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  • 13.
    The Congressional Library

    The earth is a colored thing.
    See the red clays, and the umbers and salt greasy of the mountains;
    See the clustered and wandering greens of plains and hillsides,
    The leaf-greens, bush-greens, water-plant and snow-greens
    Of gardens and forests.
    See the reds of flowers—hibiscus, poppy, geranium;
    The rose-red of little flowers—may-flowers, primroses;
    The harlequin shades of sweet-peas, orchids, pansies;
    The madders, saffrons, chromes, of still waters,
    The silver and star-blues, the wine-blues of seas and oceans.
    Observe the stars at nighttime, name the color of them;
    Count and recount the hues of clouds at sunset and at dawn.
    And the colors of the races of men—
    What are they?
    And what are we?
    We, the people without a race,
    Without a language;
    Of all races, and of none;
    Of all tongues, and one imposed;
    Of all traditions and all pasts,
    With no tradition and no past.
    A patchwork and an altar-piece,
    Vague as sea-mist,
    Myriad as forest-trees,
    Living into a present,
    Building a future.
    Our color is the vari-colored world.
    No colors clash,
    All clash and change,
    And, in changing, new colors come and go and dominate and remain,
    And no one shall say which remain,
    Since those that have vanished return,
    And those no man has seen take the light and are.

    Where else in all America are we so symbolized
    As in this hall?
    White columns polished like glass,
    A dome and a dome,
    A balcony and a balcony,
    Stairs and the balustrades to them,
    Yellow marble and red slabs of it,
    All mounting, spearing, flying into color.
    Color round the dome and up to it,
    Color curving, kite-flying, to the second dome,
    Light, dropping, pitching down upon the color,
    Arrow-falling upon the glass-bright pillars,
    Mingled colors spinning into a shape of white pillars,
    Fusing, cooling, into balanced shafts of shrill and interthronging light.
    This is America,
    This vast, confused beauty,
    This staring, restless speed of loveliness,
    Mighty, overwhelming, crude, of all forms,
    Making grandeur out of profusion,
    Afraid of no incongruities,
    Sublime in its audacity,
    Bizarre breaker of moulds,
    Laughing with strength,
    Charging down on the past,
    Glorious and conquering,
    Destroyer, builder,
    Invincible pith and marrow of the world,
    An old world remaking,
    Whirling into the no-world of all-colored light. read more »

  • 14.
    Paul Revere's Ride (The Landlord's Tale)

    Listen, my children, and you shall hear
    Of the midnight ride of Paul Revere,
    On the eighteenth of April, in 'Seventy-five;
    Hardly a man is now alive read more »

  • 15.
    The Republic

    Thou, too, sail on, O Ship of State!
    Sail on, O Union, strong and great!
    Humanity with all its fears,
    With all the hopes of future years, read more »

  • 16.
    These Yet To Be United States

    Tremors of your network
    cause kings to disappear.
    Your open mouth in anger read more »

  • 17.
    The Greatest Thing In North America

    This is the greatest thing in North America:
    Europe is the greatest thing in North America!
    High in the sky, dark in the heart, and always there
    Among the natural powers of sunlight and of air, read more »

  • 18.
    My Country

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  • 19.
    Ode On Venice

    I.
    Oh Venice! Venice! when thy marble walls
    Are level with the waters, there shall be
    A cry of nations o'er thy sunken halls, read more »

  • 20.
    A Farewell To America to Mrs. S. W.

    I.
    ADIEU, New-England's smiling meads,
    Adieu, the flow'ry plain:
    I leave thine op'ning charms, O spring, read more »

  • 21.
    America

    I love thine inland seas,
    Thy groves of giant trees,
    Thy rolling plains;
    Thy rivers' mighty sweep, read more »

  • 22.
    America for Me

    'Tis fine to see the Old World and travel up and down
    Among the famous palaces and cities of renown,
    To admire the crumblyh castles and the statues and kings
    But now I think I've had enough of antiquated things. read more »

  • 23.
    America

    OH mother of a mighty race,
    Yet lovely in thy youthful grace!
    The elder dames, thy haughty peers,
    Admire and hate thy blooming years. read more »

  • 24.
    An American

    The American Spirit speaks:


    "If the Led Striker call it a strike, read more »

New America Poems

  1. What's Happening America?, Regan Kathleen
  2. What America Used to be, Jessica Gabanyic
  3. In America, Katherine Perry
  4. Not America, gajanan mishra
  5. America, Totes Sheldon
  6. America In The War, Lindsey Ansbro
  7. This Is The World, Marcquiese Burrell
  8. Good bye, Traditional Marriage, Patricia Kelley
  9. My America, Salvatore Ala
  10. A Tiny Echo of America, Frank Bana
  11. Fifty Seven States of Mind, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  12. America, MIKE SANTIAGO
  13. Dear America, Winston Harding
  14. Rise and Set, gajanan mishra
  15. Liberty, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  16. The Declaration of Independence, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  17. My version of Ginsberg's America., Scott Forster
  18. America, Kevin Broken
  19. Don't Tear America Down!, Winston Harding
  20. Land Of The Free, Jamal Brown
  21. America Is Not... Is, Gregory Allen Uhan
  22. The Subliminal Verses 5, David Powley
  23. America!, Sebastian JohnstonLindsay
  24. The Fall Of War, Tamisha Bellamy
  25. America's Heartbeat, Melinda McQueen
  26. Every Man (And Woman), Eric Cockrell
  27. Slaughter of the Innocent, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  28. America, So Beautiful., Juan Olivarez
  29. Greatest of the Great, Ezekiel Igbodo
  30. Ephraim and Manasseh, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  31. VICEROY SONATA, Aldo Kraas
  32. A-M-E-R-I-C-A, Adryan Rotica
  33. Concept of America, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  34. I LOVE YOU EVERY SECOND AMERICA, anhhoa nhat
  35. True Soldier, Madi Lynn
  36. America The Beautiful, Ray Hansell
  37. Gentleness, Jim McDonald
  38. Why Hate America, jackie compton
  39. God Bless US, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  40. America the Beautiful, Kristen O'Loughlin
  41. America The States, Whoopie Cushion
  42. Elegiac Feelings American, Gregory Corso
  43. Worms in Africa, Doris Dzameshie
  44. Body of Lies, cortez mccall
  45. America, Grayson Givens
  46. I Write America (Revision), Harlequin Rose
  47. A Riddle, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  48. Love America, Denio F.S
  49. JFK Jr’s Hate America Poem, Robert Founder
  50. America is America, Antonio Liao
  51. THE ALPHABET SONG, Aldo Kraas
  52. America, The Immortal Resilience
  53. Countries, Ang Pei Ling Pei Ling
  54. INDIAN WOMAN BLUES, Aldo Kraas
  55. We Are America, Brandon Smith
  56. I'm Glad I Live Here, Natalie Collins
  57. Dear Bhoilseabhach, Michael Pruchnicki
  58. *America - *, Louie Levy
  59. There Won't Be an America, Annie Cordelia Adams
  60. Americas Presidential Race, Sylvia Chidi
  61. Christmas poem for the troops, vincent armone
  62. Atomic Insanity Bomb, Lex Newman
  63. Resemblance, Atef Ayadi
  64. America Her Rise And Fall, Mustafa Marconi
  65. America, takeema hodges
  66. America 'The Great', Rodney Quills
  67. SAVING PRIVATE RYAN, Aldo Kraas
  68. 'I Believe In America', Trade Martin
  69. Black Man In America, julius thomas
  70. Still America, Missy Lynn
  71. Oil, Theorem The Truth Serum
  72. god blessed america, winter lees
  73. America, Olivia Taylor
  74. In Praise of America, samuel nze
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