Classical Poems


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Madison Julius Cawein poet Wasteland by Madison Julius Cawein
Briar and fennel and chinquapin,
And rue and ragweed everywhere;
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Faiz Ahmed Faiz poet Wasteland Of Solitude by Faiz Ahmed Faiz
In the wasteland of solitude, my love, quiver
shadows of your voice, illusions of your lips.
5.50 0
Robert Southey poet Wat Tyler - Act I by Robert Southey
ACT I.
SCENE, A BLACKSMITH'S-SHOP
5.74 0
Robert Southey poet Wat Tyler - Act Ii by Robert Southey
ACT II.
SCENE— BLACKHEATH.
5.09 0
Robert Southey poet Wat Tyler - Act Iii by Robert Southey
ACT III.
SCENE—SMITHFIELD.
4.77 0
Eamon Grennan poet Watch by Eamon Grennan
1.
Watching it closely, respecting its mystery,
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Angela Davis poet Watch Me by Angela Davis Rookie
The sky has lost its color; it looks dull and gray.
The world has lost its charm, and I wish it would go away.
10.00 1
Laurence Overmire poet Watch Winding by Laurence Overmire Rookie - 339 Points
I watch myself die each day
Winding 9-5
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Joanne Burns poet Watchdog by Joanne Burns
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under the house in the soft
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Henry Kendall poet Watching by Henry Kendall
Like a beautiful face looking ever at me
A pure bright moon cometh over the sea;
5.42 0
Henry Clay Work poet Watching For Pa by Henry Clay Work
Three little forms in the twilight gray,
Searching the shadows across the way;
5.18 0
Henry Lawson poet Watching The Crows by Henry Lawson
A bushman got lost in a scrub in the North,
And all the long morning the searchers went forth.
5.57 0
James Joyce poet Watching The Needleboats At San Sabba by James Joyce
I heard their young hearts crying
Loveward above the glancing oar
10.00 0
Bai Juyi poet Watching The Reapers by Bai Juyi
Tillers of the soil have few idle months;
In the fifth month their toil is double-fold.
5.50 0
William Cowper poet Watching Unto God In The Night Season by William Cowper
Sleep at last has fled these eyes,
Nor do I regret his flight,
5.41 0
William Cowper poet Watching Unto God In The Night Season (2) by William Cowper
Season of my purest pleasure,
Sealer of observing eyes!
5.22 0
William Cowper poet Watching Unto God In The Night Season (3) by William Cowper
Night! how I love thy silent shades,
My spirits they compose;
4.69 0
Mary Hannay Foott poet Watch-Night by Mary Hannay Foott
Midnight, musical and splendid,
And the Old Year's life is ended,
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Philip Larkin poet Water by Philip Larkin
If I were called in
To construct a religion
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Leo Yankevich poet Water by Leo Yankevich Rookie
Burnt Sudanese earth under claw,
a vulture waits three steps behind
6.80 0
Pablo Neruda poet Water by Pablo Neruda
Everything on the earth bristled, the bramble
pricked and the green thread
5.69 0
Ralph Waldo Emerson poet Water by Ralph Waldo Emerson
The water understands
Civilization well;
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Robert Lowell poet Water by Robert Lowell
It was a Maine lobster town—
each morning boatloads of hands
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Samuel Taylor Coleridge poet Water Ballad by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Come hither, gently rowing,
Come, bear me quickly o'er
5.10 0
Sara Teasdale poet Water Lilies by Sara Teasdale
If you have forgotten water lilies floating
On a dark lake among mountains in the afternoon shade,
5.91 1
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