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Latest published poems




July 31st


22:42 MAULED SELF, by satishverma




July 30th


22:32 EPILEPTIC TRUTH, by satishverma




July 29th


0:01 THE FORKED TONGUES, by satishverma




July 27th


22:57 BLISS OF ANOTHER SELF, by satishverma




July 26th


23:03 BODY RECOMES THE PATH, by satishverma




July 25th


22:35 TREE OF LIGHT DANCES, by satishverma




July 24th


22:54 CLAUSTROPHOBIA, by satishverma




July 23rd


22:32 INNOCENT WAS THE BETRAYAL, by satishverma

7:29 Che, by madathilnair First poem published by this users on My poetic side




July 22nd


22:37 HOUSE OF RAINS, by satishverma

11:27 Heartless Alzheimer, by Shinoj Alex First poem published by this users on My poetic side




July 21st


23:51 GATHER THE SUN, by satishverma




July 20th


22:21 ENDING OF TIME?, by satishverma




July 19th


22:31 PASSION IS A HURRICANE, by satishverma




July 18th


20:29 SINGING DUST, by satishverma




July 17th


23:09 ALONE IN THE HEAT, by satishverma




July 16th


22:22 DARES THE STORM, by satishverma




July 15th


22:44 LIPS WILL MEASURE, by satishverma




July 14th


1:21 WAILING WINDOWS, by satishverma




July 12th


21:44 TO LAUGH OR TO WEEP, by satishverma




July 11th


21:06 STARED BLANKLY, by satishverma




July 8th


23:03 SUNRISE, by satishverma




July 7th


23:22 NAMELESS INTRUDERS, by satishverma




July 6th


22:51 LEGITIMACY, by satishverma




July 5th


22:52 SAVAGE FIRE, by satishverma




July 4th


23:22 PASSAGE TO UNKNOWN, by satishverma




July 3rd


23:07 INVERTED BODY, by satishverma




July 2nd


23:03 LUNAR TOUCH, by satishverma




July 1st


21:43 Like a Moonbeam, by satishverma




June 30th


23:19 DEAF CITY, by satishverma


Directory of Poetry

1
Aug

Archibald Lampman Poems

Published by Joanne

lampmanArchibald Lampman was born in 1861 in a small village called Morpeth, close to the shores of Lake Erie in Canada.  His father was an Anglican priest who moved the family when Archie was six years old to Gore’s Landing on Rice Lake, Ontario but the young boy soon fell ill with a severe rheumatic fever which damaged his heart and left him lame for a long period of time.

Despite his poor health he got through school and graduated from Trinity College in Toronto.  It was here that he first became inspired to write poetry, having marvelled over a borrowed copy of a newly published book of poems by Charles G.D. Roberts called Orion and Other Poems. His own poetry that was published in the college magazine and his work later appeared in such prestigious magazines as Atlantic Monthly, Harper’s, and Scribner’s.

Having …

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

1
Aug

Denise Levertov Poems

Published by Joanne

deniseDenise Levertov was born in Essex in 1923.  Her mother was Welsh while her father was a Russian born Hassidic Safardic Jew who migrated first to Germany and then to England.  He later became an Anglican priest.  At the tender age of five she declared that one day she would be a writer.  True to her word she had a passion for writing from that early age and when 12 years old she submitted a few poems to the famous T S Eliot and he gave her a very encouraging and lengthy written reply.  She was only 17 when she got her first break – a published poem.

While serving as a nurse in war-torn London she continued with her writing and brought out her first book in 1946 – The Double Image.  A year later she met and married an American writer …

31
Jul

Ben Jonson Poems

Published by Joanne

benjohnEnglish playwright, poet and actor Ben Jonson was born in London June 11th 1572 to a family believed to be of Scottish descent. His clergyman father died before he was born and his mother remarried. He was fortunate to receive a classical education at the prestigious Westminster School, paid for by a family friend. Jonson wanted to continue his education at Cambridge University but instead was compelled to undergo an apprenticeship with his stepfather, a bricklayer. After this he travelled to the Netherlands where he served with the English regiments of Sir Francis Vere, an eminent English military commander who was instrumental in securing Dutch independence from Spain. Jonson married on his return to London and became an actor and playwright.

Although he is nowadays considered the second greatest English playwright after William Shakespeare his early plays are largely forgotten. It is known …

31
Jul

Judith Wright Poems

Published by Joanne

judithBorn Judith Arundell Wright, 31st May 1915 in NSW Australia, she was one of Australia’s foremost poets and writer of short stories and children’s books.  She spent much of her childhood in Brisbane and after the death of her mother, Ethel, was a boarder of a girls school in New England.  After graduating she studied at Sydney University but failed to take a degree. Whilst working as a statistician at Queensland University in 1946 she produced her first collection of poetry, The Moving Image.  Shortly afterwards she met her husband-to-be, philosopher Jack McKinney and they lived together at Mount Tamborine until Jack’s death in 1966.

Her work as a poet had started to become prominent after WW2 when her passion for the environment and her concern for the problems facing the Aboriginal people defined …

30
Jul

Antonio Machado Poems

Published by Joanne

machadoAntonio Machado came into the world in Seville, southern Spain in 1875.  He was one of two brothers, only a year apart, and their father moved the family to Madrid when Antonio was 8 years old. While studying, with his older brother, at “Institución Libre de Enseñanza”,  Antonio found he had a talent for writing and a love of literature.

Antonio was so close to his brother that the pair of them went to Paris in 1899 to work for a publishing company as translators.  It was here that he realised that becoming a great poet was his burning ambition and this decision was helped by the associations with already established French poets like Paul Fort, Jean Moréas, and Paul Verlain.  He was undoubtedly inspired by also meeting the likes of Oscar Wilde and Ruben Dario. Two years after arriving in the French …

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