Poems About: ELEGY
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361.Excuse Us Please!
Excuse Us Please!
Extended is an apology from a little fluffy heap
To ever voracious and stinking greedy sheep
To ever leaking sapful horses which love to peep read more »Swami Jeevan Ekin
362.Ch 01 Manner of Kings Story 32
An impostor arranged his hair in a peculiar fashion, pretended to be a descendant of A'li and entered the town with a caravan from the Hejaz, saying that he had just arrived from a pilgrimage. He also presented an elegy to the king, alleging that he had himself composed it. One of the king’s courtiers, who had that year returned from a journey, said: "I have seen him at Bosrah on the Azhah festival, then how can he be a Haji?" Another said: "His father was a Christian at Melitah. How can he be a descendant of A'li? And his poetry has been found in the Divan of Anvari." The king ordered him to be beaten and expelled the country for his great mendacity. The man said: "O lord of the surface of the earth, I shall say something more and, if it is not true, I shall deserve any punishment which thou mayest decree." He asked: "What is it?"’
When a stranger brings before thee buttermilk
Two measures of it will be water and a spoonful sour milk. read more »Saadi Shirazi
363.ears of corn
In the synagogues they pray with ears
of corn, and listen to the shadows’ sound,
because no still and silent voice for years
has whispered, and no glory is around. read more »gershon hepner
365.The Lake Poets
You have heard of William Wordsworth he was bard of Cockermouth
And he truly was a great poet if that ever was in doubt
And with Southey and With Coleridge they became known as the lake poets
And they made the Lake District famous and some famous poems they wrote. read more »Francis Duggan
366.Night Drive Chorus
Hear that crack
of the split screen passing
-brisk chill burst
Scraped chisel shriek read more »Chris Osterbrock
367.A VEILED MIND
A mind too can be veiled
The truth strikes the terrains of prudence.
'You begin your search and you will be hailed
By most minds veiled with cadence'! read more »M.D DINESH NAIR
368.'CATCH THEM YOUNG' I SAY..
I will blend two minds and will shout aloud
To the world, ' Here is the final human mind'.
I will infuse two hundred passions in to it and will sing aloud
To the throngs, 'Here is a mind that sans no glory heard ever'. read more »M.D DINESH NAIR
369.On A Dusty Lane
On a dusty lane in Crowne Plaza
We happen to meet,
'Why do you turn them away'?
'Why do i lower them down'? read more »feroz rather
370.Upon Outing My Friend As an Optimist
I want the old you back.
You were my Edgar Allen Poet
and I could always be sure
that no matter how crappy I felt, read more »Sonny Rainshine
371.The Mirage of Music
The music of dawn opened my eyes
the birds were singing in the elysian sunrise;
my thoughts held me close to my heart
and made me a beatific dream read more »Saberi Roy
372.The Grim Reaper.
For centuries come and gone
You have been.
Season upon season
Your name fades not read more »Chinwe Azubuike