Rabindranath Tagore's poem,"The Journey," appears in his most widely-known collection titled Gitanjali. The poet was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1913, specifically for this collection.
Forgiveness - the 11th word in the series of "Good Words' given by a fellow Hubber - I pledge to write a poem for each good word she gives each week. -- Thanks to Jo_Goldsmith's "Good Words" project.
On the dangers of disrespect, coming out of its darkness and a trillinea poem.
Like a woman An orchid is a beautiful flower Like her foundation Its stem is strong yet flexible Like her skin The petals are silky soft to the touch Compared to her feminine body An orchid's form is curvaceous Like her...
Poems on the reality and essence of the afterlife
Laurence Binyon's speaker celebrates the transcendence of the soldiers who have fought so bravely and died for freedom.
At age eleven, Paramahansa Yogananda grieved the loss of his mother, but his spiritual nature impelled his search for and ultimate success in realizing his Divine Mother.
The epigraph to James Weldon Johnson's poem, "Go Down, Death," identifies the poem as a dramatic "funeral oration."
Each day offers the opportunity to experience bliss. One must take care in defining "bliss," to be sure of a proper understanding of the nature of the term.
Juliet Wilson is an aspiring poet in West Palm Beach, Florida. She encourages people through her poems to use their gifts to inspire others.