Top 100 Poems About: FATE


In this page, poems on / about “fate” are listed.
  • 1.
    The Way Of Fate

    The soul which endures cruelty,
    Shall forever stand as stone.
    As the perpetrator, in the end,
    Shall be put to death and die alone. read more »

    Katherine Grams
  • 2.
    Men Of Prometheus Such Is Their Fate...

    Mistrust and hatred
    Follow the men who
    Clamor for change and
    Call for a break with ancient tradition... read more »

    Marie-Sophie Geoffrey
  • 3.
    The Fate Of Deirdre And Naoise

    I'm kept in seclusion,
    For many a long year.
    I'm having illusions,
    Of a man so dear. read more »

    Virginia O'Malley
  • 4.
    Fate

    Deep in the man sits fast his fate
    To mould his fortunes, mean or great:
    Unknown to Cromwell as to me
    Was Cromwell's measure or degree; read more »

    Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • 5.
    The Winds Of Fate

    One ship drives east and another drives west
    With the selfsame winds that blow.
    Tis the set of the sails
    And not the gales read more »

    Ella Wheeler Wilcox
  • 6.
    Read Your Fate

    A world's disappearing.
    Little street,
    You were too narrow,
    Too much in the shade already. read more »

    Charles Simic
  • 7.
    Fate Of A Broken Heart

    Fate Of A Broken Heart

    By Ashraf Gohar Goreja read more »

    Ashraf Gohar Goreja
  • 8.
    Odysseus' Fate

    Through horrors of land and horrors of sea
    Bereft and wandering, Odysseus,
    God-fearing wretch, sought Ithaca;
    Unfaltering, he plunged into the gloom of Hades; read more »

    Konstantin Nikolaevich Batiushkov
  • 9.
    Marlburyes Fate

    When Londons fatal bills were blown abroad
    And few but Specters travel'd on the road,
    Not towns but men in the black bill enrol'd
    Were in Gazetts by Typographers sold: read more »

    Benjamin Tompson
  • 10.
    The Fate Of Bass

    On the snow-line of the summit stood the Spaniard's English slave;
    And the frighted condor westward flew afar---
    Where the torch of Cotopaxi lit the wide Pacific wave,
    And the tender moon embraced a new-born star. read more »

    Mary Hannay Foott
  • 11.
    Fate And Conscience

    In one corner sat my conscience
    In the other stood my fate
    My conscience it called out to me
    Asking to negotiate read more »

    David Keig
  • 12.
    Fate Whose Slave I Never Was

    Fate, whose slave I never was*
    And henceforth—shall never be
    I shall chart my own course, does read more »

    Sandra Robert
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