Poems About: EPIC
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
361.The Moody Blues 'Arrive' at The Falklands (2003)
When I was young and life was shiny and bright
I'd put on a record and turn out the light
Just to absorb the words that were said
As I lay transfixed on the top of my bed read more »Stephen Price
Harken fellow brothers and listen to me tell
Of bravery and courage and evil as well
It is the tale of Ynot the Minstrel
Whose gift of word came from the gods read more »Tony Phung
363.Maha Nanda Sharma (1924-) As A Poet
Maha Nanda Sharma who used to teach in a college
Before moving to Meerut University
Did his Ph.D. on P.G.Wodehouse read more »Bijay Kant Dubey
364.Never Comes True..
The night in slumber,
lies beside me.
I grope but can't find
the desired you! read more »Neela Nath
365.MaryAnne LightburnKatlyn McGinn
366.Zafur's Prophetic Dream
She stands, poised under the heavens of Planet Aeon
Zafur’s squad besieged, as aircraft aviate skies agleam
Unafraid, foreseen by gods. This day! A war would spawn.
“We seek no defeat.” This is Zafur’s prophetic dream. read more »Akili Amina
367.A DIVINE DAY - I
Winter hibernation of frogs, bears and squirrels is a wonder!
Routine hibernation of animals is common in ice cold regions!
Frogs going below ice water, squirrels going into tree boroughs,
Polar bears taking shelter in ice caves are natural happenings! read more »Ramesh T A
368.The Last to Leave
The guns were silent, and the silent hills
had bowed their grasses to a gentle breeze
I gazed upon the vales and on the rills,
And whispered, "What of these?' and "What of these? read more »Leon Gellert
369.The Gardener XXXVIII: My Love, Once upon a Time
My love, once upon a time your poet
launched a great epic in his mind.
Alas, I was not careful, and it struck
your ringing anklets and came to read more »Rabindranath Tagore
370.A Song of the Pen
Not for the love of women toil we, we of the craft,
Not for the people's praise;
Only because our goddess made us her own and laughed,
Claiming us all our days, read more »Andrew Barton Paterson
371.Genoa and the Mediterranean.
O epic-famed, god-haunted Central Sea,
Heave careless of the deep wrong done to thee
When from Torino's track I saw thy face first flash on me. read more »Thomas Hardy
372.William H. Herndon
There by the window in the old house
Perched on the bluff, overlooking miles of valley,
My days of labor closed, sitting out life's decline,
Day by day did I look in my memory, read more »Edgar Lee Masters