Classical Poems


Poet Poem User Rating Comment Count
Laurence Overmire poet Weird Emily by Laurence Overmire Rookie - 339 Points
Sat in the corner of her dark, disturbed room
Hiding from the careless lackadais
10.00 1
Shel Silverstein poet Weird-Bird by Shel Silverstein
Birds are flyin' south for winter.
Here's the Weird-Bird headin' north,
4.84 0
Anton Wildgans poet Weiß Nicht, Warum Keiner Kommt by Anton Wildgans
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George Essex Evans poet Welcome by George Essex Evans
Prince of the race whose Empire is the Sea,
We welcome thee!
5.50 0
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe poet Welcome And Farewell by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
QUICK throbb'd my heart: to norse! haste, haste,
And lo! 'twas done with speed of light;
5.45 0
William Cowper poet Welcome Cross by William Cowper
'Tis my happiness below
Not to live without the cross,
6.19 0
Spike Milligan poet Welcome Home by Spike Milligan
Unaware of my crime
they stood me in the dock.
7.06 1
Robert Fuller Murray poet Welcome Home by Robert Fuller Murray
The fire burns bright
And the hearth is clean swept,
5.38 0
Thomas Hardy poet Welcome Home by Thomas Hardy
To my native place
Bent upon returning,
7.75 0
Mathilde Blind poet Welcome To Egypt by Mathilde Blind
The Palms stood motionless as Pyramids
Against the golden halo of the sky;
5.55 0
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon poet Welcome To Our Canadian Spring by Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
We welcome thy coming, bright, sunny Spring,
To this snow-clad land of ours,
5.79 0
Oliver Wendell Holmes poet Welcome To The Chicago Commercial Club by Oliver Wendell Holmes
January 14, 1880
CHICAGO sounds rough to the maker of verse;
5.45 0
Oliver Wendell Holmes poet Welcome To The Grand Duke Alexis by Oliver Wendell Holmes
MUSIC HALL, DECEMBER 6, 1871
Sung to the Russian national air by the children of the public schools.
5.33 0
Oliver Wendell Holmes poet Welcome To The Nations by Oliver Wendell Holmes
PHILADELPHIA, JULY 4, 1876
BRIGHT on the banners of lily and rose
5.74 0
James McIntyre poet Welcome To The Prince Of Wales by James McIntyre
Lines written when the Prince of Wales
was about embarking for Canada, May, 1860.
5.50 0
William Cowper poet Welcome To The Table by William Cowper
This is the feast of heavenly wine,
And God invites to sup;
5.53 0
Thomas Hood poet Welcome, Dear Heart, And A Most Kind Good-Morrow by Thomas Hood
Welcome, dear Heart, and a most kind good-morrow;
The day is gloomy, but our looks shall shine:—
5.70 0
Denis Florence MacCarthy poet Welcome, May by Denis Florence MacCarthy
Welcome, May! welcome, May!
Thou hast been too long away,
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Edgar Albert Guest poet Welcoming The New Year by Edgar Albert Guest
At 10 p. m.
COME, let us make merry with innocent mirth,
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Nikolaus Franz Niembsch Edler von Stre .. poet Welke Rose by Nikolaus Franz Niembsch Edler von Stre ..
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Saigyo poet Well Do I Know Myself by Saigyo
Well do I know myself, so
Your coldness
5.45 0
Henry Clay Work poet We'Ll Go Down Ourselves by Henry Clay Work
"What shall we do, as years go by,
And Peace remains a stranger --
5.76 0
William Ernest Henley poet We'Ll Go No More A-Roving by William Ernest Henley
We'll go no more a-roving by the light of the moon.
November glooms are barren beside the dusk of June.
4.44 0
George Gordon Byron poet We'Ll Go No More A-Roving by George Gordon Byron
SO, we'll go no more a-roving
So late into the night,
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Emily Jane Brontë poet Well Hast Thou Spoke by Emily Jane Brontë
Well hast thou spoken, and yet not taught
A feeling strange or new;
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