Classical Poems

Poet Poem User Rating Comment Count
Madison Julius Cawein poet A Baby by Madison Julius Cawein
Why speak of Rajah rubies,
And roses of the South?
0.00 1
David Herbert Lawrence poet A Baby Asleep After Pain by David Herbert Lawrence
As a drenched, drowned bee
Hangs numb and heavy from a bending flower,
5.19 2
Ella Wheeler Wilcox poet A Baby In The House by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
I knew that a baby was hid in that house,
Though I saw no cradle and heard no cry;
5.84 2
David Herbert Lawrence poet A Baby Running Barefoot by David Herbert Lawrence
When the bare feet of the baby beat across the grass
The little white feet nod like white flowers in the wind,
5.40 0
Christina Georgina Rossetti poet A Baby's Cradle With No Baby In It by Christina Georgina Rossetti
A baby's cradle with no baby in it,
A baby's grave where autumn leaves drop sere;
5.25 7
Algernon Charles Swinburne poet A Baby's Death by Algernon Charles Swinburne
A little soul scarce fledged for earth
Takes wing with heaven again for goal
5.44 2
Algernon Charles Swinburne poet A Baby's Feet by Algernon Charles Swinburne
A baby's feet, like sea shells pink,
Might tempt, should heaven see meet
0.00 0
Edgar Albert Guest poet A Baby's Love by Edgar Albert Guest
A BABY is the best to love,
She always smiles when you draw near,
9.00 1
George MacDonald poet A Baby-Sermon by George MacDonald
The lightning and thunder
They go and they come:
5.50 0
Robert William Service poet A Bachelor by Robert William Service
'Why keep a cow when I can buy,'
Said he, 'the milk I need,'
6.01 1
Evie Shockley poet A Background In Music by Evie Shockley
music city u.s.a. it was, nothing doing without a song,
and not just twangy tunes that rhyme southern drawls
0.00 0
Paul Laurence Dunbar poet A Back-Log Song by Paul Laurence Dunbar
De axes has been ringin' in de woods de blessid day,
An' de chips has been a-fallin' fa' an' thick;
5.29 0
Henry Lawson poet A Backward Glance by Henry Lawson
IT IS well when you’ve lived in clover,
To mourn for the days gone by—
5.66 0
William Thomas Goodge poet A Bad Break by William Thomas Goodge
The preacher quoted, and the cranks
Among his congregation smiled,
5.92 0
Ambrose Bierce poet A Bad Night by Ambrose Bierce
5.67 0
Dante Gabriel Rossetti poet A Bad Omen by Dante Gabriel Rossetti
On the first day the priest
Could find no heart in the beast,
5.56 0
Lesbia Harford poet A Bad Snap by Lesbia Harford
He: That isn't you.
She: It's me, in my blue skirt
4.62 0
Antonio de Castro Alves poet A Bainha Do Punhal by Antonio de Castro Alves
0.00 0
Geoffrey Chaucer poet A Balade Of Complaint by Geoffrey Chaucer
Compleyne ne koude, ne might myn herte never,
My peynes halve, ne what torment I have,
6.39 6
Matsuo Basho poet A Ball Of Snow by Matsuo Basho
you make the fire
and I’ll show you something wonderful:
5.93 2
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu poet A Ballad by Lady Mary Wortley Montagu
To that dear nymph, whose pow'rful name
Does every throbbing nerve inflame
5.26 0
James Whitcomb Riley poet A Ballad by James Whitcomb Riley
With A Serious Conclusion
Crowd about me, little children--
5.57 2
John Gay poet A Ballad by John Gay
'Twas when the seas were roaring
5.56 1
Charles Lamb poet A Ballad by Charles Lamb
In a costly palace Youth goes clad in gold;
In a wretched workhouse Age's limbs are cold:
5.76 0
Charles Godfrey Leland poet A Ballad Apout De Rowdies by Charles Godfrey Leland
De moon shines ofer de cloudlens,
Und de cloudts plow ofer de sea,
5.18 0
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