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i wrote this happy: a poem
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I have done it again. One year in every ten I manage it—. The nose, the eye pits, the full set of teeth? The sour breath Will vanish in a day. Nevertheless, I am the same, identical woman.
Ask yourself, How many lies we shared together? How many secrets we kept apart? Keeping broken hearts intact We don't love each other We just loved our representatives Resenting the true you and me I swear and then you swear And I swear When you know too much It's no conversation with you Like a circle you don't even have a point Un-merrily going around the same issues We don't care to address, We simply dress them up, only to suppress them Only to regret the next words out our mouths So we hush, But our silence won't protect us And not happy is a silent home Because we know the dreams we shared, And the reality between us The art of keeping secrets. I can relate, unfortunately, to this poem. Especially the part about a silent home. Report Reply.
Many poems, and poets for that matter, earn fame because of their ability to inspire others. Such poems give people the internal strength they need to overcome a problem, reach a goal, or let go of their resentment or guilt. Poems can even inspire people to work towards a cause or become a better person. Many famous poets had the keen ability to use the written word to reach hearts and souls, motivating people to action. They used their gift in the most noble of ways by creating inspirational poems that touched, and continue to touch, people with a positive message even today. If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you; If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, But make allowance for their doubting too:. Read Complete Poem.
“Lady Lazarus” by Sylvia Plath
Great poetry should not be a secret, although there is something nice about serendipitously stumbling upon a hidden gem of a poem. This poem by an often-overlooked voice in Romantic poetry, John Clare , strikes to the heart of what many of us have felt at some time in our lives: having kept his love of somebody a secret, the poet is doomed to transfer or deflect that love onto other people who remind him of his first, true love. Not so much a lost love as a love never had, this one — but poignant and affecting nevertheless. The volcano lies dormant, vouchsafing its plans to nobody, and humans must dwell in uncertainty as to when it will next erupt and potentially destroy their homes and lives. She renamed it with its more exciting title when it was published in Goblin Market and Other Poems in The new title immediately piques our interest.
Submit your work, meet writers and drop the ads. Samuel Hoffmann Mar Dear Madi. From my perspective the world is flat because I've never been to space, and love seems like a stupid idea having only ever kissed my mom's face. And coffee seems so distasteful, but that's true, don't fret. My world doesn't have unicorns or cotton candy clouds. Extremely fantasized love movies plague young teenage crowds.