In their old chaos seas and skies shall join,
And stars with stars confounded lose their shine.
The earth no longer shall extend its shore,
To keep the ocean out, the moon no more.
Follow the Sun, scornful of her way,
Cross him, and claim the guidance of the day.
And falling world's now jarring frame no peace,
No league shall hold.
The Red Wheelbarrow
By: William Carlos Williams
so much depends
a red wheel
glazed with rain
beside the white
hey, you said on anything
I din't know it, but now I'm a poet.
here is a hiaku
like my bomerang
it always comes back to me
right into my hand
sonnet 18 shakespeare:
shall i compaire thee to asummers day
thou art more lovrely and more twmperate
the canterbury tales
sidneys :and will thou leave me thus
andrew marvels poems:to his mistress
u can search the web there are millions of good verse
roses are red
violets r blue
sugar is sweet
n so r u
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