English | Spanish | French | German | Portuguese| Italian | Romanian

elements of poetry

solitario y solitario
no hay multitud, no obstante está mirado y tendido
con alegría y maravilla
ochenta años han pasado, y más
con su pelo flaying violentamente
apenas como mis dedos en estas llaves
hace usted oír
vea que me doy usted
sé lo que usted va a decir
no puedo sentir siempre su greatness


 



Poetry news via Google, MSN, and Yahoo!

  • In These Dark Times, Turn To Paul Celan
  • Ted Kooser's American Life in Poetry (Dec. 3)
  • EARS by Jared Stanley
  • Here’s How Politicians Hailed ‘The Nightingale Of India’ Sarojini Naidu On The Eve Of Her Birth Anniversary
  • Teen Aberdeen siblings make list of top 100 Young Poets of the Year
  • Black Australia ‘Writes Back’ to the Literary Traditions of Empire
  • The Shadow Man Cometh: Flannery O’Connor’s Influence on U2’s The Joshua Tree
  • SUNDAY ANNOUNCEMENT: Calls for Submission, Contests and other News and Information
  • Hindi medium, rare
  • 10 of the Best Poems about New York
  • Chinese poet calls North Delta home
  • Elise and James’ Frida Kahlo-inspired Wedding
  • 10 Valentine’s Day Poems for Kids
  • Sasha Velour Examines Queer Family And Community In New Artsy Drag Magazine
  • Friday essay: the legend of Ishtar, first goddess of love and war

Poetry | Home | Contact Us | Educational Resources | Privacy

Summer School Help Beginner Math Physics Primer Chemistry Primer Intro Psychology English Primer
Intro Grammar Beginner Writing American History American Civil War Intro Biology Composition Help

www.endlesspoetry.com ©Copyright 2004 - 2010 Michael VanDeMar All Rights Reserved