Classical Poems

Poet Poem User Rating Comment Count
Charles Mackay poet The Wood-Nymph by Charles Mackay
Far from bustle, strife, and care,
'Mong the woods I've wooed her.
5.50 0
Arthur Symons poet The Wood-Nymph by Arthur Symons
-After a picture by Burne Jones-
The green leaves, ah, the green leaves cover me:
5.50 0
William Morris poet The Woodpecker by William Morris
I once a King and chief
Now am the tree-bark’s thief,
5.08 0
Emily Dickinson poet The Woodpecker by Emily Dickinson
His bill an auger is,
His head, a cap and frill.
0.00 0
Robert Frost poet The Wood-Pile by Robert Frost
Out walking in the frozen swamp one gray day,
I paused and said, "I will turn back from here.
5.93 1
Frances Anne Kemble poet The Woods by Frances Anne Kemble
Cover me with your everlasting arms,--
Ye guardian giants of this solitude!--
5.33 0
May Swenson poet The Woods At Night by May Swenson
The binocular owl,
fastened to a limb
5.70 2
Robert Laurence Binyon poet The Woods Entry by Robert Laurence Binyon
So old is the wood, so old,
Old as Fear.
0.00 0
George Meredith poet The Woods Of Westermain by George Meredith
Enter these enchanted woods,
10.00 0
Mathilde Blind poet The Woods Shake In An Ague-Fit by Mathilde Blind
The woods shake in an ague-fit,
The mad wind rocks the pine,
5.32 0
Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall poet The Woodsman In The Foundry by Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall
WHERE the trolley's rumble
Jars the bones,
5.35 0
Jose Asuncion Silva poet The Woodsmen Of San Juan by Jose Asuncion Silva
Until sunset!
From the dawn!
5.50 0
Duncan Campbell Scott poet The Wood-Spring To The Poet by Duncan Campbell Scott
Dawn-cool, dew-cool
Gleams the surface of my pool
5.48 0
Dante Gabriel Rossetti poet The Woodspurge by Dante Gabriel Rossetti
The wind flapp'd loose, the wind was still,
Shaken out dead from tree and hill:
5.50 0
Herbert Bashford poet The Woodsy Of The West by Herbert Bashford
Oh, woods of the west, leafy woods that I love.
Where through the long days I have heard
0.00 0
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis poet The Wooer by Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I nearly fell fair in my tracks.
I'm trudgin' homeward with my axe
0.00 0
Paul Laurence Dunbar poet The Wooing by Paul Laurence Dunbar
A YOUTH went faring up and down,
Alack and well-a-day.
0.00 0
Jean Blewett poet The Wooing O' Katie by Jean Blewett
McLeod of Dare called his son to him.
McLeod of Dare looked stern and grim,
5.50 0
Harry 'Breaker' Harbord Morant poet The Wooing O' T by Harry 'Breaker' Harbord Morant
He was a bachelor, gallant and gay
She was a spinster prim -
0.00 0
Isabella Valancy Crawford poet The Wooing Of Gheezis by Isabella Valancy Crawford
The red chief Gheezis, chief of the golden wampum, lay
And watched the west-wind blow adrift the clouds,
6.00 0
Eugene Field poet The Wooing Of The Southland by Eugene Field
The Northland reared his hoary head
5.34 0
Kevin John Hart poet The Word by Kevin John Hart
Say wood and everything is clean again.
The word is all around you, like the night,
5.73 0
Kabir poet The Word by Kabir
Find the word, understand the word,
Depend on the word;
0.00 0
Laurence Overmire poet The Word by Laurence Overmire Rookie - 339 Points
There is a word
10.00 0
Paul Eluard poet The Word by Paul Eluard
I have an easy beauty one that is happy.
I glide on the surface of winds.
0.00 0
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