By Merryn Jose
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These poems have been selected in order to convey a sense of the mystery of our lives, and the need to look beyond our day to day cares.
||Keats - "On First Looking into Chapman's Homer"||John Keats - "On First Looking into Chapman's Homer" Another short but often quoted poem - "Silent, upon a peak in Darien."||10 5 2006||Free||View In iTunes|
||Gray's Elegy||Thomas Gray - "Elegy written in a Country Churchyard" This poem contains a wealth of wisdom and many of its lines have been used by other writers: "Far from the madding crowd" and "Full many a flower is born to blush unseen."||10 5 2006||Free||View In iTunes|
||William Blake - "The Tiger"||William Blake - "The Tiger" Blake is the great English mystic, author and artist. "Tiger, tiger, burning bright .."||10 5 2006||Free||View In iTunes|
||Shelley's "Ozymandias"||This short poem is one of the most loved in the English language, in a few lines Shelley exposes the pretensions of power - "Look on my works ye Mighty and despair! Nothing beside remains..."||10 5 2006||Free||View In iTunes|