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The other day I saw
There were people
Who could not walk properly.
And yet many others
Who could not talk properly
Some had an improper hand.
And I thought it was
Due to an improper gland.
Everything was black
And nothing was white
She could not see the light,
With her hands she could feel and write
Which I could never imagine.
She could feel the gentle breeze
Which I never did,
She could hear many sounds
In the trees
Which I never heard
She could smell
The scent of flowers
Which I never could smell
And without her eyes.
She knew much more
Which, with two eyes.
I could never see.
Now I know
She was not improper
But was super proper


The word POETRY originates from a Greek word meaning TO MAKE. A poet is thus a maker and the poem something that is made or created. No single definition of poetry is possible but some characteristic features of poetry may be mentioned. Poetry has a musical quality with rhythm, pitch, metre and it may use figures of speech such as simile and metaphor. While quite a few poems in this selection are in traditional forms, the unit also includes modern poems that are free from formal restrictions.

Here is a list of English Poems written by various authors. Whatever the question is, poetry may be the answer. Writers say poetry provides them with comfort, a way to express themselves and the discipline of finding the essence with few words. Writing the poem (and finding just the right word) is the measure of success that the authors use. Really good poetry is instinctive. It’s who you are. It’s from the heart. You need to expose yourself to all kinds of poets and you may find your motivation and muse that way. Poetry gets to the core meaning. Poetry expands ideas.

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