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Famous Supersolar Poems by Famous Poets

These are examples of famous Supersolar poems written by some of the greatest and most-well-known modern and classical poets. PoetrySoup is a great educational poetry resource of famous supersolar poems. These examples illustrate what a famous supersolar poem looks like and its form, scheme, or style (where appropriate).

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by Emerson, Ralph Waldo
...mer or with mace; 
That they may render back 
Artful thunder, which conveys 
Secrets of the solar track, 
Sparks of the supersolar blaze. 
Merlin's blows are strokes of fate, 
Chiming with the forest tone, 
When boughs buffet boughs in the wood; 
Chiming with the gasp and moan 
Of the ice-imprisoned hood; 
With the pulse of manly hearts; 
With the voice of orators; 
With the din of city arts; 
With the cannonade of wars; 
With the marches of the brave; 
And prayers of mig...Read More



by Emerson, Ralph Waldo
...th hammer or with mace,
That they may render back
Artful thunder that conveys
Secrets of the solar track,
Sparks of the supersolar blaze.
Merlin's blows are strokes of fate,
Chiming with the forest-tone,
When boughs buffet boughs in the wood;
Chiming with the gasp and moan
Of the ice-imprisoned flood;
With the pulse of manly hearts,
With the voice of orators,
With the din of city arts,
With the cannonade of wars.
With the marches of the brave,
And prayers of might fro...Read More

by Emerson, Ralph Waldo
...ote in thy mind's transparent table, 
As far as the incommunicable; 
Taught thee each private sign to raise 
Lit by the supersolar blaze. 
Past utterance, and past belief, 
And part the blasphemy of grief 
The mysteries of Nature's heart; 
And though no Muse can these impart, 
Throb thine with Nature's throbbing breast 
And all is clear from east to west. 

"I came to thee as to a friend; 
Dearest, to thee I did not send 
Tutors, but a joyful eye, 
Innocence that matc...Read More

by Emerson, Ralph Waldo
...;
Wrote in thy mind's transparent table
As far as the incommunicable;
Taught thee each private sign to raise
Lit by the supersolar blaze.
Past utterance and past belief,
And past the blasphemy of grief,
The mysteries of nature's heart,—
And though no muse can these impart,
Throb thine with nature's throbbing breast,
And all is clear from east to west.

I came to thee as to a friend,
Dearest, to thee I did not send
Tutors, but a joyful eye,
Innocence that matched the s...Read More

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