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August 18th

21:16 WAKING IS PAINFUL, by satishverma

August 17th

21:34 COMMUNION, by satishverma

August 16th

23:12 FULL STOP, by satishverma

August 15th

0:02 FAITHLESS AUTUMN, by satishverma

August 13th

22:23 I AM SMILE WITH TEARS, by satishverma

August 12th

23:03 LIVING LEGEND, by satishverma

August 11th

23:09 SMILE BECOMING LARGER, by satishverma

August 10th

22:27 ROSE UPON ROSE, by satishverma

August 9th

21:10 THE WATCHMAN, by satishverma

August 7th

22:25 ARROGANT CURVES, by satishverma

August 6th

0:34 FALL OF A TENDER DOCTRINE, by satishverma

August 4th

23:32 UNSPOKEN SECRETS, by satishverma

August 3rd

23:12 STRANGE RELATIONSHIP, by satishverma

August 2nd

23:12 A KISS MELTS, by satishverma

August 1st

23:50 FEET OF CLAY, by satishverma

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

Directory of Poetry


Anne Bradstreet Poems

Published by Joanne

annebrAlthough known as one of the first female writers to be published in the North America colonies, Anne Bradstreet was actually born in Northampton, England, in March 1612. Her father Thomas Dudley and mother, Dorothy Yorke, were able to afford a very good education for Anne and she was well tutored in languages, literature and history. At the age of sixteen she was married to Simon Bradstreet.

In 1630 she, her husband and parents emigrated to Massachusetts, USA, with the Winthrop Fleet carrying British Puritans who had rejected the Church of England and the rule of King Charles 1st. Landing initially at the Pioneer Village (Salem) the Puritan group moved south to Charleston before travelling on down the Charles River to establish the city of Boston. Anne’s father and husband went on to serve as Governors of the Massachusetts Bay Colony and were …

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


Cecil Frances Alexander Poems

Published by Joanne

cecilfThe work of Cecil Frances Alexander will be familiar to people all over the world. As one of Ireland’s foremost writers of hymns and poems she produced what is arguably one of the most famous and well-loved hymns of all time; All Things Bright and Beautiful.

In April 1818 she was born in Dublin, the third daughter of land agent Major John Humphreys and began writing poetry in early childhood. She went on to write many religious works influenced by the Oxford Movement, which stood for the reinstatement of lost Christian traditions. Her book Hymns for Little Children was first published in 1848 and contained All Things Bright and Beautiful, written to help explain to children the opening words of the Apostles’ Creed, a Christian statement of belief. Here are the opening lines;

All things bright and beautiful, All creatures great and small.

All things …


Donald Hall Poems

Published by Joanne

donaldhallDonald Hall is a multi-award winning poet, novelist and children’s writer, a sometime sports journalist and editor who has spent the best part of seventy years setting down his thoughts on subjects ranging from living the rural life in New England, baseball and relating the work we do to our contribution to society through that work. At a particularly tragic time in his life he dedicated a lot of his poetry to Jane Kenyon, the wife he lost through leukaemia. He has a passion for revision where he can demonstrate that writing is a craft above and beyond simply being a mode of self expression. His prodigious output has earned him countless awards including two Guggenheim Fellowships and a Robert Frost Medal.

Donald was born an only child in 1928 in Hamden which lies in Connecticut, USA. He had a good education, firstly …


Isaac Rosenberg Poems

Published by Joanne

isaacThe name of Isaac Rosenberg is one the famous 16 that is engraved on a slate stone that can be found in Poets’ Corner, Westminster Abbey. This simple memorial is to commemorate noted poets of the First World War and was unveiled in 1985 on that significant date, 11 November.

Isaac’s parents were of Russian descent but they had fled the anti-Jewish pogroms seen in Lithuania at the end of the 19th century. He came into the world in November 1890 in Bristol and, when aged seven, the family uprooted to a deprived district in the London’s East End that had a solid Jewish population. Three years later they went to Stepney so that Isaac could attend a good Jewish school. He only stayed on until he was 14 though and, having developed an interest in writing poetry as well as the visual …


George Herbert Poems

Published by Steven

George HerbertBorn in Wales in 1593, George Herbert was an important figure in the world of poetry and an influence on the growth of the metaphysical movement that speculated on notions of love and religion. A gifted speaker and popular Anglican priest, he came from a well to do family who were interested and active in the arts. Although his father died when he was just 3, his mother was determined to see that her children were well educated and went on to a better life.

At the age of 12 he went to Westminster School and was later given a scholarship to attend Cambridge where he had earned a Masters by the time he was 23. Appointed as a reader in rhetoric and then elevated to a post in oratory, his skills as a speaker and thinker quickly became apparent.

However, from an …

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