New Poems


 

Poet Poem
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet Youth by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
Alas, the Spirit lingers, but its hand
No more the barque sustains. The daring youth
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet An Incident by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
A simple thing, yet chancing as it did,
When life was bright with its illusive dreams,
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet Religion by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
Alone, yet not alone, the heart doth brood
With a sad fondness o'er its hidden grief;
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet Manhood by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
Still onward goes the barque— the tide
Bears it along where breakers foam and roar,
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet To Portland by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
To Portland.
(From A Centennial Poem)
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet Old Age by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
Thy mission is accomplished— painter— sage,
Look to thy crown of glory— for thy brow
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet Progression by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
Hope on, hope on, O restless heart!
Though dark the hour may be-
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet The Drowned Mariner by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
A MARINER sat on the shrouds one night;
The wind was piping free;
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet The Bard by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
It cannot be, the baffled heart, in vain,
May seek, amid the crowd, its throbs to hide;
Ravi Yadav Amethiya poet शोषण by Ravi Yadav Amethiya Rookie
वो तेरा इंतज़ार करना रास्तों में याद है,
कभी तो आओगे तुम, इस तरफ इस डगर।
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet A Dream by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
I dreamed last night, that I myself did lay
Within the grave, and after stood and wept,
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet Poesy by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
With no fond, sickly thirst for fame, I kneel,
Oh, goddess, of the high-born art to thee;
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet Unattained by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
Alone we stand to solve the doubt,
Alone to work salvation out,
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet The Amaranth by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
Thou art not of earth, thou beautiful thing,
With thy changeless form and hue-
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet The Sinless Child Part 5 by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
The loud winds rattled at the door—
The shutters creaked and shook,
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet Childhood by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
Thou poet-painter, preacher of great truth,
Far more suggestive thine than written tome
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet The Sinless Child Part 7 by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
'Twas night—bright beamed the silver moon,
And all the stars were dim;
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet The Sinless Child Part 1 by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
Whilom ago, in lowly life,
Young Eva lived and smiled,
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet The Sinless Child Introduction by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
Sweet Eva! Shall I send thee forth
With other hearts to speak?
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet The Sinless Child Part 6 by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
'Tis the summer prime, when the noiseless air
In perfumed chalice lies,
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet The Sinless Child Part 3 by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
As years passed on, no wonder, each
An inward grace revealed;
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet The Unattained by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
And is this life? and are we born for this?
To follow phantoms that elude the grasp,
Elizabeth Oakes Smith poet The Acorn by Elizabeth Oakes Smith
AN acorn fell from an old oak tree,
And lay on the frosty ground
Myra Sklarew poet The Skin of Sleep by Myra Sklarew
The skin of sleep
is thin. It will not hold.
Myra Sklarew poet Monuments by Myra Sklarew
Today the moon sees fit to come between a parched earth
and sun, hurrying the premature darkness. A rooster in the yard
[Report Error]