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I first heard the poems of Banjo Paterson as a schoolboy In the 1940’s, along with Dorothea McKellar’s I Love A Sunburnt Country and Henry Lawson’s The Ballad Of The Drover, they were considered to be an important part of our education as young Australians What I remember most is the mood that they conjured up: an optimistic world of humour and bravery, an irrepressible pioneering spirit...

AbstractWhat is the best way to earn maplestory meso Which monster in maplestory drops the most meso How do you make millions of meso easily without cheating/hacking...

The best way to experience poetry is to hear it out loud While some poems are made to be read, for many you cannot get their full effect without hearing the spoken word Epic poems were used since ancient times to tell stories and teach lessons, a task which has been replaced by books, movies, television, and the Internet...

Irish Gifts for the Musically Inclined Looking For Some Traditional Music One of the things that most of our Irish Gifts customers tell us is that they enjoy giving and receiving traditional Irish music This is one of many such requests for our Irish Gifts music selections...

There are many forms of poetry Some are best read while others are best viewed and in the future we may add that some are best felt or experienced Some think that "good poetry" must rhyme while others think that "good" poetry "speaks" giving a clear or profound message...

Poetry is the language of emotion and as such it is often dense and difficult to read The exception to this is the love poem Love is the one emotion that although it causes conflicts and confusion when not returned, and sometimes a form of madness not unlike obsessive compulsive disorder - when it is returned - it is the simplest emotion to understand...

As the traditional book publishing industry becomes warier of risk and more dedicated to sure-thing titles by celebrity authors, movie tie-ins, and self-help books, poets in particular can find it hard to find a foothold While artistic success in poetry might simply lie in the writing itself, commercial success can be trickier to achieve For the poet, the dream of keeping pace with best-selling authors like J...

Thorn

Author: Anna Williams

Category: Poetry

Beneath the shadow of the sky I felt the wind pulse, watched it fly In the autumn, in the storm, The wind was true, the wind was warm Warmer than what I'd become For I was empty, cold, and numb...

I’m looking everywhere for anything I can’t find… verbally engage yo ears stimulate yo mind… I live in the richest place in the world… at war gainst itself…over wealth… its greed instead of feed… less fortunate barely have the skills to read… they miseducate with diabolical efficiency… take money from schools to build penitentiaries… no funds for education…overseas perpetrating… atrocities against the indigenous… I guess its just business as it has always been… my question is...

So, it’s a friend or family member’s birthday and let’s face it, those corny punch lines already printed on birthday cards just are not going to cut it this year A solid birthday poem can really push a card over the top, but only if you can find the right words to express what you’re hoping to say No one wants their birthday poem to be too overt...

Famous poems are everywhere They appear in places no one could expect – slogans on television, common sayings and phrases, and the titles of just about every artistic film or endeavor at the local video store Because famous poems are so transcendent, we rarely if ever notice they are there and even less often realize who wrote them...

Not everything needs to be long and cumbersome to be considered an art form and in poetry, this is especially the case Poetry has long broken new frontiers in displaying brevity and concision with words as an artistic expression From the Japanese haiku of only 17 syllables to the short form of a simple limerick, there are dozens of different kinds of short poetry...

For a child, poems are very abstract They do not have the flashy colors, vibrant energy or loud explosions of Saturday morning cartoons and display little of the exciting, adventurous tones of a particularly engaging comic book However, to a child, poems that strike the right cord are not impossible to find...

A sister is a wonderful friend, a close family relation and one of the first people that may deserve a poem Someone who has decided to share with their sister a poem may feel at first rather awkward but can rest assured that they are not nearly the first to do so Dozens of the world’s best poets have written a sister poem in their lifetime, an ode to the closest person to them in their family...

What Everyone Should Know About Inspirational Poems Inspirational poems are found everywhere They line the walls in churches and community centers They sit neatly above the seats on city buses...

How to Write the Perfect Wedding Poem What better time or place to write a poem than for a wedding The right wedding poem can serve any number of wonderful purposes It can highlight the reception as a toast to the bride, groom, or their families...

Love is a universal denominator, one that can bring everyone together or tear them apart Sadness is equally universal (and with love on the line, inevitable), making it all that much more powerful Of course, even with the kind of eerie power sadness has over us, why is it that sad poems are so compelling, bringing an awkward sense of joy at the same time as they evoke images of pain and longing...

Alice Meynell was born on 11 October 1847 at Barnes, England She was the younger daughter of Thomas and Christina Thompson Her father was a widower with a son and daughter when he married Christina...

As I look kindly upon this complex visage, I reflect I see the joy, The grace And the mystery that is motherhood Behold a face that has felt every feeling And lived so many emotions...

It used to be that I could never breathe on my own, I had to have a hand to hold, So that I could feel bold I sought you out, With nothing but my tattered heart to offer I was afraid to trust, I had closed myself up...

You may republish this article, but must keep the resource box and copyright at the end ( 452 words) Do you remember any of the nursery rhymes you heard when you were little I know I do, and recently I have been looking again at some of them and discovering a few reasons why they stay so long in my memory...

If you want to know how to write poetry, the first thing you have to do is write some It doesn't matter how it turns out Your own mistakes will become your teachers...

Wish I was unable to care, That I could forget what we used to share Wish my soul had lived instead of trying, for now I am dead, among the dying Wish I could forget my heart's unfilled crater, dead feelings, to which, I still cater...

Autumn Poems

Author: Joy Cagil

Category: Poetry

Autumn signals change It is the season for launching a gentler life and the time for harvesting the fruits sown earlier in the year The variety of colors that are bound to fade and wither and the cooling weather have always inspired poets...

A picture is worth a thousand words And in haiku, an image allows the reader to use imagination to "see" with Haiku lessons should help you understand this...

It may sound like a tasty sushi dish, but the concept of wabi/sabi is a Japanese idea that literally means "sweet sadness" It's a feeling one may have when winter is approaching and you notice the change in nature's cycles It's a feeling of impermanence that surrounds all living things on this planet...

Most people understand what haiku is And most will tell you that a true haiku poem must have a certain pattern of syllables and lines For example, the first line will get 5 syllables, the second 7, and the third 5 again...

Haiku is a centuries old Japanese form of poetry that uses just a few words to capture the essence of its subject Woods, forests, and oceans have been topics traditionally used by haiku poets and for good reason - they are all inspiring natural phenomena Seashore haiku combine both the love of the ocean and haiku's inherent ability to portray nature subjects...

Ah poetry and nature Two things that naturally go togther But if you're looking for nature poems that really get it so to speak, you should look into haiku...

Love poems have been written since men and women have been able to communicate with each other Traditionally, it's been the realm of the western poet Not anymore...

 
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