Poetry (11)

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The Seed That May Not Grow

Is this a bold leap of faith for an undying love of knowing the unknowing?  The Garden All enter a world of sights and smells            …

Started by Jessica R. Huffmeyer

11 Sep 17
Reply by Bikram Mehta

‘I’, the ego, searches in vain for the ‘I AM’, the soul

I AM that I AM pervading all space That was until I acquired a human face The brain was a slave, it is now my master A whirlpool of thought…

Started by Bikram Mehta

2 Sep 10
Reply by Bikram Mehta

From the Buddha's Dhammapada

Mind creates the world; what you see arises with your thoughts. If you speak and act with a confused mind, trouble will follow you as ce…

Started by Paige

4 Sep 11, 2013
Reply by John

Poetry and the Big Bang

Here's an speculative essay of mine that appears at The Hypertexts (second essay down), Poetry and the Big Bang. Briefly, I believe poetic…

Started by norman ball

0 Jul 31, 2012

George Cardinal LeGros (1905-1988)

THE PATH   Tonight a holiness descends    Across the leagues of pine. The snow is unimprinted pearl,    The air enchanted wine.   Tonight t…

Started by Nicholas Weeks

1 Aug 16, 2011
Reply by James Davis

William Wordsworth

From "Above Tintern Abbey":   For I have learned      To look on nature, not as in the hour      Of thoughtless youth; but hearing oftentim…

Started by Nicholas Weeks

0 Jan 11, 2011

William Blake

I just read a bio and now I'm plowing through his collected works. What i was curious about was whether any mention had been made of Blake…

Started by J. Spencer Rich

0 Jan 6, 2011

By Andrew Marvell (1621–1678)

On a Drop of Dew SEE how the orient dew       Shed from the bosom of the Morn     Into the blowing roses,   Yet careless of…

Started by Nicholas Weeks

0 Jan 3, 2011

George W Russell (1867-1935)

Unity By George William Russell (A.E.)    ONE thing in all things have I seen:   One thought has haunted earth and air: Clangou…

Started by Nicholas Weeks

1 Jan 3, 2011
Reply by Nicholas Weeks

Robert Herrick

Eternitie By Robert Herrick  (1591–1674)    O YEARES! and Age! Farewell   Behold I go,   Where I do know Infinitie to dwell.…

Started by Nicholas Weeks

1 Jan 1, 2011
Reply by Nicholas Weeks

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