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I sing what was lost and dread what was won, I walk in a battle fought over again, My king a lost king, and lost soldiers my  Perhaps you are trying to analyze it? The poem, What Was Lost, has not yet been commented on. You can click here to be...

now teeming with thoughts of you, i try to find a reason to hold on, to delay the inevitable! when love has won the war, i have lost the battle to you! i am lost under your spell and i am losing myself everyday!

if you feel that the battle you've fought is lost, rmmbr it takes a number of battles to win a war. you may have lost this one, but when you 'come back' .. you'll come back, i hope, with thoughts of a war to be won.

So I have been writing for a few years now. I enjoy rhyming things.  --- The Best Battle Won is encapsulated by struggle. It first examines sadism and barbarism and prods the psychoses and neuroses...

Email Poem | Today's Poetry. To Battles Lost and Won. A scourge makes rounds without remorse.  Where father of mine too also fell. Though his war fought back then was lost. My mother's life was spared a great loss.

I sing what was lost and dread what was won, I walk in a battle fought over again, My king a lost king, and lost soldiers my men; Feet to the Rising and Setting may run, They always beat on the same small stone.

One day I'll be the victor in this battle that we wage, for Sam's my little sister, and she's only half my age.  Illustration © Stephen Carpenter. Any copying or use of this poem or illustration without consent is unlawful.

Its beginning and ending are lost, but the poem provides a detailed account of the battle from the English point of view. Its pace and vividness suggests that the poem might have been intended to accompany a tapestry depicting the deeds of Byrhtnoš.

Posted at 6:13 am under Uncategorized.  How much longer will I wait. Until I see Your face? How many battles must I win.

"For Want of a Nail" is a proverbial rhyme showing that small actions can result in large consequences. This proverb has been around in many variations for centuries (see historical references below)…

But what is the battle about? Be it love, Be it hate, Be it crazy, Be it straight, Can it be won, Can it be lost, To win you must conquer

All About War Movies. Waterloo (1970) “Next to a battle lost, the saddest thing is a battle won”  I can still hear my father’s voice drone this part of Victor Hugo’s famous poem L’Expiation (an endless poem by the way) on Sunday mornings.

Joseph, this poem is so stirring, so descriptive of war and the bloodshed that goes with it.. Especially like the line "the next worce thing,k to a battle lost, is that, of a battle won". so much said in this line of the horrors of war.. very well...

Monday, August 11, 2008. Rated "PG" by the Author.  This is the poem I came up with for her. he fought a battle he could never win. a vicious cycle he was in.

Maybe I lost to you in war. Still I had won many battles. Meaningful glances and gestures  Click here to write your comments about this poem (Won are the battles by Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar. )

"O Lord, give me the good fight, give me a losing battle." A prose poem by Vic Alexander. "Every good thing comes to an end, so  That day will surely come, but I don't need to celebrate it before it's here. In fact, I won't be celebrating at all.

Cancer Poem, You Lost A Strong Fight Against Cancer, Sad Poems, A poem from daughter to mother written the morning after she  She is so strong though, she is still matter what happens she has won this battle with this evil thing...

He told her that a great battle had been fought there, and many of the leaders had won great renown.  This analysis of "The Battle of Blenheim" is reprinted from Historic Poems and Ballads. Ed.

I thunder down the motorway In my scarlet car And I am just a lad again Determined to go far. I’m dreaming of the desert Of battles won and lost And how we will prevail today No matter what the cost.

They lost country, language, and hopes. Yet from this loss came the epic poems of Serbia, the stories of their past.  I feel that this loss of a battle enabled the Serbs to win the war . . . of cultural survival.

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