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A selection of poems from the golden period of Sufism especially chosen and translated from the Arabic by the distinguished scholar Dr Martin Lings. Including poems here translated for the first time, Sufi Poems brings together selections from the giants of Sufism; for example, Rabia, Hallaj, Ibn al-Farid and Ibn 'Arabi.

Forty Days and One Night :: <p>Forty Days and One Night is a compilation of poems intended to be used as a motivational aid in the writings of other poets from the novice on up. This collection is a sample of examples of different poetry types and styles. Rhyming, non-rhyming, happy, sad, simple, complex (multiple rhyming schemed), haiku, romantic, faith based, and story poems are the bulk of this set of examples. The straightforward eight syllable poem or "eight syllablur" h...


It’s always interesting to discover the genesis of a popular and memorable poem or piece of music. You assume, for example, that William Wordsworth actually based his poem abou…

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Akhmatova I never met. She died in ’66 and I never encountered her, but she’s an old friend of mine in spirit. She taught me something, taught me the possibility of dealing quite directly with the most painful experiences … Requiem 1935–40 is a good example. The background of the poem was excruciating, and yet out of it she made a poem that is personal at its immediate level but universal in its ultimate form. It transcends the personal by viewing the historic occasion through the lens of…

Types of Poetry from Treetop Displays on - (13 pages) - A set of 13 A4 posters showing a range of different types of poetry. Each poster gives an example of the poem. Includes acrostic poems, haikus, imagery poems, narrative poems and limericks.