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In The Beginning
In the beginning
No Sooner Had I Opened My Eyes
To The Reader
To The Critics
To The Soul Bearer
To Nature
To Helen
To America
The Noble Thane
Love Is Pain
They Say
The Wrath Of Love
The Traveler
The Book of Deeds
The Great Stink Of London
Fairy Tale
Wordsmithing
The Pledge
The Messenger and the king
Thou Art Not Adam Or Eve
The Curse Of Antara Sheddad
So Many Covet
Friendless Friends
And A Tree With Large Branches Said
If Anguish the Only Place for my Heart to be
It Was Ten to Late When We Sat Around and Toasted
The Tiny Pebble
Love is like Earth but Flat
Most Poets Have Two Hands
The President’s Speech
I Am Patient With God
I am patient with God,
And Like Moses Crossing The Nile
I Am The Ash That Covers My Silent Fire
Not In A Desert I Saw The Poet
One Upon A Hill
Another Tomb
Helpless
How Can I Forgive You
To The Selfish
The Shepherd
The Artist In Me
Here We Are Hitherto Pulling
I Forgot The Days Of Yesterday
It Doesn’t Feed You Bread
Meed
My Muse Is A Story Of Old
Motherland I Will You Not Do
What The Might!
We hope
Solitude
She Wrapped My Heart In Her Hand
Nike
Poets In The Thought
Never Such A Doubt Again
I Asked A Wise Man
Fire among parents
Home Brew
Fate
A Novel Of Poems
Committed Dilemma
I Do Not Know
Be I
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For Whom The Poem Tolls

For Whom The Poem Tolls

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Alexander Pope said, “True ease in writing comes from art, not chance.

“Poetry, is an intriguing art, it absolves the mind from its complex cognitive structured web, yet it asks for a concise, fully- mature output.
I find it unbelievably true that most poetry stream from an unconscious state of consciousness; I struggled with this concept for a long time, until I gave up,
or did I?
Poetry also tends to flow unexpectedly, although it leaves mirthfulness in the heart of the poet yet occasionally it ignites doubt, which leads to diffidence.
Nevertheless, no pain no gain.
On the same hand, expectation is the mother of all surprises: yes, it is true to me, that the more I expect from a poem the more I find myself dazzled by its own unpredictability.
On the other hand, the poet is a mere adventurer like the reader I might add, who, if I may, is subjected to this unconsciousness, but the noble obligation of the one is what brings forth the gratefulness of the other.
However, unlike the reader, who is only responsible for his taste, the poet is whom everyone envies and the measure by which he is characterized and sometimes penalized, is envy itself.
Alexander Pope said, “True ease in writing comes from art, not chance.

“Poetry, is an intriguing art, it absolves the mind from its complex cognitive structured web, yet it asks for a concise, fully- mature output.
I find it unbelievably true that most poetry stream from an unconscious state of consciousness; I struggled with this concept for a long time, until I gave up,
or did I?
Poetry also tends to flow unexpectedly, although it leaves mirthfulness in the heart of the poet yet occasionally it ignites doubt, which leads to diffidence.
Nevertheless, no pain no gain.
On the same hand, expectation is the mother of all surprises: yes, it is true to me, that the more I expect from a poem the more I find myself dazzled by its own unpredictability.
On the other hand, the poet is a mere adventurer like the reader I might add, who, if I may, is subjected to this unconsciousness, but the noble obligation of the one is what brings forth the gratefulness of the other.
However, unlike the reader, who is only responsible for his taste, the poet is whom everyone envies and the measure by which he is characterized and sometimes penalized, is envy itself.

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