Top 100 Poems About: FATE
Top 100 Poems on / about
- carpe diem
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
2.Acceptance Of Fate
Of all the lessons learned in life
By every creed in turn,
Acceptance is the costliest
Mankind has had to learn. read more »GREENWOLFE 1962
3.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
4.Read Your Fate
A world's disappearing.
You were too narrow,
Too much in the shade already. read more »Charles Simic
5.! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! A Tryst With Fate! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
A ten year old with chilled water bottles in hand
Runs as cars halt, and traffic signal turns red.
On a hot sultry day, says to the lady, it’s a good brand.
Wipes his nose with his torn shirt sleeve, as it bled. read more »Mamta Agarwal
6.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
7.(the) Fate Of Fatal Lovers
Fated to be in a togetherness...
No one comprehends but them.
The fate of fatal lovers, read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
8.Harbinger Of Fate
In the roads we travel,
our destination is always
a tiny speck on the horizon
where it meets the greeting dawn. read more »David Harris
9...No Matter What Fate May Bring.....
Let me be the one who will be there for you
Let me be the one who you see the world through her eyes
Let me wake you every morning and telling you
I am glad that you are in my life read more »Little Sunshine
10.A Critic's Fate
The officer who would not like the name of borderguard,
took his green passport, open at the photo page.
Flipping his fingers while one eye was kept on Mitch,
and chewed a wad of chewing gum that threatened to escape read more »Herbert Nehrlich
11.Fate And Fortune
Fate and Fortune (A Triolet)
Two men called out, knocking our gate:
'We sell sundry clothes and costumes: read more »Dr. Tulsi Hanumanthu
12.The Slushy Fate Of Cheese With The Mantis
The cheese undressed from its packaging
it felt oh so bare and tawdry but hoped
some saviour might run run run dash
the cheese excited the mantis read more »poem hater