SILENCE

Stumbled upon stability in my search for Truth. At that moment, taunting whispers lost their hold; Threatening waves together with all their noise crushed. But in my attainment of inner peace, I sensed death. A…

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Losing Myself

Losing myself: Losing myself every second Don’t want to be down on myself because I know I’m not wrong But they make me feel like I’m the problem Just want to go someplace far away…

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Fable - A Poem by Ralph Waldo Emerson at Updivine

Fable | A Poem by Ralph Waldo Emerson

A fable is a poetic story composed in verse or prose with a moral summed up at the end, using animals as characters to teach a valuable lesson. This is about a little fight between a mountain and a squirrel.

Fable - A Poem by Ralph Waldo Emerson at Updivine
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If I could choose…

If I could choose to love or not, Maybe I would choose to not, ‘Cause that mostly of the times ends badly, At that end, as the end of a film series, as the end…

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Lilac Moments

Together we ache unaware of what’s blooming. away we drift; a perfect illusion the tears continue to fall will we ever be okay? With the unknown rapidly approaching he pulls her in; sharing each breath…

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Lust

Lust: Is it bad that I lust for her? More than I love her But still don’t want to hurt her She looks beautiful in my eyes But her personality is not pretty in my…

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"What's The Point?" - A POV | A Poem by Ritika Nahata at UpDivine

“What’s the Point?” | A POV

This is a poem about exploring and trying to decode the question as to ‘What’s the point?’. And about receiving varied answers from people from varied walks of life. And all of them being right. The speaker chooses the one that seems perfect to her.

"What's The Point?" - A POV | A Poem by Ritika Nahata at UpDivine
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Enchantment of the Soul, by J. W. Cassandra

Enchantment of the Soul, by J. W. Cassandra: this poem is one of the latest that I managed to work out for sharing. It wasn’t placed yet into any of my volumes. I wrote newer ones again but there’s no free time for sharing. I’ll do so later. I shared this poem in my website along with my other writings. The image I took from it. I hope you’ll like the poem. I’ll share it in Hungarian, as well.

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Enchantment of the Soul, by J. W. Cassandra

Enchantment of the Soul, by J. W. Cassandra: this poem is one of the latest that I managed to work out for sharing. It wasn’t placed yet into any of my volumes. I wrote newer ones again but there’s no free time for sharing. I’ll do so later. I shared this poem in my website along with my other writings. The image I took from it. I hope you’ll like the poem. I’ll share it in Hungarian, as well.

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Epithalamium [Happy Bridegroom], by Sappho - poem analysis

Epithalamium, Happy Bridegroom | A Wedding Poem by Sappho

This is a really beautiful and lively poem by Sappho full of merriment, hope, and joy. Hesper is the one who is bringing the happy bridegroom to the bride for their ‘happily-ever-after’.

Epithalamium [Happy Bridegroom], by Sappho - poem analysis
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Teachers

On teachers day I am sharing a poem about some of my favorite teachers from elementary school. I can’t forget those precious moments in my life.

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Coffee grains

The sleek falling down the sky, A little bitter than a coffee grain, Yowls in the creak of floors, I’ve heard your beating heart miles ago!!!   They flutter ,they rupture, I’ll walk on u…

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J. W. Cassandra: Ha az éj talpa bársony

If the Soles of the Night are Velvet, by J. W. Cassandra: this is one of my poems written recently. I share it in English and in Hungarian, as well. I haven’t placed it yet into any of my volumes. I hope you’ll like it. Illustration is from Pixabay, by WikiImages. J. W. Cassandra: Ha az éj talpa bársony: ezt a versemet mostanában írtam, még egyik kötetembe sem soroltam be. Megosztom mind angolul, mind magyarul. Remélem, tetszeni fog. Illusztráció: WikiImages, Pixabay.

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If the Soles of the Night are Velvet by J. W. Cassandra

If the Soles of the Night are Velvet, by J. W. Cassandra: this is one of my poems written recently. I share it in English and in Hungarian, as well. I haven’t placed it yet into any of my volumes. I hope you’ll like it. Illustration is from Pixabay, by WikiImages.

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crowd is all there is isn’t it

In the bright clear sky endless stars where are an unnoticed, lonely and dull he was there too light couldn’t reach there all is left is dark would it go to the abyss or somebody…

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