What is the best poem written in the world and where can it be found?
in english only.
I may add several answers after I think about this question some more. The best love poem is :Sonnets from the Portuguese 43: "How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.." by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. This simple poem describes the power of love in this life and hoped for continuance in the the next. )
Any of the poems written on my hubpages Seriously though, the nineteenth century poets from Longfellow to Poe to Keats were some of the best poets I've ever read. They had a grip on imagery, style and flow. Their poems have meaning and displayed conscious thought and awareness of people and the world around them. When I read poetry for pleasure and inspiration, the above poets are my favorite reads.
This question can never be answered. There is no one best. Each person has their opinion as to what makes something the best, so you will never find one that everyone agrees on. W H Auden's poem, Funeral Blues, is one of my all time favorites. A good poem or story pulls out feelings and makes you drowned in them. Therefore, it will be different for each person. You will need to find your own.
There is no best poem...only what we consider to be our favorite. Tears on the trail is mine.
Poetry is subjective. What I would consider the best poem in the world, you may disagree. I've written poems about love lost, death of a child and my cat eating butter, it can be all over the lot. I like poems that a really raw with emotion, those are usually poems that people can identify with.
The best poem in the world was written by someone very special to me and exists in the writer's mind and my own heart.
So easy for me this one !!!
It is Rudyard Kipling's "If"
You can kind it anywhere and everywhere !!!
That's my favourite
The best poem written
is one that you alone must seek.
The world abound has many words:
mighty and grand; humble and meek.
Alas, with your mind insight and your heart in tow,
find a secret place-
and perhaps among the stillness your answer will grow...
Without doubt, the greatest poem ever written is "King Borriah Bungalee Boo" and it can be found in the Bab Ballads.
Check it out and you will have to agree...
by Jennifer Arnett 5 weeks ago
Does anyone have any tips for beginning to write poetry?I haven't written very many poems in my life. It's just not something I'm good at, but I would like to get better. Thank you!
by susan beck 7 years ago
I'm interested in poetic process. I personally believe the real writing comes in the editing stage and that all first drafts, without exception, are abysmal. As a result, I edit and rewrite a piece multiple times over days and sometimes weeks before I deem a poem acceptable for...
by surfeitt 4 months ago
I am hoping to receive a post from each poet on Hubpages so that I may read your work and follow you.Thanks,Surfeitt
by Victoria Stephens 7 years ago
Hi everyone!I have lots of poems that I am considering putting on here, some long and some fairly short. Is there a minimum word count for writing on hubpages. Thanks.x
by pearlmacb 6 years ago
Do you think women abused by men, would appreciate a poem written by a man?I`m currently working on a book project to empower women through poetry.
by Raven4180 7 years ago
Have you ever written a song or poem for someone?I have thought about doing these things, but I lack the artistic expression that others posses. Unless you classify sarcasm as art.
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