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The Mine -YOUR FAVOURITE POEM

A mine spread out its vast machinery.

Here engines with their huts and smoky stacks,

Cranks, wheels, and rods, boilers and hissing steam,

Pressed up the water from the depths below. 528 more words

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THE SUFFOLK PUNCH -YOUR FAVOURITE POEM


Heavy draught horse
Beautiful Chestnut beast
Solid and dependable
With energetic gait
Known as “good doers”
The Suffolk Punch
Work horse of the land

By… 16 more words

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9 Father's Day Poems That'll Make You and Your Dad Tear Up -YOUR FAVOURITE POEMS

 

 

This Sunday is Father’s Day (which means if you haven’t gotten a present yet, you should probably get to it!). Sometimes though, figuring out what to say in the card to your dad is even more difficult than picking out his gift. 470 more words

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New Poetry from TJ Beitelman :: AMERICANA

   

 
 
Americana is a wide-eyed view of the extraordinary world around us, one most of us rarely have the capacity to see.
 —Mark Neely  

In TJ Beitelman’s poems, “everything’s a powder / keg,” where everyday occurrences explode into expressions of joy and heartache.  545 more words

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A Morning Stroll (after the tragedy)

Walk with eyes open, a different look today,

notice the change of heart, perhaps a hesitation,

that normal glance of hello now secondary

to this inherent need shadows fear’s trepidation. 93 more words

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COASTWISE BARGES- YOUR FAVOURITE POEM

Poem, origin unknown, found in handwritten notes of the late Frank Willmott.Buxom barges drifting,
Outward with the tide,
Outward, onwards, seawrad,
Where buoys and beacons guide.
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The Battle Of Waterloo - YOUR FAVOURITE POEM

‘Twas in the year 1815, and on the 18th day of June,
That British cannon, against the French army, loudly did boom,
Upon the ever memorable bloody field of Waterloo; 1,036 more words

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