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Latest published poems




May 21st


22:20 Blackwater, by satishverma




May 20th


22:28 Acrimony, by satishverma




May 19th


22:35 A Sickened Craft, by satishverma




May 18th


23:57 Dissection, by satishverma




May 17th


18:06 Duality, by satishverma




May 16th


19:25 Contrasting, by satishverma




May 15th


1:33 A Wall Painting, by satishverma




May 13th


19:41 Criminality, by satishverma




May 11th


22:19 Pouring, by satishverma

20:53 Inspiration is Perspiration, by POETRYMAN76 First poem published by this users on My poetic side




May 10th


21:51 Exchange, by satishverma




May 9th


19:31 Foursome, by satishverma




May 8th


19:10 Rendezvous, by satishverma




May 7th


19:55 Collateral, by satishverma




May 6th


22:04 Molten Grief, by satishverma




May 5th


22:19 ObsessıOn, by satishverma




May 4th


23:30 Hungry, by satishverma




May 3rd


22:49 Breakthough, by satishverma




May 2nd


19:09 Monilia, by satishverma




May 1st


19:54 Crossing Names, by satishverma




April 30th


21:55 Small Windows, by satishverma




April 29th


21:48 Dumbfounded, by satishverma




April 28th


0:00 Learning, by satishverma




April 26th


23:12 Absinthe, by satishverma




April 25th


5:42 Work is a four letter word, by smswaby First poem published by this users on My poetic side

0:10 Had Been, by satishverma




April 23rd


22:52 Notes, by satishverma




April 22nd


1:04 Until Pain, by satishverma




April 20th


21:10 Frivolous, by satishverma




April 19th


22:42 Overwhelming, by satishverma


Directory of Poetry

22
May

Mark Akenside Poems

Published by Joanne

MarkAMark Akenside was an 18th century English poet whose path in life was unclear during his early years. His parents would have him study as a dissenting minister but his ambitions lay either in the fields of medicine or politics. He eventually became a doctor/physician while producing often thought provoking poetry which ruffled a few feathers in the establishment. His best known piece of work was an extremely long, didactic poem which ran to three separate books called The Pleasures of the Imagination, published in 1744.

He was born in the north east of England on the 9th November 1721. His father was a butcher in Newcastle upon Tyne and, one day, accidentally injured his son so badly with a meat cleaver that he walked with a limp for the rest of his life. All of Akenside’s family were dissenters, meaning that they did …

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

22
May

Richard Le Gallienne Poems

Published by Joanne

RLGRichard Le Gallienne has been described by some critics as a relatively obscure English poet with an “excess of romantic sensibility in an age of irony”. Born in the late 19th century, he was one of the so-called “fin-de-siècle esthetes of the 1890s” and counted among his literary associates the likes of Oscar Wilde and William Butler Yeats and he was, in some ways, a decadent spirit. He tried to escape from that world though and he once described those of that ilk as men of “….limited thinking, often insane thinking”. Besides publishing his work in book form he was a prolific contributor to such publications as the highly controversial The Yellow Book along with countless other periodicals and newspapers.

Richard Le Gallienne was born in the in the city of Liverpool, in the north west of England, on the 20th January 1866. …

21
May

Margaret Widdemer Poems

Published by Joanne

MargMargaret Widdemer was an American poet and novelist whose long life spanned the last sixteen years of the 19th century and more than three quarters of the 20th. She was primarily a poet who wrote with a strict regard for more traditional verse construction. Her work, covering diverse subjects, won her a number of awards. Her most notable achievement was the award of the Pulitzer Prize in 1919 for a collection of poetry called The Old Road to Paradise, although she had to share it that year with another writer. It was also known, at that time, as the Columbia University Prize. She sometimes wrote with a light touch about satirical topics but, more often, she turned her hand to much more serious, social conscience material. A good example of this was the exploitation of children in the work place. She was …

20
May

Lucy Terry Prince Poems

Published by Joanne

LTPIt is generally believed that Lucy Terry Prince was the first black poet in America to have work published. Unfortunately only one of her poems has survived. Bars Fight is a true story about the killing of two white families by Native Americans. As an infant she was plucked from her home somewhere in West Africa and then transported across the ocean. She somehow survived this terrible journey and was sold into slavery in Deerfield, Massachusetts. Here she served the family of Ebenezer Wells until she met and married an affluent, free black man called Abijah Prince. Before this could happen though he had to purchase her freedom. She grew up to be an intelligent woman and was known as a confident and persuasive orator.

She was born Lucy Terry sometime around 1730 but there are no details available concerning her early years …

20
May

Laura Elizabeth Richards Poems

Published by Joanne

LERLaura Elizabeth Richards was a prolific American writer who was responsible for some ninety books during her lifetime. She is best known for her children’s stories and poetry with, possibly, her most famous piece of work being a short piece of poetic nonsense called Eletelephony. She lived a long life and was highly regarded in both 19th and 20th century literary circles with her talents winning her a number of awards. In 1917 she won the Pulitzer Prize for a biography which co-written with her sister. It was the story of her mother, the famous writer Julia Ward Howe, whose major claim to fame was that she penned the words to a famous and stirring American anthem.

She was born Laura Elizabeth Howe on the 27th February 1850 in Boston, Massachusetts. Her father was Dr Samuel Howe who was rather well to do and Laura …

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