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Poems about philosophy jerod decker

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Poems about philosophy jerod decker

  1. 1. Poems about Philosophy Jerod Decker 1st period 5/22/2014 Mrs. Love The use of reason in understanding such things as the nature of the real world and existence, the use and limits of knowledge, and the principles of moral judgment. –Dictionary.cambridge.org
  2. 2. Mankind by David Turow We've always fought For what we thought Was more than worth Untimely death; We often cried, And sometimes died, But never got That which we sought. Yet still again-- Perhaps in vain-- We'll fight and strive-- While we're alive.
  3. 3. Explanation of “Mankind” • The poem “Mankind” is a poem about the internal strength of man. The ability to believe in an idea so strongly that we would risk anything in the protection and pursuit of the of an idea. The poem uses an aabb rhyme scheme. The poem also alludes the hopelessness of struggling in theses affairs, but man will fight.
  4. 4. The World by William Wordsworth The world is too much with us; late and soon, Getting and spending, we lay waste our powers: Little we see in Nature that is ours; We have given our hearts away, a sordid boon. This sea that bares her bosom to the moon; The winds that will be howling at all hours, And are up-gather'd now like sleeping flowers; For this, for everything, we are out of tune; It moves us not.--Great God! I'd rather be A Pagan suckled in a creed outworn; So might I, standing on this pleasant lea, Have glimpses that would make me less forlorn; Have sight of Proteus rising from the sea; Or hear old Triton blow his wreathed horn.
  5. 5. Explanation of The “World” “The World” is the a famous poem the talks the evils of industrialization. Mr. Wordsworth saw the evils of the industrial revolution and how the people mistreated the environment and their fellow man. The poem follows an abba rhyme scheme. The poem shows us how expansion should not cost us our humanity
  6. 6. Culmination by Poetvoyeur Big Bangs in miniature In every nanosecond Sling reflections of the stars Winking - from their distant graves. Are we the alpha and the zeta? Mirroring the universe looking inward on itself In perpetuity?
  7. 7. Explanation of “Culmination The “Culmination” is a poem that compares the entire universe and to our lives. It talks about how we overlook the small things in life just because they are small. The second half deals with the uncertainty of life. How we desperately try to figure out the future, but the only certainty is the past.
  8. 8. Dearest Enemy by GeethikaMy evil lair is now empty Once full of schemes and evil plans But all of the disappeared, When I foolishly grasped the chance. I took up my most malicious idea, And put into action right away. We fought in an epic battle of good and evil, And somehow I seized the day. I defeated you for the first time, Mortified you took off to the sky. News channels were talking about your abscond, But I thought this was some sort of lie. For you were brave and true, You were the hero of the town. And everyone believed in you, You were the one with the crown. Now I am the ruler, The epic one of all. The most evil person, Standing straight and tall. But what is the use, If you have no one to fight. No one to foil your plans, No one to tell you what is right. I know this sounds crazy, But, I still think of you every day. I am the villain and you are the hero, I wish nothing took it away. So for now all I can say, You were my dearest enemy. But one fine day while robbing a deserted bank, Is it a bird? Or a plane? People gaped at the sky, And I felt a neck breaking pain. The hero was back, I could scream with joy. Hit me hard, That’s my boy! Take the money , Save the young. And throw me to the air, I land in the dung. Later that day after I had washed myself, I went on with my daft plans. ‘Cause I knew you were back and I was so glad, Once again I had to grab the chance. I know this sounds crazy, But I think of you every day. I’m the villain and you are the hero, Nothing will change no matter what people say. So for now all I can say, You are my dearest enemy…..
  9. 9. Explanation of Dearest Enemy The poem takes an interesting view from the normal hero plot. The villain wins defeating the hero and taking control of the people. The villain then sees what he wanted. Not the power or money but the conflict of the hero. The villain is born a villain and wants nothing more than to fight the hero. He now is longing for his old foe to return and cheers knowing he can ounce again fight his old friend.
  10. 10. Bounty of Poems by Sandeep Jain Twisting thoughts as soft as plastic adding colours of imagination majestic moulding them into flowers,leaf or brakes poems run as rivers and lakes . They flow with passion as a waterfall showering droplets , rejoicing all they maybe compassionate as deep seas. or sharp and stinging as bees. Expressiing feelings of beauty,love and,friendship , showing hope ,care,compassion ,and worship take us to another world of peace where there is faith ,bliss and solace To the soul which is always torn between worldly desires and wisdom of heaven poems prove to be real deliverer balance of mind they bring to the sufferer . Poems go on delivering their message , making the poets immortal sages. enriching the culture of humanity , guiding the generations as bounty. Diluting the mind sick with sad thoughts and engaged in worldly desires overwrought poems relieve a man to evolve, thus proving to be a safety volve. Giving the poets a new life they shelter them against odds It is a gift to the chosen few who are favoured by gods.
  11. 11. Explanation of Bounty of poems “Bounty of Poems” is a poem expressing the amazing gift to humans poetry is. It always an artistic view of human experience and share it with all other people. The poem follows an aabb rhyme scheme. The author also says that poets are to be treasured and that they are favored by the gods.
  12. 12. All I Have by Sandeep JainMy name, my knowledge ,my views are all inherited owned by me today yet nurtured from centuries for the years to come Our forefathers created a world full of application of wisdom acquired by them by long experience easily taken by us as we passed through this age. The portraits, literature ,sculptures,landmarks and artifacts remove them and the world will no more be worth living We, the easy going folk who sustain ourselves by our heritage alone should be thankful to our ancestors. The cities and manners of living the language and the script way of clothing and eating all we have cultivated in a long long time of sustenance. Preserve O man this culture for bereft of this you shall be like wanderers without any footprints unknown to yourself as tramps vagabonds whose future will by as doubtful as past.
  13. 13. Explanation of All I Have The poet is very thankful to his ancestors and the past in general. He accredits all that we have to the great thinkers. The speaker also says that without the knowledge and gifts of the past that life wouldn’t be worth living. We also have to preserve the knowledge of the past and be careful not to tread on it. The poem has no rhyme scheme.
  14. 14. Cosmic Romance by C. SpiesTwo lovers found each other in the womb of the Cosmos - In a Universe smaller, and infinitely younger. White hot 'Everything' compressed into the smallest of places, and the smallest of spaces, expanding and cooling into brilliant sparkling clouds of gas - The formation of the interconnecting galaxies. These two particles stared out across the Cosmos at their opposite counterpart... They were so very similar, and yet so very different from one another. Their entire lives rotated in different directions, and yet they still felt as though they were one. They raced to embrace one another, but found that theirs was a forbidden love - One governed and ruled by the laws of physics. They were forever doomed to their individual isolation, for as soon as they met each other, they annihilated together - Converging with one another into an indescribable energy, powerful enough to destroy all that is, and all that ever was. The original Pyramus and Thisbe. The original Romeo and Juliet. A battle on a cosmic scale - That of the two lovers, Matter and Antimatter.
  15. 15. Explanation of Comic Romance The poem “Cosmic Romance” is about to properties of life anti-matter and matter. Things that are attracted to one another but can never come into contacted due to the laws of physics. This simple physical property is personified into a forbidden love that is the original Romeo and Juliet. The Poem has no rhyme scheme that is fallows.
  16. 16. Ego’s Wounds by Drifting Cloud Time heals all of ego's wounds What happened many lifetimes ago Long forgotten and thus forgiven No longer does the incident disturb us But as the time train chugs along its tracks And space and form appear in a new movie frame It allows ego to stab at the psyche once again As long as we ride behind its locomotive It's only by our strong belief in ego's movie That so painfully we can be hurt by it And when we see through the grand façade We can leave ego's foolish world far behind And be free of its piercing, stinging wounds Deep into the tender heart of belief Not just with the passing of time But in the ever present now
  17. 17. Ego’s Wounds by Drifting Cloud This poem talks about the how if we follow our ego it will be hurt. That time can heal our ego but not protect it from more damage. The only way for us to protect ourselves is to leave our ego behind. The speaker said that the ego makes us weak and leads to further pain.
  18. 18. Dare To Be Different by M. Amalraj Open the door of your heart Let love come running in Wait for nobody to knock at Live in reality, not in projected fantasy . Let go off unwanted thoughts Shutting down all depression Comp up with expression Engage with the world around. Yes Open; let the fresh air come in.
  19. 19. Explanation of Dare to be Different This poem is less of an expression of an idea but a plea from the speaker. Begging the reader to tear down all past notions of what is acceptable. Let yourself be open to the bad and the good in life, because that is the only way to live. The poem has no rhyme scheme but does have a couplet.
  20. 20. You Don’t Know Who I Think I Am by Fall Out Boy Oh oh oh oh Oh oh oh oh A penny for your thoughts but a dollar for your insights Or a fortune for your disaster I'm just a painter and I'm drawing a blank [Chorus] We only want to sing you to sleep In your bedroom speakers, whoa We need umbrellas on the inside Get me just right They say quitters never win But we walk the plank on a sinking ship There's a world outside of my front door That gets off on being down Oh oh oh oh [Chorus] I could learn to pity fools as I'm the worst of all And I can't stop feeling sorry for myself Whoa [Chorus] Broken down on memory lane Alone together, we're alone (Woah) We're broken down on memory lane Alone together, we're alone Oh oh oh oh
  21. 21. Explanation of You Don’t Know Who I Think I Am This songs speaks to the pressure of world to never give up. It talks about how you should learn from other peoples’ mistakes and that they are quite valuable. That if you live in the past then despite the memories they don’t make up for the chance you have squabbled.
  22. 22. Haiku: The Night A wise man once said Never go to bed hungry And then wake up full
  23. 23. Tanka: Democracy Some hate the poor while Some want to destroy freedom Both love the system Bipartisan cheerleading Welcome to America
  24. 24. The Day Trader The Day Trader stares At his computer the arrows He has a million options Looking for the next deal As he looks he zones out He forgets to sleep eat drink Live as he passes out from Lack of sleep on his computer When he is awoke he couldn’t Move all he could see was the arrows He tried and tried all he could feel Is a cold emptiness inside of him He looked at the screen and saw He had been shorted
  25. 25. Life is a Computer Life is a computer At times slow And annoying with Pop ups black outs Viruses but also is Very good with Facebook Myspace twitter and you Can get all your information You can read a thousand Books with a click of a mouse Right at your finger tips So there are always pop ups But all you have to do is keep Going and they will go away Just remember that Life is a computer
  26. 26. Bored Bored Boredom is a vibrant red It taste like chalk It sounds like the inaudible clamor of a crowd And smells like sweet and chips