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Favourite poems - again

Need a diversion from the religitards that are taking over. I couldn't find the previous thread. This was penned by Banjo Paterson about the horses that were left behind - many of them sho...

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What’s Your Favorite Poem? - The New York Times

Dec 26, 2015 · What’s Your Favorite Poem? DEC. 22, 2015. ... but every time I read it I’m astonished all over again by its glaciers and whirlwinds, ...
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My favourite poems! - YouTube

Jul 17, 2017 · Want to watch this again later? Sign in to add this video to a playlist ... by Emily Dickinson (Favorite Poem Project) - Duration: 5:33. FavoritePoem ...

Tell us your favourite love poems (again) | Books | The Guardian

For the second time in a month, we're in the mood for love. Which are your favourite love poems?
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My favourite poem - YouTube

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O Magazine Readers' Favorite Poems -

Here's a selection of poetry that was especially meaningful to you. ... O Magazine Readers' Favorite Poems. Photo: ... and start again at your beginnings
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Favorite Poem Project - The Sentence

I must learn to live again ... deserted house. Akhmatova, Anna, "The Sentence," from The Complete Poems of Anna Akhmatova, ... The Favorite Poem Project
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Rainer Maria Rilke - "Again and Again" one of my favourite ...

Rainer Maria Rilke - "Again and Again" one of my favourite poems although this translation isn't perfect.
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Favorite Poem Project in the works again | Local News ...

NEWBURYPORT — For the past 12 years, the Creative Writing Class at Newburyport High School has produced the Favorite Poem Project of Greater Newburyport.
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Favorite Poem Project - from Song of Myself (50 & 52)

If you want me again look for me under your bootsoles. You will hardly know who I am or what I ... The Favorite Poem Project A partnership among Boston University, ...
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Suggested Questions And Answer :

Love poetry - What would you choose?

djjd62 : i'm rather fond of the sentiment in this song by The Magnetic Fields

Time Enough for Rocking When We're Old

There'll be time enough for rocking when we're old
We can rock all day in rocking chairs of gold
But t
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10 (+) Favourite poems

Vivien : I always liked the Lady of Shallott too

the poem about the 3 wise men that starts:

A hard coming we had of it, just the worst time of the year .... I'm having an Alzheimers-type moment and the name of the poet has just
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Favourite poems - again

contrex : I have always loved it but for some reason this poem is speaking to me especially clearly at this time of my life.

Dover Beach by Matthew Arnold

The sea is calm tonight.
The tide is full, the moon lies fair
Upon the straits; on the French
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Latin Poem Translation!

George :
I'll give it a shot.
I can only do a couple of lines at a time, though.

"All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost;"

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Some favourite poems

Letty :
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Prufrock in Yiddish???????!!!!!

Walter Hinteler :
appears in a paper by Ruth R. Wisse entitled "Language as Fate: Reflections on Jewish Literature in America", a paper published in the 1996 Studies in Contemporary Jewry (Vol. 12), page
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smorgs : This is the only on I can find! Others will probably reply.

Dear Miss Emily
James Galvin

I knew the end would be gone before I got there.
After all, all rainbows lie for a living.
And as you have insisted, repeatedly,
The diffe
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[SPLIT] Reverie of Mahomed Akrim at the Tamarind Tank

Craven de Kere : BTW I split this off

from the other thread because it deserves it's own topic.

I liked the imagery but the rhyme is sometimes a bit too

"jingle-like". Not that I have anything against that. Poe is the jingle man af
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Is Robert Frost the most popular Anglophone poet?

roger : No. Bobby Burns. Maybe Kipling
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