EQUILIBRIUM POEMS

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Christmas Eve

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Out of the little chapel I burst
Into the fresh night-air again.
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Robert Browning

Robert Browning
The Rat Is The Concisest Tenant.

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The Rat is the concisest Tenant.
He pays no Rent.
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Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson
Sordello: Book The Fourth

Meantime Ferrara lay in rueful case;
The lady-city, for whose sole embrace
Her pair of suitors struggled, felt their arms
A brawny mischief to the fragile charms
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Robert Browning

Robert Browning
An Epistle - Containing The Strange Medical Experience Of Karshish, The Arab Physician

Karshish, the picker-up of learning's crumbs,
The not-incurious in God's handiwork
(This man's-flesh he hath admirably made,
Blown like a bubble, kneaded like a paste,
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Robert Browning

Robert Browning
Betrayal

If a man says half himself in the light, adroit
Way a tune shakes into equilibrium,
Or approximates to a note that never comes:

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Arthur Seymour John Tessimond
Poem Of Remembrance For A Girl Or A Boy

YOU just maturing youth! You male or female!
Remember the organic compact of These States,
Remember the pledge of the Old Thirteen thenceforward to the rights,
life, liberty, equality of man,
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Walt Whitman

Walt Whitman
Children's Games

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This is a schoolyard
crowded
with children
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William Carlos Williams

William Carlos Williams
Transformation & Escape

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I reached heaven and it was syrupy.
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Gregory Corso
Ch 06 On Weakness And Old Age Story 01

I was holding a disputation with a company of learned men in the cathedral mosque of Damascus when a youth stepped among us, asking whether anyone knew Persian, whereon most of them pointed to me. I asked him what the matter was and he said that an old man, aged one hundred and fifty years, was in the agony of death but saying something in Persian which nobody could understand and that if I were kindly to go and see him I might obtain the information whether he was perhaps desirous of making his last will. When I approached his pillow, he said:

รข??A while ago I said I shall take some rest
But alas, the way of my breath is choked.
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Saadi Shirazi
Great Are The Myths

GREAT are the myths--I too delight in them;
Great are Adam and Eve--I too look back and accept them;
Great the risen and fallen nations, and their poets, women, sages,
inventors, rulers, warriors, and priests.
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Walt Whitman

Walt Whitman
The Equilibrists

Full of her long white arms and milky skin
He had a thousand times remembered sin.
Alone in the press of people traveled he,
Minding her jacinth, and myrrh, and ivory.
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John Crowe Ransom
One Woman To All Women

I don't care whether I am beautiful to you
You other women.
Nothing of me that you see is my own;
A man balances, bone unto bone
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D. H. Lawrence (david Herbert Richards)
Can't You See?

Why can't we be supportive of this?
Why can we open our mind to this objective?
Why can't we save our planet earth from this ascending climate change?
Why do we flump and present that they nothing happening?
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Akeela Trotman

Akeela Trotman
Moon Dark World

The trees
are forming hands
to cloak the sky
with pillow whispers,
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Paul Cameron Brown
Meditations Of A Classical Man On A Mathematical Paper During A Late Fellowship Examination

Woe, woe is me! for whither can I fly?
Where hide me from Mathesis' fearful eye?
Where'er I turn the Goddess haunts my path,
Like grim Megoera in revengeful wrath:
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Edward Woodley Bowling
The Rat

The rat is the concisest tenant.
He pays no rent, --
Repudiates the obligation,
On schemes intent.
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Emily Elizabeth Dickinson
Life Without A Father

Forgetting old stories I tread
Vallies of imagination. I felt my
Heart lost in abject thoughts.
Is it my fault I found myself here?
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Olufemi Aanuoluwa

Olufemi Aanuoluwa
The Oracle

The old white bearded man spoke in soft voice,
in front of the seated crowd in elegant poise.
Honor is a divine spark that has a hidden affect,
the mask of vanity and truth attract every soul prospect.
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Robert Rittel

Robert Rittel
Desire

The perpetual thick forest of desire,
and running rivers of longing.
Happiness in sincerity plays hide and seek,
pursuit of photoshop reality so bleak.
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Robert Rittel

Robert Rittel
The Wounded Spirit

Mental agony in distress reaches to fancy aught,
haunted into the corner of dreadful thought.
The gazing soul dwells in ending conclusion,
shadows in eternities confusion.
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Robert Rittel

Robert Rittel