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November 22nd

22:37 HOME WHICH NEVER WAS.........., by satishverma

November 21st

22:43 QUICKSAND, by satishverma

November 20th

22:31 NIHILITY, by satishverma

November 19th

22:41 WEEPING GOD, by satishverma

November 18th

22:42 MAN’S DESTINY, by satishverma

November 17th

20:47 HALF – BEING, by satishverma

November 16th

22:30 AVALANCHE, by satishverma

November 15th

23:18 HALF BY HALF, by satishverma

November 14th

22:34 BEYOND YOU, by satishverma

November 13th

22:40 DECAYED CENTURY, by satishverma

November 12th

22:33 MOMENT OF TRUTH, by satishverma

November 11th

22:37 Misdemeanor, by satishverma

November 10th

22:49 STAIRS, by satishverma

November 9th

23:18 RAGING DEBATE, by satishverma

November 8th

23:30 SLAUGHTERED DREAMS, by satishverma

November 7th

22:31 NATIVE TOUCH, by satishverma

November 6th

22:41 CULTURAL DRIFT, by satishverma

November 5th

0:52 FAILED GOD, by satishverma

November 2nd

22:31 EUTHANASIA, by satishverma

4:46 My best friend, by Aghin nyzam First poem published by this users on My poetic side

November 1st

22:39 WAKING UP, by satishverma

October 31st

22:46 LISTEN ……………………….., by satishverma

October 29th

22:46 THE TERRAIN, by satishverma

October 28th

22:53 RESURRECTION, by satishverma

October 27th

23:12 PSYCHOLOGICAL DYING, by satishverma

October 26th

23:56 ON THE JAGGED STONES, by satishverma

October 25th

22:11 SPASTIC LEGS, by satishverma

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

Directory of Poetry


Hristo Smirnenski Poems

Published by Steven

Hristo SmirnenskiBulgarian poet and writer, Hristo Smirnenski was born in the small town of Kukush in Macedonia, then a region of the Ottoman Empire before later becoming part of Greece. His poor upbringing in an area that was often prone to militancy led to the growth of his socialist ideals and would color his poetry through his teens and early years. Despite that he led a largely happy childhood and was known for his sense of humor and love of life.

Smirnenski’s youth was marked by the first two Balkan wars which saw his home town of Kukush violently attacked and burned. Along with thousands of other refugees, he and his family traveled to the relative sanctuary of Sofia where they settled for a while. Despite living in poverty and enduring these troubled times, Smirnenski’s mother and father made sure that he had …

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


Giovanni Pascoli Poems

Published by Steven

Giovanni PascoliItalian poet Giovanni Pascoli was born at a commune in the province of Forli-Cesena in 1855. He was brought up in a large but wealthy family and his father helped to administer an estate of farm land for the Princes Torlonia. Tragedy struck while Pascoli was just twelve years old when his father was shot and killed by an unknown assassin.

The tragedy didn’t stop there for the young man. His mother died early on, as did three of his siblings, and the financial prospects of the remaining family began to deteriorate. Whilst he could never be considered a modernist, Pascoli became one of the most influential Italian poets at the beginning of the 20th Century. His early work revolved largely around his unhappiness as a child and is illustrated in his first published work Myricae which came out in 1891.

At the …


Giorgos Seferis Poems

Published by Steven

George SeferisConsidered as one of the most influential poets to come out of Greece in the 20th Century, Giorgos Seferis was born in 1900 in Urla, a town near the ancient city of Smyrna. He came from an educated family and his father was a lawyer and poet with his own reputation, allied to the political movement called Venizelism, all of which had an influence on the young Seferis.

When he was 14, the family relocated to Athens, the capital of Greece, and he completed his high school education before heading to Paris where he studied for a law degree at the Sorbonne in 1918, graduating 6 years later. At the same time, Greece was in turmoil and his family were forced to run from Smyrna after the Turks invaded, something that led Seferis to feel a sense of exile which would be …


David Gascoyne Poems

Published by Joanne

gasgDavid Gascoyne was an English poet whose life spanned a good deal of the 20th century. He achieved the status of published poet at the remarkably young age of 16 with his collection called Roman Balcony and Other Poems. Incredibly, only one year later, he followed that up with a novel called Opening Day. He was one of the surrealist group of poets who were around in the 1930s and attracted some negative reviews, along with others of his ilk. Poets like Dylan Thomas and W H Auden were in vogue at this time, pretty much dominating the literary landscape with their powerful political and social observations. His poetry was, nevertheless, read and appreciated.

Gascoyne was born in October 1916 in the London district of Harrow. His was a fairly modest upbringing, being the son of a bank clerk although he was fortunate …


George Gascoigne Poems

Published by Steven

George GascoigneEnglish poet George Gascoigne was born around 1535 in Bedfordshire. He part of the Elizabethan court for a while, thought largely unsuccessful, and was a soldier who fought in the Low Countries of Belgium and France including the Middleburg Siege of 1572. He was a poet of some repute and his works helped in the deification of the Queen which saw her transformation to the virgin queen who was ‘married’ to her people.

As with many of his peers from similar backgrounds, Gascoigne went to Cambridge and then on to Middle Temple where he studied law, joining the legal system of Gray’s Inn in 1955. There is some dispute about what happened at this time but Gascoigne was thought to have been associated with a disreputable lawyer and was imprisoned for debt, leading his landowner father to disown him for a while.

Another …

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