J. W. Cassandra: Tiszteld a fát!

Honour the Trees!, by J. W. Cassandra, a poem of me, written recently. I wrote this short poem after spending a beautiful day in Budapest, where I took this Japanese acacia tree photo, seen on the title page as an illustration. The tree stands on Square Fővám (Main Customs), Budapest. I enjoyed its beauty and shade very much. Generally, I think so, trees are the lungs of our planet, so we must protect them. I wrote of this topic more poems so far. I share here the poem both in English and Hungarian.

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Honour the Trees!, by J. W. Cassandra

Honour the Trees!, by J. W. Cassandra, a poem of me, written recently. I wrote this short poem after spending a beautiful day in Budapest, where I took this Japanese acacia tree photo, seen on the title page as an illustration. The tree stands on Square Fővám (Main Customs), Budapest. I enjoyed its beauty and shade very much. Generally, I think so, trees are the lungs of our planet, so we must protect them. I wrote of this topic more poems so far. I share here the poem both in English and Hungarian.

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Visions Dteams & Goals

Vision, Dream and Goals You are in Control and it’s time to manifest Your “Visions Dreams and Goals”

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EMPOWERMENT

Everyday we WAKE UP and open our EYES we are given TWO gifts I will use them to Put the pen to Paper EMPOWER & WRITE

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Asombroso (Simply Amazing)

You fertilize the earth and give life to possibilities. You are a landscape of magnificent mountains and rivers. You are a creation of fascination and a fascinating creation.

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Hope

One look at you, is all that matters The thunder insides splutters My gasps turn into a rythmic breath as calmness builds in sheaths. I kneel down towards you. You are blissfully in full bloom Radiant and dissolving all gloom.

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Abou Ben Adhem by James Henry Leigh Hunt

Abou Ben Adhem by Leigh Hunt

“Abou Ben Adhem” is a short poem that says the best expression of the love of God is the love for fellow human beings. It’s neither the prayers nor the church services that get you in the good books of God.

Abou Ben Adhem by James Henry Leigh Hunt
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Phoenix

It’s about victims of sexual assaults and violence, the stigma around these victims in India and the poetry is motivation and triumph because they are survivors, not victims.

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O Sodara Sahodara Telugu Song ©

This is a good Labour Theme Song in Telugu and the gist of the song has been written in English. This song could be highly useful for utility in feature films. A well written song. This song covers all points related to Labour and Workmen and all other hard workers. This song highlights the culture and life leading activities Please read, like, share and comment on this song.

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Colour-echo of Almighty, by J. W. Cassandra

Colour-echo of Almighty, by J. W. Cassandra, my newest poem. This time I share the poem only in English. I share with you my poem for my friends in the USA without any kind of distinction. I feel for all of my friends, who suffer. I wish you all, my friends, with entire my heart to live in peace and in love again. Every lives matter ever.

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The Patience of Ordinary Things by Pat Schneider

The Patience of Ordinary Things by Pat Schneider

The beauty of this poem lies in its simplicity. How the writer is able to find the greatest of the virtues in the simplest of things.
Everything that we witness daily, the things that are doing nothing more than the routine things are the biggest epitome of patience.

The Patience of Ordinary Things by Pat Schneider
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Vocation by Rabindranath Tagore

Vocation | A Poem by Rabindranath Tagore

Vocation by Rabindranath Tagore is a perfect tour into the mind of a child. This poem shows our inner-most needs. This poem is also a reminder to all the grown-ups that how these needs are curtailed by the parameters of the societal norms.

Vocation by Rabindranath Tagore
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Sonnet 76 Shakespeare analysis

Sonnet 76 – Why is My Verse So Barren of New Pride by William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare in this sonnet seems a bit concerned about the fact that his style of writing isn’t up-to-date with the new style of writing. Yet he seems to have accepted the fact that it can’t be changed, as it reflects him and his true feelings.
All he can write about is his love.

Sonnet 76 Shakespeare analysis
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“Patience, baby”

“Patience, baby”

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Wild Geese mary oliver

Wild Geese | A Poem by Mary Oliver

“Wild Geese” is an attempt by Oliver to inspire people to be true to themselves and nature rather than run a never-ending race to be perfect for people. And that “you” are not alone with a life full of despair. There are millions, and you will definitely find someone to share it with. You just need some patience. This is also and attempts by the poet to promote human connectivity.

Wild Geese mary oliver
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