Tag Archives: Generations English Poems

This Is My Father: Father’s Day Nursery Rhyme

This Is My Father: Father's Day Nursery Rhyme

This Is My Father – Nursery Rhyme: A nursery rhyme is a traditional poem or song for children in Britain and many other countries, but usage of the term only dates from the late 18th / early 19th century. The term Mother Goose rhymes is interchangeable with nursery rhymes. From the mid-16th century nursery rhymes begin to be recorded in …

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Our Fathers: Father’s Day Special Short Poetry

Our Fathers: Father's Day Special Short Poetry

Our Fathers: The contributions and sacrifices made by our fathers in our lives do not need a specific day for celebration. A father, who is our role model and superhero, is that one special man who is a friend, parent, philosopher and guide who always protects us in every phase of our lives. Father’s Day is celebrated on the third …

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Father’s Day Poem Celebrating Fatherhood

Father’s Day - Mary Frances Bogle

Father’s Day Poem: Poem Celebrating Dad and Father’s Day – Father’s Day is not as respected and popularly observed as Mother’s Day. There is a simple reason for this. Although almost everyone has difficult issues with their mothers, there is no doubt as to their mother’s love. The same is not true for fathers. Because men have a more difficult …

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The Fool: Gautama Buddha English Poetry

The Fool - Lord Buddha English Poetry

The Fool: Buddha’s Poetry – Siddhartha, who later became known as the Buddha – or The Enlightened One – was a prince who forsook the comforts of a palace to seek enlightenment. He realized the essential unreality of the world and experienced the bliss of Nirvana. After his enlightenment, he spent the remainder of his life teaching others how to …

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The Wise: Mahatma Buddha English Poetry

The Wise - Lord Buddha Poem in English

The Wise – The Buddha: The history of Buddhism is the story of one man’s spiritual journey to Enlightenment, and of the teachings and ways of living that developed from it. Siddhartha Gautama – The Buddha: By finding the path to Enlightenment, Siddhartha was led from the pain of suffering and rebirth towards the path of Enlightenment and became known …

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Awareness: Gautama Buddha English Poetry

Awareness - Lord Buddha

Awareness: Gautama Buddha Poetry – Siddhartha, who later became known as the Buddha – or The Enlightened One – was a prince who forsook the comforts of a palace to seek enlightenment. He realized the essential unreality of the world and experienced the bliss of Nirvana. After his enlightenment, he spent the remainder of his life teaching others how to …

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The Buddha At Kamakura: Rudyard Kipling Poem

The Buddha At Kamakura - Rudyard Kipling English Poem

The Buddha At Kamakura: Rudyard Kipling was born on December 30, 1865, in Bombay, India. He was educated in England but returned to India in 1882. A decade later, Kipling married Caroline Balestier and settled in Brattleboro, Vermont, where he wrote The Jungle Book (1894), among a host of other works that made him hugely successful. Kipling was the recipient of the …

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My Shadow My Girl: Short Poetry On Daughters

My Shadow, My Girl: Short Poetry On Daughters

My Shadow My Girl – Short Poem: A daughter is a very special creation in the family. Daughters are not only delicate and lovely but also a strong pillar of the family. Their sometimes, sweet, smiley faces and beauty encapsulates the joy of parenthood and becomes the cornerstone of strength in families. The fact that, some cultures have been harsh …

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Buddha Jayanti Day: English Poetry on Buddha

Buddha Jayanti Day

Buddha Purnima or Buddha Jayanti, popularly known as Vesak, is commemorated as the birthday of Prince Siddhartha Gautama, the founder of Buddhism. Since Buddha was born, attained enlightenment and Nirvana on Purnima, the full moon period, the day is known as Buddha Purnima. As Buddha’s Birthday also falls in the Hindu month of Vaishakha, Buddha Jayanti is popular as Vesak …

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