Classical Poems


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Robert Laurence Binyon poet Surrender by Robert Laurence Binyon
Pale was the early day,
Fog--white the winter air,
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Edith Nesbit poet Surrender Ii by Edith Nesbit
THE wild wind wails in the poplar tree,
I sit here alone.
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Sri Chinmoy Ghose poet Surrender-Tears by Sri Chinmoy Ghose
If my life's freedom dies,
What shall remain
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Robert Laurence Binyon poet Sursum Cor! by Robert Laurence Binyon
Lament no more, my heart, lament no more,
Though all these clouds have covered up the light,
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Ralph Waldo Emerson poet Sursum Corda by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Seek not the Spirit, if it hide,
Inexorable to thy zeal:
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Robert William Service poet Surtax by Robert William Service
When I was young and Scottish I
Allergic was to spending;
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Edith Wharton poet Survival by Edith Wharton
When you and I, like all things kind or cruel,
The garnered days and light evasive hours,
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Christopher Pearse Cranch poet Survival Of The Fittest by Christopher Pearse Cranch
'NAUGHT but the fittest lives,' I hear
Ring on the northern breeze of thought:
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Roger McGough poet Survivor by Roger McGough
Everyday,
I think about dying.
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Siegfried Sassoon poet Survivors by Siegfried Sassoon
No doubt they’ll soon get well; the shock and strain
Have caused their stammering, disconnected talk.
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Makarand Paranjape poet Survivors by Makarand Paranjape
At the end of fifty-five or sixty years
after one has retired,
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Charles Marie Rene Leconte de Lisle poet Sûryâ by Charles Marie Rene Leconte de Lisle
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Ramon Lopez Velarde poet Sus Ventanas by Ramon Lopez Velarde
A Artemio del Valle Arizpe
Sus ventanas floridas
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Jorge Luis Borges poet Susana Soca by Jorge Luis Borges
With lingering love she gazed at the dispersed
Colors of dusk. It pleased her utterly
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Samuel Boyse poet Susanna And Lucretia by Samuel Boyse
Susanna, take Lucretia's boasted Place,
Superior Virtue claims superior Pow'r!
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Adelaide Crapsey poet Susanna And The Elders by Adelaide Crapsey
'WHY do
You thus devise
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Robert William Service poet Susie by Robert William Service
My daughter Susie, aged two,
Apes me in every way,
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Gertrude Stein poet Susie Asado by Gertrude Stein
Sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet tea.
Susie Asado.
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Emily Dickinson poet Suspense—is Hostiler Than Death by Emily Dickinson
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Suspense—is Hostiler than Death—
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Daniel Nester poet Suspicious Minds by Daniel Nester
Lately I've sat here afternoons
just listening to the
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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow poet Suspiria by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Take them, O Death! and bear away
Whatever thou canst call thine own!
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Jose Asuncion Silva poet Suspiro (Yearning) by Jose Asuncion Silva
Si en tus recuerdos ves algún día
entre la niebla de lo pasado
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Rudyard Kipling poet Sussex by Rudyard Kipling
GOD gave all men all earth to love,
But since our hearts are small,
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Alison Luterman poet Sustain by Alison Luterman
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My love plays piano and his foot hovers above the pedal.
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Henry Kendall poet Sutherland’s Grave by Henry Kendall
ALL NIGHT long the sea out yonder—all night long the wailful sea,
Vext of winds and many thunders, seeketh rest unceasingly!
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