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Latest published poems

April 18th

23:10 Slices, by satishverma

April 17th

23:13 Counterfeits, by satishverma

April 16th

22:49 BAILOUT, by satishverma

April 15th

23:18 LESS ASYLUM, by satishverma

April 14th

23:18 ANEMIA, by satishverma

April 13th

21:14 PARADISE, by satishverma

April 12th

21:07 OLDIE, by satishverma

April 11th

22:37 MIRAGE, by satishverma

April 9th

22:56 DOLPHINS, by satishverma

April 8th

22:40 ASHES OF HATE, by satishverma

April 7th

22:29 PILL, by satishverma

April 6th

22:56 CRANIUM, by satishverma

April 4th

22:40 ANCIENT ADDRESS, by satishverma

April 3rd

22:57 THE STINGS, by satishverma

April 2nd

23:03 RAINS ARE COMING, by satishverma

April 1st

23:02 Bleeding Heart, by satishverma

12:44 Let Optimism Always Blossom, by mvvenkataraman

March 31st

22:32 FAULT LINE, by satishverma

March 30th

23:40 WHERE HE WAS, by satishverma

March 29th

22:50 …… OF HUMANITY, by satishverma

March 28th

23:19 FALLING CRUMBS, by satishverma

March 25th

21:08 WHEN NIGHT WEEPS, by satishverma

March 24th

21:16 MISSING PORTRAIT, by satishverma

March 23rd

22:34 YOU, by satishverma

March 22nd

22:49 GO AWAY, by satishverma

March 21st

22:29 INNOCENCE, by satishverma

March 20th

0:34 QUESTION, ANSWER, by satishverma

March 18th

22:56 WHAT ENDING?, by satishverma

March 17th

21:07 …… MUST UNBELIEVE, by satishverma

March 16th

21:23 …… Distant Shores, by satishverma

Directory of Poetry


Florence Anthony Poems

Published by Joanne

FlorenceFlorence Anthony was a 20th century, mixed-race American poet who worked hard to create the image of a hard-hitting, uncompromising writer who was never afraid to delve into the murky worlds of sexual exploitation and domestic violence. How much of this is semi-autobiographical is open to conjecture and it is easy to speculate that something (or someone) may have driven her to write the material that she wrote. She was recognised for her work with the award of a number of poetry prizes and fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Fellowship for the Arts, among others. At various times she was engaged as a visiting poet and associate professor at a number of universities and she was also contracted to teach at the Oklahoma State University. Away from the literary world she spent some time in New York City, dealing …

Latest fusioned poems

June 9th

22:30 Roses are red, started by fullerg First poem published by this users on My poetic side

March 22nd

23:06 Walking The Sidewalks Of Brooklyn, started by bigwolf

March 10th

11:00 The Morning, started by bigwolf

August 16th

16:00 Stare, started by ianhm

June 22nd

9:30 you and me, started by rajat mahaych

November 18th

10:00 aspired prince, started by sarah

November 5th

23:00 First Love, started by shubert

October 17th

22:30 Jane Smile, started by SauravRHS

April 23rd

17:00 In my direction., started by Lifewellspoken

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Directory of Poetry


Erasmus Darwin Poems

Published by Joanne

edErasmus Darwin was a leading figure in 18th century England in the fields of medicine, science, philosophy and poetry. His talents were almost limitless and he was, literally, a larger than life figure of a man who, when visiting patients, used to send his driver ahead of him. The driver, also a large man, would test the strength of the floors in the house before Dr Darwin crossed the threshold. He lived his whole life in the Midlands area of England and it is, perhaps, for this reason that he turned down King George III’s invitation to be Royal Physician.

He was born on the 12th December 1731 into an aristocratic family at Elston Hall which is close to Newark on Trent in Nottinghamshire. He was the younger of seven siblings and his early education was at Chesterfield Grammar School. He then went …


Elizabeth Daryush Poems

Published by Joanne

daryThe English poet Elizabeth Daryush attracted a fair amount of criticism for the “proper” language that she used, and the style that she adopted, when writing her poems. She should not be blamed for it though as she grew up during Victorian and Edwardian times where it was perfectly normal for a young woman of her background to write in the way that she did. It is to her credit though that she was able to respond to her critics. It is very likely that she was influenced by her marriage to a man of middle eastern origin, and the subsequent four years that she spent in Persia. She changed her style radically and became a renowned 20th century poet.

She was born Elizabeth Bridges in the village of Boar’s Hill, near Oxford on the 8th December 1887. Her father was another famous English …


Elizabeth Akers Allen Poems

Published by Joanne

EAATo use her full name, the three times-married Elizabeth Anne Chase Akers Allen (she retained her maiden name and the last two of her married names) was an American poet and journalist who travelled widely in Europe during the 19th century. She worked as a journalist for several publications while writing and publishing a number of collections of poems. She is best remembered for a sentimental piece called Rock Me to Sleep which was a popular poem during the American Civil War. Literary critics have pointed out though that she wrote better poetry, sometimes only for publication in newspapers. It is generally accepted that she was the author of this poem though some dispute arose when another writer claimed ownership of it.

She was born Elizabeth Anne Chase on the 9th October 1832 and she grew up in the town of Farmington, Maine. …


Edwin Arnold Poems

Published by Joanne

EASir Edwin Arnold was a 19th century English poet, teacher and journalist who spent a great deal of his time on the Indian sub-continent and in the Far East. He developed a deep interest in Eastern religions and his most famous, though controversial, piece of work was The Light of Asia. It was basically about the life and influence of the Buddha and was translated into a number of languages. Oriental scholars, though, suggested that it gave an unbalanced view of the religion and many Christians were offended by it. Arnold tried to redress the balance with Light of the World but only achieved partial success with that.

He was born on the 10th June 1832 in the town of Gravesend in Kent, the son of a magistrate. He was sent to the King’s School in Rochester and then went on to King’s …

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