Top 100 Poems About: EPIC


In this page, poems on / about “epic” are listed.
  • 1.
    Epic

    I have lived in important places, times
    When great events were decided, who owned
    That half a rood of rock, a no-man's land
    Surrounded by our pitchfork-armed claims. read more »

    Patrick Kavanagh
  • 2.
    The Epic Stars

    The heroic stars spending themselves,
    Coining their very flesh into bullets for the lost battle,
    They must burn out at length like used candles;
    And Mother Night will weep in her triumph, taking home her heroes. read more »

    Robinson Jeffers
  • 3.
    Ramayana Epic Poem.

    Ramayana the epic poem of India
    The story of a noble kingdom
    The story of noble couple
    The story of truth, sacrifice read more »

    Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  • 4.
    The Epic Of Sadness

    Your love taught me to grieve
    and I have been in need, for centuries
    a woman to make me grieve read more »

    Nizar Qabbani
  • 5.
    # 3 Epic Chronicles: Dear Diary

    Dear diary I have to unleash the pain inside of me
    Name is…Charles Hamilton, my pain has been confined you see
    But I must let it out on the pages because I rather speak privately read more »

    Leland Wright
  • 6.
    Another Love Epic

    Deep blue ocean waves
    Crawling at ivory white sandy beach
    From a long journey
    A thousand miles away read more »

    Sulaiman Mohd Yusof
  • 7.
    The Epic Of The Lion

    A Lion in his jaws caught up a child--
    Not harming it--and to the woodland, wild
    With secret streams and lairs, bore off his prey-- read more »

    Victor Marie Hugo
  • 8.
    # 1 Epic Chronicles: Love Dying

    Blood swarming a cold heart
    Love far deeper than Starsky & Hutch
    My love shall never bleed through the pavement or rust
    For it is far deeper than the feeling when we touch read more »

    Leland Wright
  • 9.
    # 5 Epic Chronicles: Arch Nemesis

    Hatred - Killa Jack

    Worse than a demon, I am a bi-polar animal
    Live with mammals that happen to be cannibals read more »

    Leland Wright
  • 10.
    (3) The Epic Is Dead

    Lean, fast
    lonely greyhounds,
    you are ghosts
    of the past read more »

    Luis Gil de la Puente
  • 11.
    Sent To Mr. Haley, On Reading His Epistles On Epic Poetry

    What blooming garlands shall the Muses twine,
    What verdant laurels weave, what flowers combine,
    To crown their favorite Son whose generous heart read more »

    Henry James Pye
  • 12.
    # 7 Epic Chronicle: Padded Room

    I woke up in an insane asylum; does this mean my mind numb?
    Tried to break out of the padded room, because I can’t feel any sun
    Can’t reach any fun from a psycho unless he has a gun
    Doctors try to evaluate me, but I look at them and told them… read more »

    Leland Wright
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