Classical Poems


Poet Poem User Rating Comment Count
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,
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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
958
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
993
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
Thomas Davis poet We Must Not Fail by Thomas Davis
We must not fail, we must not fail,
However fraud or force assail;
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Thomas Osborne Davis poet We Must Not Fail by Thomas Osborne Davis
I.
We must not fail, we must not fail,
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Frank V. Gardner poet We Need A Bridge At Echols Street by Frank V. Gardner
(Tune: 'I've Been Working on the Railroad')
We were walking on the causeway;
5.29 0
Edgar Albert Guest poet We Need A Few More Optimists by Edgar Albert Guest
We need a few more optimists,
The kind that double up their fists
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George Santayana poet We Needs Must Be Divided In The Tomb by George Santayana
We needs must be divided in the tomb,
   For I would die among the hills of Spain,
5.57 0
Mary Elizabeth Coleridge poet We Never Said Farewell by Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
WE never said farewell, nor even looked
Our last upon each other, for no sign
4.00 0
Emily Dickinson poet We Outgrow Love, Like Other Things by Emily Dickinson
887
We outgrow love, like other things
10.00 0
Emily Dickinson poet We Play At Paste, by Emily Dickinson
We play at paste,
Till qualified for pearl,
10.00 0
Emily Dickinson poet We Pray&Mdash;To Heaven by Emily Dickinson
489
We pray—to Heaven—
6.33 0
Sappho poet We Put The Urn Abord Ship by Sappho
We put the urn aboard ship
with this inscription:
5.57 0
Gwendolyn Brooks poet We Real Cool by Gwendolyn Brooks
The Pool Players.
Seven at the Golden Shovel.
8.14 37
Benjamin Zephaniah poet We Refugees by Benjamin Zephaniah
I come from a musical place
Where they shoot me for my song
6.02 2
George Gordon Byron poet We Sate Down And Wept By The Waters by George Gordon Byron
I.
We sate down and wept by the waters
5.91 0
Emily Dickinson poet We See&Mdash;Comparatively by Emily Dickinson
534
We see—Comparatively—
10.00 0
Sappho poet We Shall Enjoy It by Sappho
We shall enjoy it
as for him who finds
5.68 1
Faiz Ahmed Faiz poet We Shall See by Faiz Ahmed Faiz
We shall see
Certainly we, too, shall see
5.50 1
William Ernest Henley poet We Shall Surely Die by William Ernest Henley
We shall surely die:
Must we needs grow old?
5.17 1
Yevgeny Yevtushenko poet We Should Be Stingier by Yevgeny Yevtushenko
We should be stingier
breathing out and breathing in-
5.50 0
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