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Latest published poems




October 24th


20:55 GENESIS, by satishverma




October 23rd


23:21 NAMASTE, by satishverma




October 22nd


17:13 Phi Phi Island, by Poeta de Cabra




October 21st


21:38 THE ENDING, by satishverma




October 20th


22:52 MOON RISE, by satishverma




October 19th


22:26 FEAR, by satishverma




October 18th


23:08 WAYWARD SON, by satishverma




October 17th


21:02 SUSPENDED EXECUTION, by satishverma




October 16th


19:23 MOTHER’S DAY, by satishverma




October 15th


23:23 ABSURDITY, by satishverma

20:12 Piece By Piece, by Midnight_26 First poem published by this users on My poetic side




October 14th


22:14 ULTIMATE DEATH, by satishverma




October 13th


21:53 SOME QUESTION MARKS, by satishverma




October 12th


22:37 SIGNATURES, by satishverma




October 11th


22:42 GALLOWS, by satishverma




October 10th


0:53 KILL, by satishverma




October 8th


22:49 THE SHELTER, by satishverma




October 7th


22:36 FLAME, by satishverma




October 6th


21:13 CROSSING TIME ZONES, by satishverma




October 5th


21:51 A HOT PATCH, by satishverma




October 4th


23:39 THE ANODYNE, by satishverma




October 3rd


23:45 THE SHOOTING STAR, by satishverma

11:00 Life and Strife are with Mysteries Rife, by mvvenkataraman +18




October 2nd


21:58 AWAY FROM THE HOME, by satishverma




October 1st


19:00 TRANSITIONAL EDGE, by satishverma




September 30th


22:37 FOR A CAUSE, by satishverma




September 29th


23:59 MUSE AND SORROW, by satishverma




September 28th


0:30 ARCHAIC HUMOUR, by satishverma




September 26th


22:29 UNZIPPED, by satishverma




September 25th


23:07 FOR A FORGOTTON STORY, by satishverma


Directory of Poetry

25
Oct

William Henry Davies Poems

Published by Steven

William Henry DaviesDespite living a significant part of his life without a home, W H Davies was one of the most popular poets of his time. Born in Newport, Wales, in 1871, the son of an iron worker, Davies lost his father when he was three years old and subsequently went to live with his grandparents. He was a troublesome child, attending Temple School but getting himself arrested with some class mates for stealing handbags – behavior that got him a reputation and 12 strokes of the birch.

Davies wrote his first poem, Death, when he was 14 which was prompted by the moment he was asked to sit with his grandfather who was dying at the time. He went to work at an early age, first for an ironmongers and then as a frame maker for which he was supposed to undertake …

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

24
Oct

William Allingham Poems

Published by Steven

William AllinghamBorn in County Donegal in 1824, Irishman William Allingham was a poet and scholar who was best known for his Diary that was published after his death. He wrote a large number of verses and his poem The Faeries has been included in many anthologies over the years.

His father was a bank manager, English by birth, and Allingham was brought up in comfortable surroundings. He was just nine years old though when his mother died suddenly. When he came of age he took a post with the government at a custom-house, something he continued to do in both his native Ireland and England well into his late forties.

At the same time he was beginning to write poetry and published his first collection Poems in 1850 which contained his most famous work The Faeries. It is an often quoted poem having appeared …

24
Oct

William Barnes Poems

Published by Steven

William BarnesFamous for writing poems in his native Dorset dialect, writer and poet William Barnes was born into a farming family in Bagber in 1801. He grew up speaking in the dialect of the day and saw his upbringing as idyllic, something which came across in his later pastoral poetry that celebrated the simple folk of the county.

Barnes left school at 13 and, reasonably educated, he went to work for a solicitor as a clerk and he used the time to further his own learning in subjects such as science, literature and religion. He also took up several musical instruments and first found an interest in poetry. With this education, at the age of 22 he decided to set up a school in Wiltshire. There he married Julia Miles and began to bring up a family, eventually moving to Dorchester where he …

24
Oct

Richard Aldington Poems

Published by Joanne

richardRichard Aldington was an English poet, novelist and biographer and is one of the 16 First World War poets whose name appears on a stone in Poets’ Corner, Westminster Abbey.  In addition to a volume of war poetry he published a novel in 1929 about the war called Death of a Hero.  His popularity took a serious hit with a biography of T E Lawrence in 1955 which turned into a bit of a hatchet job on this most “British” of heroes.  The reading public did not like to read that this most revered character was a bit of a fraud and it took a few years before his reputation recovered a little, though, in truth, in never really did.

He was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire in July 1892 into a middle class family.  Although he was christened Edward Godfree Aldington he adopted …

23
Oct

Subramania Bharati Poems

Published by Steven

Subramania BharatiActivist, journalist and poet Subramania Bharati was born in Ettayapuram, India, in 1882. Brought up in the Tamil religion, he was one of their literary leading lights and his verses were characterized by their potent nationalism and patriotic fervour. Educated at the local Hindu college he was a precocious student who turned to poetry when he was just eleven years old.

By the time he was sixteen, Bharati had lost his mother and father and was married (at the age of 14) to Chellama who was seven at the time. His father had encouraged him to learn a language, particularly English, but he managed to become proficient in no less than 28 Indian dialects and 3 languages in his lifetime.

Although he originally began to work in the civil service, he eschewed this to become the court poet for the Raja of Ettayapuram …

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