Classical Poems

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Leo Yankevich poet Visiting My Dead Grandmother's Cottage With My Father In T.. by Leo Yankevich Rookie
Visiting her cottage I remember ripe ears of corn,
drawers full of bent knives, mouldy crusts of pumpernickel bread,
6.54 0
Jia Dao poet Visiting The Absent Hermit by Jia Dao
Beneath the pine-trees, I ask of a lad I see.
Away is the master gathering herbs, says he,
5.62 0
Kobayashi Issa poet Visiting The Graves by Kobayashi Issa
Visiting the graves,
the old dog
6.73 0
Bai Juyi poet Visiting The Hsi-Lin Temple by Bai Juyi
I dismount from my horse at the Hsi-Lin Temple;
I hurry forward, speeding with light cane.
5.50 0
Li Bai poet Visiting The Taoist Priest Dai Tianshan But Not Finding Him by Li Bai
Dog bark water sound in
Peach blossom bring rain thick
0.00 0
Su Shi poet Visiting The Temple Of Auspicious Fortune Alone On Winter .. by Su Shi
Well bottom deep warmth return not return
Sighing cold rain wet withered root
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Su Shi poet Visiting The Temple Of The God Of Mercy On A Rainy Day by Su Shi
Silkworm grow old
Wheat half yellow
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William Ernest Henley poet Visitor by William Ernest Henley
Her little face is like a walnut shell
With wrinkling lines; her soft, white hair adorns
4.88 0
Elizabeth Bishop poet Visits To St Elizabeths by Elizabeth Bishop
This is the house of Bedlam.
This is the man
5.98 0
Walt Whitman poet Visor'D by Walt Whitman

A MASK--a perpetual natural disguiser of herself,
6.50 0
B. R. Dionysius poet Visy Recycling Memorandum, 2003. by B. R. Dionysius
This unwanted cornucopia - nickel-plated pears, bananas, grapes, apples,
0.00 0
Oscar Wilde poet Vita Nuova by Oscar Wilde
I STOOD by the unvintageable sea
Till the wet waves drenched face and hair with spray,
6.00 0
Ernest Christopher Dowson poet Vitae Summa Brevis Spem Nos Vetat Incohare Longam by Ernest Christopher Dowson
They are not long, the weeping and the laughter,
Love and desire and hate:
6.18 0
Sir Henry Newbolt poet Vitaï Lampada by Sir Henry Newbolt
There's a breathless hush in the Close to-night --
Ten to make and the match to win --
7.45 5
Guillaume Apollinaire poet Vitam Impendere Amori by Guillaume Apollinaire
(Vitam Impendere Amori: To Threaten Life for Love)
Love is dead within your arms
5.91 0
Kenneth Rexroth poet Vitamins And Roughage by Kenneth Rexroth
Strong ankled, sun burned, almost naked,
The daughters of California
5.06 0
Augosto dos Anjos poet Vítima Do Dualismo by Augosto dos Anjos
0.00 0
Anonymous poet Vitipuration Falls by Anonymous
Have you ever heard the torrent of abuse
As it curses it's way to Vitipuration Falls
5.43 0
Laurent Tailhade poet Vitrail by Laurent Tailhade
5.78 0
Nicolaj Frederik Severin Grundtvig poet Vittenberg by Nicolaj Frederik Severin Grundtvig
0.00 0
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow poet Vittoria Colonna by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Once more, once more, Inarimé,
I see thy purple hills!--once more
5.91 0
Archibald Lampman poet Viva Perpetua by Archibald Lampman
Now being on the eve of death, discharged
From every mortal hope and earthly care,
5.61 0
Edwin James Brady poet Vive Anarchy by Edwin James Brady
With the lifting of the curtain,
Distance, dim, but grimly certain,
4.61 2
Hégésippe Moreau poet Vive La Beauté by Hégésippe Moreau
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Hégésippe Moreau poet Vive Le Roi by Hégésippe Moreau
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