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Uplifting, encouraging and inspiring. If you need a bit more of this in your life, these poems are for you. If however you prefer depression and giving up, then just keep on walking, this is not what you are looking for. These simple poems are just the thing to encourage our spirits and strengthen our backbone when troubles seem too much. The collectors of these poems say that the purpose of this volume is to bring men courage and resolution, to cheer them, to fire them with new confidence when they grow dispirited, to strengthen their faith that THINGS CAN BE DONE. I believe they have succeeded very well. Besides the poems themselves, the volume contains helps to their understanding and enjoyment. The pieces are introduced by short comments; these serve the same purpose as the strain played by the pianist before the singer begins to sing; they create a mood, give a point of view, throw light on the meaning of what follows. ( Phil chenevert and the editors)


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Hi everyone. I am still working out how each poem will be found, and will start posting the titles soon. But I am not discouraged by this problem because I know that ............IT CAN BE DONE!Image

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Looks like you're in need of a DPL.

Well, I just finished another poetry collection, so this looks like a good replacement (if not a bit large...)

EDIT: Are you going to include the Foreword as a section?

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Might I claim If by Rudyard Kipling, Section Four, please, Phil?

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JorWat wrote:
Looks like you're in need of a DPL.

Well, I just finished another poetry collection, so this looks like a good replacement (if not a bit large...)

EDIT: Are you going to include the Foreword as a section?

Thank you very much for your assistance here. I accept gratefully!! :thumbs: This is big project but the poems are rather short.

The Foreword will not be a section, it will start with the poems.

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Might I claim If by Rudyard Kipling, Section Four, please, Phil?

Sincerely,
Tony Addison.

Yes Tony, that is yours. I was going to claim it for myself, bringing back the old day of high school elocution contests, but then remembered that I didn't do very well in any of them. Great poem though!! enjoy. Image

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Can I claim 32 A Smiling Paradox please Phil these look like fun

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You know, I'm almost tempted to take 'DE SUNFLOWER AIN'T DE DAISY'.

But I'm fairly sure I'm not the person to try to pull off the right kind of accent...

EDIT: Oh, what the heck! I'll give it a go!

I've added it myself. (EDIT 2: Actually, it was a bit rude of me to do that... I'll let you add me)

Also, this might not be completely right, but here is a complete list of all the poems:

  1. BE THE BEST OF WHATEVER YOU ARE - Douglas Malloch
  2. THE HOUSE BY THE SIDE OF THE ROAD - Sam Walter Foss
  3. FOUR THINGS - Henry Van Dyke
  4. IF - Rudyard Kipling
  5. INVICTUS - William Ernest Henley
  6. IT COULDN'T BE DONE - Edgar A. Guest
  7. THE WELCOME MAN - Walt Mason
  8. THE QUITTER - Robert W. Service
  9. FRIENDS OF MINE - James W. Foley
  10. THE WOMAN WHO UNDERSTANDS - Everard Jack Appleton
  11. WANTED—A MAN - St. Clair Adams
  12. IF I SHOULD DIE - Ben King
  13. JUST BE GLAD - James Whitcomb Riley
  14. OPPORTUNITY - Berton Braley
  15. SOLITUDE - Ella Wheeler Wilcox
  16. UNSUBDUED - S.E. Kiser
  17. WORK - Angela Morgan
  18. HOW DID YOU DIE? - Edmund Vance Cooke
  19. A LESSON FROM HISTORY - Joseph Morris
  20. RABBI BEN EZRA - Robert Browning
  21. TO MELANCHOLY - John Kendrick Bangs
  22. THE LION PATH - Charlotte Perkins Gilman
  23. THE ANSWER - Grantland Rice
  24. THE WORLD IS AGAINST ME - Edgar A. Guest
  25. SAY NOT THE STRUGGLE NOUGHT AVAILETH - Arthur Hugh Clough
  26. WORTH WHILE - Ella Wheeler Wilcox
  27. HOPE - Anonymous
  28. I'M GLAD - Anonymous
  29. THE CHAMBERED NAUTILUS - Oliver Wendell Holmes
  30. PIPPA'S SONG - Robert Browning
  31. OWNERSHIP - St. Clair Adams
  32. A SMILING PARADOX - John Kendrick Bangs
  33. THE NEW DUCKLING - Alfred Noyes
  34. CAN YOU SING A SONG? - Joseph Morris
  35. KNOW THYSELF - Angela Morgan
  36. JUST WHISTLE - Frank L. Stanton
  37. MIGHT HAVE BEEN" - Grantland Rice
  38. THE ONE - Everard Jack Appleton
  39. THE JOY OF LIVING - Gamaliel Bradford
  40. THERE WILL ALWAYS BE SOMETHING TO DO - Edgar A. Guest
  41. GOOD INTENTIONS - St. Clair Adams
  42. PHILOSOPHY FOR CROAKERS - Joseph Morris
  43. THE FIGHTING FAILURE - Everard Jack Appleton
  44. DUTY - Ralph Waldo Emerson
  45. THE CALL OF THE UNBEATEN - Grantland Rice
  46. POLONIUS'S ADVICE TO LAERTES - William Shakespeare
  47. HOW DO YOU TACKLE YOUR WORK? - Edgar A. Guest
  48. MAN OR MANIKIN - Richard Butler Glaenzer
  49. HAVING DONE AND DOING - William Shakespeare
  50. FAITH - S.E. Kiser
  51. OPPORTUNITY - John James Ingalls
  52. OPPORTUNITY - William Shakespeare
  53. OPPORTUNITY - Walter Malone
  54. OPPORTUNITY - Edward Rowland Sill
  55. MY PHILOSOPHY - James Whitcomb Riley
  56. ULYSSES - Alfred Tennyson
  57. PREPAREDNESS - Edwin Markham
  58. THE WISDOM OF FOLLY - Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler (The Honorable Mrs. Alfred Felkin)
  59. SEE IT THROUGH - Edgar A. Guest
  60. DECEMBER 31 - S.E. Kiser
  61. RING OUT, WILD BELLS - Alfred Tennyson
  62. WORK - Henry Van Dyke
  63. START WHERE YOU STAND - Berton Braley
  64. A HOPEFUL BROTHER - Frank L. Stanton
  65. A SONG OF THANKSGIVING - Angela Morgan
  66. LOSE THE DAY LOITERING - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  67. PLAYING THE GAME - Berton Braley
  68. RESOLVE - Charlotte Perkins Gilman
  69. WHEN NATURE WANTS A MAN - Angela Morgan
  70. ORDER AND THE BEES - William Shakespeare
  71. SELF-DEPENDENCE - Matthew Arnold
  72. A LITTLE PRAYER - S.E. Kiser
  73. A MAN'S A MAN FOR A' THAT - Robert Burns
  74. LIFE AND DEATH - Anna Barbauld
  75. LIFE AND DEATH - Ernest H. Crosby
  76. ON BEING READY - Grantland Rice
  77. TWO AT A FIRESIDE - Edwin Markham
  78. TO-DAY - Douglas Malloch
  79. THE ARROW AND THE SONG - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  80. THE INNER LIGHT - John Milton
  81. THE THINGS THAT HAVEN'T BEEN DONE BEFORE - Edgar A. Guest
  82. THE HAS-BEENS - Walt Mason
  83. WISHING - Ella Wheeler Wilcox
  84. AWARENESS - Miriam Teichner
  85. ONE OF THESE DAYS - James W. Foley
  86. GOD - Gamaliel Bradford
  87. MY TRIUMPH - John Green leaf Whittier
  88. TO ALTHEA FROM PRISON - Richard Lovelace
  89. GRIEF - Angela Morgan
  90. THE RECTIFYING YEARS - St. Clair Adams
  91. TO THOSE WHO FAIL - Joaquin Miller
  92. HELPING' OUT - William Judson Kibby
  93. OPENING PARADISE - Thomas Gray
  94. TO THE MEN WHO LOSE - Anonymous
  95. IT MAY BE - S.E. Kiser
  96. LIFE - Edward Rowland Sill
  97. THE GRUMPY GUY - Griffith Alexander
  98. THE FIGHTER - S.E. Kiser
  99. TO YOUTH AFTER PAIN - Margaret Widdemer
  100. CAN'T - Edgar A. Guest
  101. THE STRUGGLE - Miriam Teichner
  102. HOLD FAST - Everard Jack Appleton
  103. WILL - Ella Wheeler Wilcox
  104. THE GAME - Grantland Rice
  105. COURAGE - Florence Earle Coates
  106. A GOOD NAME - William Shakespeare
  107. SWELLITIS - Joseph Morris:
  108. CARES - Elisabeth Barrett Browning
  109. FAITH - Edward Rowland Sill
  110. PLAYING THE GAME - Anonymous
  111. WHAT DARK DAYS DO - Everard Jack Appleton
  112. GLADNESS - Anna Hempstead Branch
  113. IT WON'T STAY BLOWED - St. Clair Adams
  114. THE RAINBOW - William Wordsworth
  115. THE FIRM OF GRIN AND BARRETT - Sam Walter Foss
  116. CHALLENGE - Jean Nette
  117. YOUR MISSION - Ellen M.H. Gates
  118. VICTORY - Miriam Teichner
  119. TIMES GO BY TURNS - Robert Southwell
  120. TO-DAY - Thomas Carlyle
  121. UNAFRAID - Everard Jack Appleton
  122. BORROWED FEATHERS - Joseph Morris
  123. KEEP ON KEEPIN' ON - Anonymous
  124. THE DISAPPOINTED - Ella Wheeler Wilcox
  125. LET ME LIVE OUT MY YEARS - John G. Neihardt
  126. COLUMBUS - Joaquin Miller
  127. PER ASPERA - Florence Earle Coates
  128. TIT FOR TAT - St. Clair Adams
  129. THE KINGDOM OF MAN - John Kendrick
  130. ABOU BEN ADHEM - Leigh Hunt
  131. THIS WORLD - Frank L. Stanton
  132. GRAY DAYS - Griffith Alexander
  133. LAUGH A LITTLE BIT - Edmund Vance Cooke
  134. A SONG OF LIFE - Angela Morgan
  135. A POOR UNFORTUNATE - Frank L. Stanton
  136. THE TRAINERS - Grantland Rice
  137. LIFE - Etta Wheeler Wilcox
  138. A TOAST TO MERRIMENT - James W. Foley
  139. MISTRESS FATE - William Rose Benét
  140. SLEEP AND THE MONARCH - William Shakespeare
  141. NEVER TROUBLE TROUBLE - St. Clair Adams
  142. CLEAR THE WAY - Charles Mackay
  143. ONE FIGHT MORE - Theodosia Garrison
  144. A PSALM OF LIFE - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  145. A CREED - Edwin Markham
  146. BATTLE CRY - John G. Neihardt
  147. THE HAPPY HEART - Thomas Dekker
  148. IF YOU CAN'T GO OVER OR UNDER, GO ROUND - Joseph Morris
  149. THICK IS THE DARKNESS - William Ernest Henley
  150. THE BELLY AND THE MEMBERS - William Shakespeare
  151. THE CELESTIAL SURGEON - Robert Louis Stevenson
  152. MAN, BIRD, AND GOD - Robert Browning
  153. HIS ALLY - William Rose Benét
  154. SUBMISSION - Miriam Teichner
  155. A PRAYER - Theodosia Garrison
  156. STABILITY - William Shakespeare
  157. THE BARS OF FATE - Ellen M.H. Gates
  158. ULTIMATE ACT - Henry Bryan Binns
  159. HE WHOM A DREAM HATH POSSESSED - Sheamus O Sheel
  160. SUCCESS - Berton Braley
  161. PLAY THE GAME - Henry Newbolt
  162. THE MAN WHO FRETS AT WORLDLY STRIFE - Joseph Rodman Drake
  163. SERENITY - Lord Byron
  164. HERE'S HOPIN' - Frank L. Stanton
  165. CLEON AND I - Charles Mackay
  166. THE PESSIMIST - Ben King
  167. A PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED - St. Clair Adams
  168. PROSPICE - Robert Browning
  169. THE GREATNESS OF THE SOUL - Alfred Tennyson
  170. HEINELET - Gamaliel Bradford
  171. STAND FORTH! - Angela Morgan
  172. LIONS AND ANTS - Walt Mason
  173. LIFE, NOT DEATH - Alfred Tennyson
  174. THE UNMUSICAL SOLOIST - Joseph Morris
  175. ON DOWN THE ROAD - Grantland Rice
  176. MEETIN' TROUBLE - Everard Jack Appleton
  177. PRESS ON - Park Benjamin
  178. MY CREED - S.E. Kiser
  179. CO-OPERATION - J. Mason Knox
  180. THE NOBLE NATURE - Ben Jonson
  181. DAYS OF CHEER - James W. Foley
  182. DE SUNFLOWER AIN'T DE DAISY - Anonymous
  183. THE DAFFODILS - William Wordsworth
  184. A LITTLE THANKFUL SONG - Frank L. Stanton
  185. TWO RAINDROPS - Joseph Morris
  186. MY WAGE - Jessie B. Rittenhouse
  187. THE GIFT - Robert Burns
  188. PROMETHEUS UNBOUND - Percy Bysshe Shelley
  189. VICTORY IN DEFEAT - Edwin Markham
  190. THE RICHER MINES - John Kendrick Bangs
  191. BRAVE LIFE - Grantland Rice
  192. A SONG OF TO-MORROW - Frank L. Stanton
  193. THE GLAD SONG - Joseph Morris
  194. PAINTING THE LILY - William Shakespeare
  195. A PRETTY GOOD WORLD - Frank L. Stanton
  196. ODE TO DUTY - William Wordsworth
  197. THE SYNDICATED SMILE - St. Clair Adams
  198. FAIRY SONG - John Keats
  199. PRAISE THE GENEROUS GODS FOR GIVING - William Ernest Henley
  200. COWARDS - William Shakespeare
  201. THE WORD - John Kendrick Bangs
  202. ENVOI - John G. Neihardt
  203. JAW - St. Clair Adams
  204. THE CONQUEROR - Berton Braley
  205. IS IT RAINING, LITTLE FLOWER? - Anonymous
  206. GRADATIM - J.G. Holland
  207. RULES FOR THE ROAD - Edwin Markham
  208. LIFE - Griffith Alexander
  209. HOE YOUR ROW - Frank L. Stanton
  210. BORROWING TROUBLE - Robert Burns
  211. UNDISMAYED - James W. Foley
  212. A HERO - Florence Earle Coates
  213. WILL - Alfred Tennyson
  214. FABLE - Ralph Waldo Emerson
  215. DUTY - Edwin Markham
  216. PRAYER FOR PAIN - John G. Neihardt
  217. STEADFAST - Everard Jack Appleton
  218. IF - John Kendrick Bangs
  219. THE GIFTS OF GOD - George Herbert
  220. A PHILOSOPHER - John Kendrick Bangs
  221. THE LIFE WITHOUT PASSION - William Shakespeare
  222. CHARACTER OF A HAPPY LIFE - Sir Henry Wotton
  223. ESSENTIALS - St. Clair Adams
  224. THE STONE REJECTED - Edwin Markham
  225. GOOD DEEDS - William Shakespeare
  226. YOU MAY COUNT THAT DAY - George Eliot
  227. SADNESS AND MERRIMENT - William Shakespeare
  228. APPRECIATION - William Judson Kibby
  229. KEEP SWEET - Strickland W. Gillilan
  230. MORALITY - Matthew Arnold
  231. A HYMN TO HAPPINESS - James W. Foley
  232. OPPORTUNITY - Edwin Markham
  233. TO A YOUNG MAN - Edgar A. Guest
  234. SLOGAN - Jane M'Lean
  235. SMILES - Ella Wheeler Wilcox
  236. SIT DOWN, SAD SOUL - Bryan Waller Procter
  237. SONG OF ENDEAVOR - James W. Foley
  238. KEEP A-GOIN'! - Frank L. Stanton
  239. WHEN EARTH'S LAST PICTURE IS PAINTED - Rudyard Kipling

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Can I claim 32 A Smiling Paradox please Phil these look like fun

All yours! :D

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You know, I'm almost tempted to take 'DE SUNFLOWER AIN'T DE DAISY'.

But I'm fairly sure I'm not the person to try to pull off the right kind of accent...

EDIT: Oh, what the heck! I'll give it a go!

I've added it myself. (EDIT 2: Actually, it was a bit rude of me to do that... I'll let you add me)


That's what I like, confidence!! Give it a go and see what happens, eh? what section would that be by the way so I can assign it to you? :thumbs:
EDIT: never mind, I see what you did there. And I will of course PL it for you. :D

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There's your "If". Length: 2:57.

https://librivox.org/uploads/philchenevert/itcanbedone_04_various_128kb.mp3

Now: to be or not to be captain of my soul. Just can't decide.

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Post Posted:: May 8th, 2017, 11:50 pm 

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Hello there, I would like to share my favorite poem of all times. I think it is amazing and the way Cummings plays with words- it is so inspirational and sensational. Read it to the one you love most and make them feel exceptional:
https://hellopoetry.com/poem/1622/my-love-is-building-a-building/ :)

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Seeing as I had already extracted that list, I've added in all the poems, and 'standardized' the ones already there (i.e. POEM NAME - by Poet Name). I also replaced the " [quotation mark] with '' [two apostrophes], as " shouldn't be used in section titles.

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JorWat wrote:
Seeing as I had already extracted that list, I've added in all the poems, and 'standardized' the ones already there (i.e. POEM NAME - by Poet Name). I also replaced the " [quotation mark] with '' [two apostrophes], as " shouldn't be used in section titles.

Thank you. Did you also move this project to Readers WAnted? I don;t remember doing that.

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philchenevert wrote:
JorWat wrote:
Seeing as I had already extracted that list, I've added in all the poems, and 'standardized' the ones already there (i.e. POEM NAME - by Poet Name). I also replaced the " [quotation mark] with '' [two apostrophes], as " shouldn't be used in section titles.

Thank you. Did you also move this project to Readers WAnted? I don;t remember doing that.

No, I don't (think I) have permission to do that...

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