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Poems About: EPIC

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  • 97.
    A Teens Epic Fall

    Sometimes i feel like the kid
    Whos standing in line
    Pretending its all fine
    When nothings alright read more »

    Daniel Gonzalez
  • 98.
    The Blade

    The Blade is my friend
    He makes me smile
    He relieves my pain
    Only for a while read more »

    Alexus Abrams
  • 99.
    India

    In this historical land of Moghuls and Rajah,
    The trodden and untouchable,
    The Gurus and Sanyasi,
    The epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata, read more »

    spiritual seeker
  • 100.
    The Stages Of Life

    On the stages of life
    many plays are performed.
    Some are little dramas
    while on others read more »

    David Harris
  • 101.
    To the grey

    Me and the mist,
    we got talking the other day,
    about black and white,
    about right and wrong, read more »

    ADITYA NITTOOR
  • 102.
    Mahabharata

    The world wanders in ruins -
    Evanescent wonders seven - incessantly inundated
    By tortous roars
    The seven seas converge at the edge read more »

    Kojo Owusu
  • 103.
    The Would Be Poet's Lament.

    I'm trying
    I'm really trying
    But all my thoughts
    In words go flying. read more »

    Margery Rehman
  • 104.
    reams of verse

    he wrote and rewrote
    revised and edited

    what he called verse read more »

    Michael Pruchnicki
  • 105.
    A Path to Wales

    An old woman set me on a path to Wales

    Where dragons roamed and Knights had homes read more »

    Sanjay Amruce
  • 106.
    Yesterday's Imagination

    Saving grace of living brings about a creation inborn,
    innate of God's plan.
    Taking risks on adjacent shores, tallying significant
    potential in bursts of energy on a sublime pathway read more »

    RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  • 107.
    Life Is A War.

    What is life other than an epic war
    That the prey and the predators wage
    And strengthen themselves against each other,
    Which results in the life evolution? read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 108.
    Blown to bits

    We pixelated with panic at being
    Down to our last epic comment
    In the supposedly open picnic.
    Being our same solipsistic selves, read more »

    Marcel Aouizerate
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