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Edgar Poems - Poems about Edgar

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Premium Member Broken Bleeding Heart Cured
...“I felt that I breathed an atmosphere of sorrow.” ? Edgar Allan Poe My heart is shattered in sadness, Like a jigsaw with missing pieces. I know my soul is irrev......Read More
Categories: edgar, love,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member THE THING WITH FEATHERS fences make good firewood And Ophelia wears a smile that says, "Me, too." (With apologies to Emily Dickenson, Edgar Allen Poe, William Butler Yeats, Ezra Pound, Dylan Thomas, Jack Kerouac, T. S. Eliot, Robert Frost, and William......Read More
Categories: edgar, allegory, literature, poetry, poets,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Tarzanelle
...hought about people, events that were wild, But not quite so much about time, about space. I loved to read books by Edgar Rice Burroughs, But never considered his view about race. See, Greystoke, as Tarzan, ruled my brain furrows; ......Read More
Categories: edgar, child, racism,
Form: Terzanelle
Premium Member Easter Rabid
...Supervisor Edgar White Following a nasty bite. Screamed since some find funny Me mauled by a bunny, All get to work late tonigh......Read More
Categories: edgar, animal, cute, easter, funny,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Not So Cheery Clerihew
... Edgar Allan Poe Died in 1849, you know. We heard his telltale heart beneath the floor; Then quoth the raven: nevermor......Read More
Categories: edgar, history,
Form: Clerihew

Premium Member CLERIHEW poe
...US born Edgar Allan oe inventor of detective novels,you know He suggested 'eleven golden rules' still unsurpassed&oh so cool......Read More
Categories: edgar, literature, people,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member Angel in a Whirlwind
...ey failure in California. Poet believes God sent a messenger – maybe heavenly, maybe earthly – to guide us to Theodore Edgar Bear, Ted E. Bear alias Ted – a messenger in a storm. The name Theodore is Greek for gift of God. 12-28-21 ......Read More
Categories: edgar, angel, miracle,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member pit and pen-do-lumbering
...edgar ...all in... po'ed ...his thoughts... in a pit and ...pen-dew lumbered... his words as stains ...of poe......Read More
Categories: edgar, art, creation, fun, memory,
Form: Free verse
Stephane Mallarme translations
...These are my modern English translations of sonnets by the French poet Stephane Mallarme. The Tomb of Edgar Poe by Stéphane Mallarmé loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch Transformed into himself by Dea......Read More
Categories: edgar, eulogy, extended metaphor, french,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member In Tenebrific Night I Stirred of Poe's sweet 'Lenore." November 8, 2021 "T" Contest - Sponsored by Constance La France *With a nod to Edgar Allen Poe for borrowing a few of his expressions from 'Lenore.'......Read More
Categories: edgar, fear,
Form: Rhyme
disabled poets society as did Virginia Woolf during her madness mental disease her best poetry was created including Emily Dickinson Edgar Alan Poe William Shakespeare many great writers mentally disabled persons think write read and sing teaching......Read More
Categories: edgar, anxiety, appreciation, art, caregiving,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Mozart 75. Debra Ann Arlene Murphree 76. Vladimir V. Nabokov 77. Willie Hugh Nelson 78. Pindar Lesion 79. Edgar Allan Poe 80. Ezra Weston Loomis Pound 81. William Henry Pratt 82. Vincent Leonard Price, Jr. 83. John Pri......Read More
Categories: edgar, appreciation, dedication, inspiration,
Form: List
Juvenilia: Early Poems VIII
...ibility! Published by Romantics Quarterly and Penny Dreadful; I wrote this poem around age 19 under the influence of Edgar Allan Poe. Poet to poet by Michael R. Burch I have a dream *pebbles in a sparkling sand* of wondrous......Read More
Categories: edgar, boy, child, childhood, high
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member THE FINAL WORD - With apologies to Edgar Allan Poe
...The man wore motley, so I whacked him... Hello, my charming neighbor; How you grace me with your wit. You’ve real......Read More
Categories: edgar, gothic, literature,
Form: Lyric
... EDGAR CAYCE True, true, my hands are soft– not overworked, nor lined by heavy labor-- nor calloused -- t......Read More
Categories: edgar, angst, death, faith, god,
Form: Dramatic Monologue

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