Classical Poems

Title Poet
The Adolf Hitler Canal
Look from the bridge down into the black waters
where, corroded, rest the sunken barges.
Leo Yankevich poet by Leo Yankevich
on 4/8/2013
The Advice
Phyllis, for shame! let us improve
A thousand several ways
Charles Sackville poet by Charles Sackville
on 3/14/2012
The Addict in me
Here I go again filling my lungs with smoke, walking the streets at night looking for dope, to come so far and fall back into old habits, nothing will
Stephanie Heredia poet by Stephanie Heredia
on 10/8/2011
The Aeneid of Virgil: Book 11
THE GATES of heav’n unfold: Jove summons all
The gods to council in the common hall.
Publius Vergilius Maro poet by Publius Vergilius Maro
on 4/19/2010
The Adventurer
THE land of gold was far away,
The sea a challenge roared between;
Edith Nesbit poet by Edith Nesbit
on 4/19/2010
The Adopted Child
'Why wouldst thou leave me, oh! gentle child?
Thy home on the mountain is bleak and wild,
Felicia Dorothea Hemans poet by Felicia Dorothea Hemans
on 4/8/2010
The Adirondacs
Ralph Waldo Emerson poet by Ralph Waldo Emerson
on 4/6/2010
The Advice Of Treachery
This well-feigned trance, this still and
stupored sleep
Leon Gellert poet by Leon Gellert
on 4/5/2010
The Adoration Of The Kings
From the Nativity
which I have already celebrated
William Carlos Williams poet by William Carlos Williams
on 3/31/2010
The Addict
Anne Sexton poet by Anne Sexton
on 3/29/2010
The Adieu
Written Under The Impression That The Author Would Soon Die.
Adieu, thou Hill! where early joy
George Gordon Byron poet by George Gordon Byron
on 3/24/2010
The Aeneid (excerpts)
Laude, honor, prasingis, thankis infynite
Gavin Douglas poet by Gavin Douglas
on 1/1/2004
The Advice
Revolving in their destin'd sphere,
The hours begin another year
Thomas Chatterton poet by Thomas Chatterton
on 1/1/2004
The Admirations—and Contempts—of time
The Admirations—and Contempts—of time—
Emily Dickinson poet by Emily Dickinson
on 1/1/2004
The Adieu
We part, and thou art mine no more!
I go through seas never sought before,
Louisa Stuart Costello poet by Louisa Stuart Costello
on 1/1/2004
The Admiral's Ghost
I tell you a tale to-night
Which a seaman told to me,
Alfred Noyes poet by Alfred Noyes
on 12/9/2003
The Actor
O man, with your wonderful dower,
O woman, with genius and grace,
Ella Wheeler Wilcox poet by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
on 5/26/2003
The Advantages Of Learning
I am a man with no ambitions
And few friends, wholly incapable
Marcus Valerius Martialis poet by Marcus Valerius Martialis
on 1/17/2003
The Ad-Dressing Of Cats
You've read of several kinds of Cat,
And my opinion now is that
Thomas Stearns Eliot poet by Thomas Stearns Eliot
on 1/13/2003
The Actor
Enthusiastic was the crowd
That hailed him with delight;
Robert William Service poet by Robert William Service
on 1/13/2003
The Admirers Of The Little Box
Sing little box
Don't let sleep overtake you
Vasko Popa poet by Vasko Popa
on 1/13/2003
The Advance Guard
In the dream of the Northern poets,
The brave who in battle die
John Hay poet by John Hay
on 1/4/2003
The Adieu to Love
LOVE, I renounce thy tyrant sway,
I mock thy fascinating art,
Mary Darby Robinson poet by Mary Darby Robinson
on 1/3/2003
The Advertisement
Whether to wend through straight streets strictly,
Trimly by towns perfectly paved;
Rudyard Kipling poet by Rudyard Kipling
on 12/31/2002
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