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CANONICAL POEMS


In this page, poems on / about “canonical” are listed.

  • 13.
    The Gentleman

    Born and raised a proper,
    Tux and tails with a stiff white collar
    Standing proud, tall and thin,
    But it seems like, life just bugged him read more »

  • 14.
    Political ways

    Political ways….
    China some atypical ways is acts to suppress our human right. They are afraid to let their peoples have right as to says and address their human weakness so as serious as manic men. Firstly they lie. Latter they squeeze. Final when their emotions floods as nursing wrath they run amuck and kill.
    Even any no apolitical men should kowtow well and to do pretended men with yes to reply to china tyrants all.
    Nothing canonical math but all are debts and cheating read more »

  • 15.
    Elysium's Chimney

    Subtly now but every day
    Grandmothers are passing away
    Thoughtlessly they are floating upward.
    The sky is greeting them read more »

  • 16.
    The Tawdry Apostrophe (Extended Metaphor) Part 5

    All tensely waiting, I see, for the well known party game
    the apostrophe case of the possessive looking place name.
    You know, a landmark that’s someone’s name plus an s ending.
    Well that is the boa constrictor that needs taming read more »

  • 17.
    ángelos

    All of hands of tongue of talk; wanders as we walk,
    hushed into whispers, etching the ether
    over skylarking streets; - scratchy branches sleep
    hunched – our voices tremble; read more »

  • 18.
    The Apocrypha Of William O'Shaunessy: Book II, XII

    Among the ancients of our people, the Hellenic homeland and its numerous colonies and sister cities, the poet was a figure uniquely admired and deeply feared. It is well known that poems can always be altered by a poet and that read more »

  • 19.
    My approach to love

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    Explicit content. Reader's discretion is advised.
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  • 20.
    architects

    Architectural power is in vogue.
    Architects are never vague,
    which is why they are so close
    to power centers. They have class, read more »

  • 21.
    enough

    When you think you’ve said enough,
    and the going gets too rough,
    think of Delacroix who said
    it’s not enough until you’re dead, read more »

  • 22.
    Tunbridge Wells

    At five this morn, when Phoebus raised his head
    From Thetis' lap, I raised myself from bed,
    And mounting steed, I trotted to the waters
    The rendesvous of fools, buffoons, and praters, read more »

  • 23.
    Tunbridge Wells

    At five this morn, when Phoebus raised his head
    From Thetis' lap, I raised myself from bed,
    And mounting steed, I trotted to the waters
    The rendesvous of fools, buffoons, and praters, read more »

  • 24.
    Noon

    At times a bird slides through the glossy air,
    O'er the enamelled woodlands; but no chirp
    Of song is heard: all's dumb and panting heat. read more »

New Canonical Poems

  1. Lover - An Earnest Plea, Dilantha Gunawardana
  2. Legacy Of The Virtuous, Dilantha Gunawardana
  3. And the Shrines Came Crumbling!, Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu
  4. - Covenant, Giorgio Venetopoulos
  5. Political ways, cheung shun sang
  6. canonical too, Charles Hice
  7. Canonical KING, Charles Hice
  8. The Gentleman, Eric Paeplow
  9. The Apocrypha Of William O'Shaunessy: Bo.., Peter Boyle
  10. The Dwarves of Tao-Chou, Bai Juyi
  11. The Watchers, Mason Maestro
  12. My approach to love, Ratan ...
  13. The Dwarfs of Tao-Chou, Po Chu-I
  14. Noon, Thomas Aird
  15. An appointment upon the vespers, Marcus McKinley
  16. Hudibras: Part 1 - Canto III, Samuel Butler
  17. The Ghost - Book IV, Charles Churchill
  18. By their fruits you shall know them, zaheer uddin
  19. Battle Of Hastings - II, Thomas Chatterton
  20. Don Juan: Canto The Ninth, George Gordon Byron
  21. enough, gershon hepner
  22. ángelos, Chris McInnes
  23. The Tawdry Apostrophe (Extended Metaphor.., Philip Housiaux
  24. Elysium's Chimney, Robert Rorabeck
  25. ** (My first attempt at satire), asma bahrainwala
  26. architects, gershon hepner
  27. Tunbridge Wells, John Wilmot
  28. Tunbridge Wells, Lord John Wilmot
  29. The Cubical Domes, David Gascoyne
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