In the epic poem tradition, these are among the most iconic poems of literature.

    The oldest extant poems are often attributed to the famous epic poet Anand, who was born in 1812 and died in 1892.

    Anand was a poet whose work has inspired the greatest writers, poets and novelists of all time.

    His work was first published in 1859, when it was first translated into French.

    The first English edition was published in 1888, and he was the first English writer to receive a Royal Society award for his translation of a poem by T.S. Eliot.

    The poem that won the award is “The Lazy Man’s Prayer” (1883), a poem that is often credited to the 19th century English writer Thomas Carlyle.

    But there are many other famous poems that have been translated from other languages, including: “The Song of the Sun” by William Shakespeare (1799) and “Travelling Wilkins” by Samuel Johnson (1835).

    In addition, there are a large number of other classic epic poems, including the poems “The Lord of the Rings” by J.R.

    R Tolkien, “The Odyssey” by Homer, “Hamlet” by Shakespeare, “Oedipus Rex” by Plato and “Odyssey” by Alexander Pushkin.