Poems About: EPIC
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1.Epic Grand Doer
Epic Grand Doer
Epic Grand Doer
the novel listed is not the one from me the novel is beyond my prose beyond my creative poems past all the short funny storyies that eye write is the novel
it might never bare fruition perhaps in my old old age the novel would have grandeur on a scale of past mistakes the vast sweeping epic the long tome the novel would be born read more »Charles Hice
This poem is epic
so I named it so
it's more epic than wind and snow
which are in there own respects quite epic read more »Torben Duncan
This one is for the Ladies, They're Looking so Amazing.
Let's Get crazy, ain't Nothing gonna save me.
Make this an epic night
Make this an epic Night.. read more »Jojo JAC
You have an epic smile,
shining brightly to challenge the sun. read more »Brian Hinckley
5.ULLALIM, THE EPIC OF LOVE OF THE MADUCAYAN
ULLALIM, THE EPIC OF LOVE OF THE MADUCAYAN
By Melvin Banggollay Jr.
An ullalim epic is a traditional music and poetry form of the Philippines. These are long chanted stories passed down for hundreds of years that tell the exploits of heroes. They are classics of the Malayo-Polynesian language family. The most skilled poets would memorize epic cycles that took two to four days to recite during all-night dramatic performances. Two examples of precolonial (before the Spanish came) epics that survive today are Biag ni Lam-ang (Legend of Lamang) in Ilocano (a northern Luzon dialect) and Ibalon in Bicol (a southern Luzon dialect) . The term ullalim is sometimes used today to refer to that style of song, but the real ullalim is the epic poem of the Kalinga people. An article I read says that the singer would dress up in brilliant, flashy clothes like the hero described in the story. read more »MELVIN BANGGOLLAY
Swimming, attacking, winning
Death in the sea by his horn read more »Bob Ubetcha
7.O Singer of the epic war history
O Singer of the epic war history,
O Singer of life and liberation hoary,
Of brazen battlefields, long desolate,
O Singer of Gita’s ageless glory. read more »Aniruddha Pathak
8.My Mom’s Epic
My mom is so epic,
My kin doesn’t know what to do,
She handles things her own way,
She is a tree, mighty and strong, read more »Qeeony Luv
9.The Future, Unknown
Within the dread of the moment
I must dought that Shakespeare
Sat up all night, Writing his plays
Knowing they'd be timeless read more »Brie Carter
10.The Iliad Odyssey: The Summary Of A Man
Odysseus indeed in spoils of war
with cunning brave heart, cleverly won,
many a fair desirable noble women
while his wife loyally waited, on Ithaca, read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
11.A War Between Ravna And Kauravas
Rama fought Ravna and killed him.
The good prevailed over the evil.
Thus spoke Ramayana the Epic.
Pandavas fought Kauravas and killed them. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
12.Epics are stories.
A hero in the Epic is exalted,
Justified and defended for his acts
By the wit of the writer to the taste
Of the readers. Read epics for a taste. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.