Classical Poems


Poet Poem User Rating Comment Count
Alan Alexander Milne poet Water Lilies by Alan Alexander Milne
Where the water-lilies go
To and fro,
10.00 0
Rainer Maria Rilke poet Water Lily by Rainer Maria Rilke
My whole life is mine, but whoever says so
will deprive me, for it is infinite.
5.72 0
Emily Dickinson poet Water Makes Many Beds by Emily Dickinson
Water makes many Beds
For those averse to sleep -
6.00 5
Robert Creeley poet Water Music by Robert Creeley
The words are a beautiful music.
The words bounce like in water.
8.29 1
david bailey poet Water Not A Real Poem Just A Project I Had To Do by david bailey Rookie - 0 Points
Water better known as H2O
or two hydrogen atoms combined
0.00 0
May Swenson poet Water Picture by May Swenson
In the pond in the park
all things are doubled:
5.80 5
Emily Dickinson poet Water, Is Taught By Thirst by Emily Dickinson
135
Water, is taught by thirst.
6.25 0
Ho Xuan Huong poet Water-Bailing by Ho Xuan Huong
Not a drop of rain for this dry heat!
Come, girls, let's go bail water.
5.50 0
Sylvia Plath poet Watercolor Of Grantchester Meadows by Sylvia Plath
There, spring lambs jam the sheepfold. In air
Stilled, silvered as water in a glass
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James Thomson poet Waterfall by James Thomson
Smooth to the shelving brink a copious flood
Rolls fair and placid: where collected all,
5.70 0
Li Po poet Waterfall At Lu-Shan by Li Po
Sunlight streams on the river stones.
From high above, the river steadily plunges--
5.69 1
William Wordsworth poet Water-Fowl Observed Frequently Over The Lakes Of Rydal And.. by William Wordsworth
MARK how the feathered tenants of the flood,
With grace of motion that might scarcely seem
4.17 0
Margaret Elizabeth Sangster poet Waterin’ Th' Horses by Margaret Elizabeth Sangster
I took th' horses to th' brook - to water 'em you know,
Th' air was cold with just a touch o' frost;
5.50 0
Margaret Elizabeth Sangster poet Waterin’ Th' Horses by Margaret Elizabeth Sangster
I took th' horses to th' brook - to water 'em you know,
Th' air was cold with just a touch o' frost;
5.50 0
Harry Crosby poet Water-Lillies by Harry Crosby
Unwedded from the world, I stray through trees
To where a pool lies mirrored in the sun
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Margie Cronin poet Waterlily by Margie Cronin
Real
walking on water scenes!
0.00 0
Muriel Rukeyser poet Waterlily Fire by Muriel Rukeyser
for Richard Griffith 
1 THE BURNING
0.00 0
Edith Nesbit poet Waterloo Day by Edith Nesbit
THIS is the day of our glory; this is our day to weep.
Under her dusty laurels England stirs in her sleep;
5.45 0
William Lisle Bowles poet Water-Party On The Beaulieu River, In The New Forest by William Lisle Bowles
I thought 'twas a toy of the fancy, a dream
That leads with illusion the senses astray,
5.50 0
Kenneth Slessor poet Waters by Kenneth Slessor
THIS Water, like a sky that no one uses,
Air turned to stone, ridden by stars and birds
5.23 0
Albert Samain poet Watteau by Albert Samain
5.50 0
James Lister Cuthbertson poet Wattle And Myrtle by James Lister Cuthbertson
Gold of the tangled wilderness of wattle,
   Break in the lone green hollows of the hills,
5.32 0
Margaret Curran poet Wattle Blossom by Margaret Curran
'In bleak Toowoomba gardens, swept of flowers,
By cold west winds and withering with drought,
5.50 0
Luke Davies poet Wave Function, Bondi by Luke Davies
<i>In the odd world of the quantum, things appear to exist in a multitude of states — describable only as the set of probabilities known as a wa
5.54 0
Joyce Kilmer poet Waverley by Joyce Kilmer
1814-1914
When, on a novel's newly printed page
5.48 0
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