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William Poems - Poems about William

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Premium Member STEPPING STONES
...Begins with Rupert Bear, Until that was found too square; The Just William came on the scene, But soon became a childish has-been. Youth-filled reading,a melanged mix, Biggles & squa......Read More
Categories: william, books, education, words,
Form: Didactic



Premium Member Freedom And Liberty The Price We Pay
...lency, Ambassador, Professor, Honorable, Dr. Joseph S. Spence Sr. USA. (Epulaeryu Master)! Retired U. S. Army Officer, William Shakespeare's Literary Award Winner, Multi-Genre Award-Winning Poet, Man of God, Global Icon of Humanity and Spi......Read More
Categories: william, america, anniversary, celebration, courage,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Time
...is dead as long as it is being clicked off by little wheels; only when the clock stops does time come to life." William Faulkner A lifetime starts its passage at the first moment of birth when a clock star......Read More
Categories: william, death, life, time,
Form: Free verse
One wink shy from 2 thinks too many
...ick and the trick with the brick and Donald duck with his flying kangaroos. Slick Willie told bold Billy that broke William was so silly and empty Phil can't feel it really but he can really fill it full. Now Miss Millie told sli......Read More
Categories: william, 4th grade, pashto,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Power of Rhythms and Rhymes
...rrow of the core breaths in rhythms and in rhymes ~ words sailing on wings. 6-16-20 Quote from American poet William Penn Warren ......Read More
Categories: william, inspiration, poetry, power, wisdom,
Form: Haibun



Premium Member Liar Liar
...whopperise Consider Pinocchio, Whose little nose would grow, Until it became twenty times the size. Apologies to William Shakespeare.......Read More
Categories: william, books, food, nonsense, words,
Form: Limerick
Eternal Wonder
...hteous S-cribe's H-eart A-s L-ovely L-ines H-appily A-pply L-ord's L-esson Topic: Birthday of poet George William Lewis Marshall-Hall (March 28) Form: Vertical Monocrostic......Read More
Categories: william, birthday, poets,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member red-letter day
...ings work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose. (inspired by William Kekaula's 2019 Red Letter Day Rictameter Contest) ......Read More
Categories: william, celebration, encouraging, faith,
Form: Rictameter
Premium Member My Heavenly Garden
...As I throw open the curtains what do I see, ......Read More
Categories: william, butterfly, color, flower, garden,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Who Came First
... If indeed the child is father to the man,* The reverse, presumably, also holds true, So the rumour that William Wordsworth began Can be seen from a different point of view. He wished to display his poetical elan By the st......Read More
Categories: william, child, poems, poets, rainbow,
Form: Ottava rima
Premium Member My Words on White
... "Fill your paper with the breathing of your heart." William Wordsworth ~*~ There is a voice inside of me, always pleading loud to be free; from the dark abyss of ......Read More
Categories: william, writing,
Form: Verse
A GLENCRAIG BOY
...work in service for the privilege few. Young Margaret taken early out of school to look after the family jewel. Young William had now idea how much she had to sacrifice. As years flew by and housing improved Glencraig was dying and t......Read More
Categories: william, age, anger, birth, childhood,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member William Dunbar: Lament for the Makaris translation
...Lament for the Makaris ("Lament for the Makers/Poets") by William Dunbar [c. 1460-1530] loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch i who enjoyed good health and gl......Read More
Categories: william, death, evil, fear, poets,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member Subject, Aspects of Interest, and Effect of William Wordsworth's ''Nuns Fret Not''
...“Nuns Fret Not at Their Convent's Narrow Room” by William Wordsworth Nuns fret not at their convent’s narrow room; And hermits are contented with their cells; And st......Read More
Categories: william, england, metaphor, perspective, poems,
Form: Prose
Premium Member One Million Rocks
...A little boy named Bradley William Found a rock that was one in a million. He asked if he could have a box So he could start collecting rocks. ......Read More
Categories: william, boy,
Form: Rhyme

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