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Hammerstein Poems - Poems about Hammerstein

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Premium Member Holding Hidden Worlds Close
...Holding unaware worlds close to discover as a child finds a newfound secret land. Take the noble path to touch the other go through cosmic cracks to let life expand. Minds swirl and spin in and......Read More
Categories: hammerstein, child, science, truth, world,
Form: Sonnet

Premium Member Bali Hai
...Bali hai Rogers and Hammerstein Polynesian paradise healthy coconut milk balmy frothy fronds......Read More
Categories: hammerstein, travel,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Who First
...Who first thought to eat cornbread with chili? And who first thought to add ketchup to fries - Who first thought to put that bell in Philly - And who first thought that yeast could make bread rise......Read More
Categories: hammerstein, love, marriage,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I Have Dreamed
...oh, your parts that part - zips, sheets, lips, limbs ... wild and wide ... dreams enough ... to know. Written and submitted on September ......Read More
Categories: hammerstein, appreciation, love, passion, sensual,
Form: Senryu
Rhythm and Rhyme
...Rhythm and Rhyme When rhythm and rhyme... join together, Crafted are dynamic… poems and songs. By blending the beat with harmonious words. Creative works of art emerge, that never sound wrong! ......Read More
Categories: hammerstein, poetry,
Form: Rhyme

Pipe Dream
... The team of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein displayed prowess. It seemed everything they produced would be a success. There was triumph for some Broadway shows nobody could deny. T......Read More
Categories: hammerstein, business, history, music,
Form: Rhyme
The Internal Dying of Benjamin Tippett
...No Maria - when a Bernstein motif lingers. No rosary beads - they'll simply slip through bourbon-stained fingers. God carved the seven continents, with skillful guise, and Puccini cries. Ad......Read More
Categories: hammerstein, on writing and words
Form: Rhyme