Classical Poems


Poet Poem User Rating Comment Count
Maya Angelou poet We Had Him by Maya Angelou
Beloveds, now we know that we know nothing
Now that our bright and shining star can slip away from our fingertips like a puff of summer wind
9.17 1
Frederick George Scott poet We Hail Thee Now, O Jesus by Frederick George Scott
We hail thee now, O Jesus,
thy presence here we own,
5.58 0
Beatrix Potter poet We Have A Little Garden by Beatrix Potter
WE have a little garden,
A garden of our own,
6.28 1
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton poet We Have Been Friends Together by Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
WE have been friends together,
In sunshine and in shade;
5.62 0
Paul Eluard poet We Have Created The Night by Paul Eluard
We have created the night I hold your hand I watch
I sustain you with all my powers
8.00 0
Nezim Frakulla poet We Have Set Off Into Exile by Nezim Frakulla
We have set off into exile,
May the Lord on us have mercy,
0.00 0
Mahmoud Darwish poet We Have The Right To Love Autumn by Mahmoud Darwish
And we, too, have the right to love the last days of autumn and ask:
Is there room in the field for a new autumn, so we may lie down like coals?
0.00 0
Francis Brabazon poet We Have Waited All Night For You, And Now The Dawn Is Come by Francis Brabazon
We have waited all night for you, and now the dawn is come.
From distant places we came — there can be no returning home.
0.00 0
Mahmoud Darwish poet We Journey Towards A Home by Mahmoud Darwish
We journey towards a home not of our flesh. Its chestnut trees are not of our bones.
Its rocks are not like goats in the mountain hymn. The pebbles'
0.00 0
Sappho poet We Know This Much by Sappho
We know this much
Death is an evil;
5.40 0
Erica Jong poet We Learned by Erica Jong
The decorum of fire...
-- Pablo Neruda
5.90 0
Emily Dickinson poet We Learned The Whole Of Love by Emily Dickinson
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We learned the Whole of Love—
10.00 0
Emily Dickinson poet We Like March, His Shoes Are Purple, by Emily Dickinson
We like March, his shoes are purple,
He is new and high;
10.00 0
Emily Dickinson poet We Lose—because We Win by Emily Dickinson
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We lose—because we win—
10.00 0
Dylan Thomas poet We Lying By Seasand by Dylan Thomas
We lying by seasand, watching yellow
And the grave sea, mock who deride
5.54 0
Anne Bradstreet poet We May Live Together by Anne Bradstreet
If ever two were one, then surely we.
If ever man were lov'd by wife, then thee.
6.33 2
John Greenleaf Whittier poet We May Not Climb The Heavenly Steeps by John Greenleaf Whittier
We may not climb the heavenly steeps
To bring the Lord Christ down;
5.48 0
Thomas Moore poet We May Roam Through This World by Thomas Moore
We may roam through this world, like a child at a feast,
Who but sips of a sweet, and then flies to the rest;
5.50 0
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis poet We Mean To Say by Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
We mean to say, it never has been granted
That anyone but England could decide,
0.00 0
Vachel Lindsay poet We Meet At The Judgment And I Fear It Not by Vachel Lindsay
Though better men may fear that trumpet's warning,
I meet you, lady, on the Judgment morning,
5.61 0
Emily Dickinson poet We Met As Sparks—diverging Flints by Emily Dickinson
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We met as Sparks—Diverging Flints
10.00 0
Mathilde Blind poet We Met As Strangers by Mathilde Blind
We met as strangers on life's lonely way,
And yet it seemed we knew each other well;
5.70 0
Emily Dickinson poet We Miss Her, Not Because We See by Emily Dickinson
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We miss Her, not because We see—
10.00 0
James Whitcomb Riley poet We Must Believe by James Whitcomb Riley
_'Lord, I believe: help Thou mine unbelief.'_
We must believe--
7.50 0
James Whitcomb Riley poet We Must Get Home by James Whitcomb Riley
We must get home! How could we stray like this?--
So far from home, we know not where it is,--
7.50 0
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