Classical Poems


Poet Poem User Rating Comment Count
George Gordon Byron poet Well! Thou Art Happy by George Gordon Byron
Well! thou art happy, and I feel
That I should thus be happy too;
5.50 0
Charles Harpur poet Wellington by Charles Harpur
Great captain if you will! great Duke! great Slave!
Great minion of the crown! - but a great man
4.76 0
Dante Gabriel Rossetti poet Wellington's Funeral by Dante Gabriel Rossetti
18th November 1852
“VICTORY!”
5.30 0
Ronald Stuart Thomas poet Welsh History by Ronald Stuart Thomas
We were a people taut for war; the hills
Were no harder, the thin grass
6.36 1
Robert Graves poet Welsh Incident by Robert Graves
'But that was nothing to what things came out
From the sea-caves of Criccieth yonder.'
5.85 0
Ronald Stuart Thomas poet Welsh Landscape by Ronald Stuart Thomas
To live in Wales is to be conscious
At dusk of the spilled blood
7.39 0
Bill Knott poet Weltende Variation # ? by Bill Knott
The CIA and the KGB exchange Christmas cards
A blade snaps in two during an autopsy
2.00 1
Anton Wildgans poet Weltflüchtige Liebe by Anton Wildgans
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Anton Wildgans poet Weltlauf by Anton Wildgans
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Joseph Christian Freiherr von Zedlitz poet Weltlauf by Joseph Christian Freiherr von Zedlitz
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Paul Laurence Dunbar poet Weltschmertz by Paul Laurence Dunbar
You ask why I am sad to-day,
I have no cares, no griefs, you say?
5.31 0
Gotthold Ephraim Lessing poet Wem Ich Zu Gefallen Suche, Und Nicht Suche by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
Alten, alt zu unsrer Pein,
Denen von der Lust im Lieben,
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Edgar Lee Masters poet Wendell P. Bloyd by Edgar Lee Masters
They first charged me with disorderly conduct,
There being no statute on blasphemy.
5.14 0
Amos Bronson Alcott poet Wendell Phillips by Amos Bronson Alcott
PEOPLE’S ATTORNEY, servant of the Right!
Pleader for all shades of the solar ray,
5.50 0
John Boyle O'Reilly poet Wendell Phillips by John Boyle O'Reilly
WHAT shall we mourn? For the prostrate tree that sheltered the young green wood?
For the fallen cliff that fronted the sea, and guarded the fields fr
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Jean Ingelow poet Wendover by Jean Ingelow
Uplifted and lone, set apart with our love
On the crest of a soft swelling down
5.50 0
Franz Grillparzer poet Wenn Der Vogel Singen Will by Franz Grillparzer
Wenn der Vogel singen will,
Sucht er einen Ast,
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Anton Wildgans poet Wenn Ich Der Liebe Herrgott Wär! by Anton Wildgans
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Heinrich Heine poet Wenn Ich, Beseligt by Heinrich Heine
When I’m made happy by lovely kisses,
Lying so sweetly in your arms’ prisons,
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Emily Dickinson poet Went Up A Year This Evening! by Emily Dickinson
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Went up a year this evening!
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Mary Hannay Foott poet Wentworth by Mary Hannay Foott
'Tis a new thing for Australia that the waters to her bear
One who seeks not strength of sunshine, or the breath of healing air;
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Anton Wildgans poet Wer Mir Die Armut Vor Die Türe Weist by Anton Wildgans
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Anton Wildgans poet Wer War Onda? by Anton Wildgans
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Banjo Paterson poet 'We'Re All Australians Now' by Banjo Paterson
Australia takes her pen in hand
To write a line to you,
5.50 0
Anonymous Americas poet We'Re Coming! We'Re Coming! by Anonymous Americas
We're coming, we're coming, the fearless and free,
Like the winds of the desert, the waves of the sea!
5.50 0
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