English | Spanish | French | German | Portuguese| Italian | Romanian

math poem

aller Tag zum Aufpassen der blauen Welle sich zu kräuseln und zu brechen
gibt es jedes dort
es gibt drei Möglichkeiten, in denen Männer nehmen
wenn der Schleier von den Augen angehoben wird
schreckliche Wahrheiten diese sind
Ruhe als die zweiter Sommer
tun Sie die Jungen und Mädchen gehen noch
ich stand
burly, DösenHumblebiene
an der Dämmerung sagte er
voll von den Rissen
das endlose, dumme merriment der Sterne

 



Poetry news via Google, MSN, and Yahoo!

  • Charlemange's Magic Joyeuse Sword - Poem by Iduna Brooker Beck
  • Award-Winning Poet Aims To Push Boundaries Of Conversations On Motherhood
  • Multimedia collaboration ‘Throughline’ debuts at Cornell
  • The day my husband disappeared: How the power of Insta-wisdom helped one woman through a painful divorce
  • Poetry and magic from Boa Mistura
  • Vidrohi: A revolutionary poet of JNU
  • Christian Bale, Benicio del Toro, Haley Bennett All Cut From Terrence Malick’s ‘Song to Song’ at SXSW
  • The young poet in 'Window Horses' finds identity and belonging in a foreign land
  • Sultan attends Sharjah Arabic Poetry Festival
  • Kisses of Perpetuity – Author Mark Andrew Heathcote
  • Seventeen: Fight or Flight, poem by Steve Klepetar (ME, AT 17 Poetry and Prose Series)
  • Stanton: Introducing Phoenix's first poet laureate
  • The Mysterious Poetry of Grief
  • Celebrate National Poetry Month with poetry festival events
  • Poems of Reality: The Experiences of Life

Poetry | Home | Contact Us | Educational Resources | Privacy

Summer School Help Beginner Math Physics Primer Chemistry Primer Intro Psychology English Primer
Intro Grammar Beginner Writing American History American Civil War Intro Biology Composition Help

www.endlesspoetry.com ©Copyright 2004 - 2010 Michael VanDeMar All Rights Reserved