Category: Poems

BRIDAL BALLAD by Edgar Allan Poe

BRIDAL
BALLAD
by Edgar Allan Poe
(1837)
The ring is on my hand,
And the wreath is on my brow;
Satin and jewels grand
Are all at my command,
And I am happy now.
And my lord he loves me well;
But, when first he breathed his vow,
I felt my bosom swell-
For the words rang as a knell,
And the voice see

SCHOOL

SCHOOL
I can see you in the morning when you go to school
Don’t forget your books, you know you’ve got to learn the golden rule,
Teacher tells you stop your play and get on with your work
And be like Johnnie – too-good, well don’t you know he never shirks
– he’s coming along!
After School is over y

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast
——————–
Remember the first dance we shared?
Recall the night you melted my ugliness away?
The night you left with a kiss so kind
Only a send of beauty left be 18418d39s hind
Ah dear friend I remember the night
The moon and the dreams we shared
Your trembling paw in

THEATRE OF TRAGEDY LYRICS – Aegis (1998)

THEATRE OF TRAGEDY
LYRICS – Aegis (1998)
1. Cassandra
2. Lorelei
3. Angelique
4. Aoede
5. Siren
6. Samantha
7. Venus
8. Poppea
9. Bacchante
10. Virago
1. Cassandra
[Words by Raymond,
Music by Theatre of Tragedy]
He gave to her, yet
tenfold claim’d in return –
She hath no life but
the on

Two different worlds

Two different worlds
Who is the god above me
Who summoned that you should love me?
Why has he blessed us in this way?
I know I’ll thank him every day
My heart was wise to choose you
But they’ll want me 15215d32p to refuse you
Now that we know where we belong
They’re bound to say it’s wrong
Just t

vintersorg – the focusing blur

1.
Prologue Dialogue- the reason
Man:
Our evolving existence
Is the wording of our endless strife
Matter:
(silence)
Man:
I’m built by you, but you live only through me
A paradox that I still escape
Matter:
(silence)
2. The
essence
An extension of the theories
Gravitates across the seas
Changing the

Paradoxes and Oxymorons

Paradoxes and Oxymorons
 
This poem is concerned with language on a very plain level.
Look at it talking to you. You look out a window Or pretend to fidget. You have it but you don’t have
it.
You miss it, it misses you. You miss each other.
This poem is sad because it wants to be yours, and c

Cornography

“Cornography”
The Grand Old Op’ry Theatre
proudly presents:Cornography.
Kung Pao!
Episode two: The continuing adventures of the Kung Pao
buckaroos.
The three cowboys needed a place to bed down for the night.
So I suggested the 23523u208x establishment of Miss Kitty May,
(Or she may not).A former l

The Complete Collection of Poems by Edgar Allan Poe

The Complete Collection of Poems
by Edgar Allan Poe
Edgar Allan Poe
January 19, 1809, October 7, 1849
Al Aaraaf
Alone
Annabel Lee
The Bells
Bridal Ballad
The City in the Sea
The Coliseum
The Conqueror Worm – from
“Ligeia”
A Dream
Dreamland
Dreams
Dream Within a Dream
Eldorado
Elizabeth
An Enigma
Eu