Bukowski and Levy, you may like any of the following. I highly recommend the work of Lew Welch; his RING OF BONE is a classic. Then, check out Gary Snyder, Philip Whalen, Marge Piercy, A ... more

    • Rookie Britt Alkire (5/5/2005 6:00:00 PM) Post reply

      I like Denise Levertov. She is from the same period. Though more lyrical than someothers of her time, she writes often of isolation as a condition within, despair, etc. Let me know what you think ... more

  • Rookie Eilidh Macalister (1/26/2005 10:36:00 AM) Post reply | Read 2 replies

    I was just wondering if anyone was able to post 'Shooting star (s?) ' by Carol Ann Duffy. I have heard of the poem a couple of times but can't find it anywhere.

    Thanks very much

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    • Rookie Ingri Grimstad (3/14/2005 9:18:00 AM) Post reply | Read 2 replies

      Shooting stars By Carol Ann Duffy After I no longer speak they break our fingers to salvage my wedding ring. Rebecca Rachel Ruth Aaron Emmanuel David, stars on all our brows Be ... more

    • Rookie Tiffany D (1/27/2005 4:08:00 PM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

      Is this the poem you are looking for? ~ Shooting Star ~ Shooting star. Oh, shooting star How bright? Oh, how divine! Please grant me this one wish That you would make him mine. We met no ... more

  • Rookie Zev Shanken (1/21/2005 10:52:00 PM) Post reply

    I'm looking a line in a poem by James Wright that's something like this, 'I want to write the poems of a grown man.' I think it was in the poem whose title is something like this, 'To the Graduating Class of West Point.' I used to have the poem in Wright's Selected or Collected poems, but I lent the book out and now want to re-read the poem, but can't find the book nor remember the title well nor the exact line. Thanks for the help.
    - Zev Shanken

  • Rookie Bloom Léopold (1/19/2005 4:39:00 PM) Post reply

    PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE! ! ! Help me! ! ! I NEED really to read the poem of Beckett: Whoroscope! I've two VERY GOOD reasons: The first: I need it to finish my work on Descartes, and the second is, I LOVE BECKETT AND THE IRELAND! ! ! Well, that's all, so if someone could help me, or... I don't know, just, read me... My live might be more... glad! THANKS! ! !

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