Classical Poems

Poet Poem User Rating Comment Count
William Henry Drummond poet The Windigo by William Henry Drummond
Go easy wit' de paddle, an' steady wit' de
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William Allingham poet The Winding Banks Of Erne by William Allingham
Adieu to Belashanny!
where I was bred and born;
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William Butler Yeats poet The Winding Stair by William Butler Yeats
My Soul. I summon to the winding ancient stair;
Set all your mind upon the steep ascent,
8.33 0
William Butler Yeats poet The Winding Stair And Other Poems by William Butler Yeats
THE light of evening, Lissadell,
7.27 0
Marina Ivanovna Tsvetaeva poet The Window by Marina Ivanovna Tsvetaeva
In the sweet, Atlantic
Breathing of spring
5.91 0
Francis Scarfe poet The Window by Francis Scarfe
In after years, when you look back upon
This time, and upon me, who am no more
5.58 0
Conrad Potter Aiken poet The Window by Conrad Potter Aiken
She looks out in the blue morning
and sees a whole wonderful world
5.83 0
Henry Van Dyke poet The Window by Henry Van Dyke
All night long, by a distant bell,
The passing hours were notched
5.65 0
Denis Florence MacCarthy poet The Window by Denis Florence MacCarthy
At my window, late and early,
In the sunshine and the rain,
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Robert Creeley poet The Window by Robert Creeley
Position is where you
put it, where it is,
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Francis Joseph Sherman poet The Window Of Dreams by Francis Joseph Sherman
It was quite dark within the room
Wherein the Lady Alice sat;
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Constantine P. Cavafy poet The Window Of The Tobacco Shop by Constantine P. Cavafy
They stood among many others
close to a lighted tobacco shop window.
5.50 0
Ken Smith poet The Window Of Vulnerability by Ken Smith
Sure today it could come in a fast plane
named perhaps for the pilot's mother,
5.69 0
Madison Julius Cawein poet The Window On The Hill by Madison Julius Cawein
Among the fields the camomile
Seems blown mist in the lightning's glare:
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Constantine P. Cavafy poet The Windows by Constantine P. Cavafy
In these dark chambers here what weary days
I spend, walk up and down as in a maze
5.40 0
George Herbert poet The Windows by George Herbert
Lord, how can man preach thy eternall word?
He is a brittle crazie glasse:
5.86 0
Madison Julius Cawein poet The Winds by Madison Julius Cawein
Those hewers of the clouds, the Winds,-that lair
At the four compass-points,-are out to-night;
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William Cullen Bryant poet The Winds by William Cullen Bryant
Ye winds, ye unseen currents of the air,
5.65 0
William Lisle Bowles poet The Winds by William Lisle Bowles
When dark November bade the leaves adieu,
And the gale sung amid the sea-boy's shrouds,
5.29 0
Joseph Autran poet The Winds by Joseph Autran
People who storm of wild caves
Came out in fury,
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Banjo Paterson poet The Winds Message by Banjo Paterson
There came a whisper down the Bland between the dawn and dark,
Above the tossing of the pines, above the river's flow;
5.50 0
Robert Laurence Binyon poet The Winds Of All The World by Robert Laurence Binyon
The winds of all the world bring agonies,
Day by day, hour by hour, into our ears;
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George William Russell poet The Winds Of Angus by George William Russell
THE GREY road whereupon we trod became as holy ground:
The eve was all one voice that breathed its message with no sound:
5.50 0
Ella Wheeler Wilcox poet The Winds Of Fate by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
One ship drives east and another drives west
With the selfsame winds that blow.
9.64 2
Alfred Edward Housman poet The Winds Out Of The West Land Blow by Alfred Edward Housman
The winds out of the west land blow,
My friends have breathed them there;
5.71 0
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