Classical Poems


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Victor Daley poet Villanelle by Victor Daley
We said farewell, my youth and I,
When all fair dreams were gone or going,
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Charles Marie Rene Leconte de Lisle poet Villanelle by Charles Marie Rene Leconte de Lisle
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Victor James Daley poet Villanelle by Victor James Daley
We said farewell, my youth and I,
When all fair dreams were gone or going,
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William Ernest Henley poet Villanelle by William Ernest Henley
A dainty thing's the Villanelle.
Sly, musical, a jewel in rhyme,
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Joachim du Bellay poet Villanelle by Joachim du Bellay
En ce mois délicieux,
Qu'amour toute chose incite,
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Wystan Hugh Auden poet Villanelle by Wystan Hugh Auden
Time can say nothing but I told you so,
Time only knows the price we have to pay;
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Donald Justice poet Villanelle At Sundown by Donald Justice
Turn your head. Look. The light is turning yellow.
The river seems enriched thereby, not to say deepened.
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Honoré d'Urfé poet Villanelle D'Amidor Reprochant Une Légèreté by Honoré d'Urfé
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Maurice Rollinat poet Villanelle Du Diable by Maurice Rollinat
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Maurice Rollinat poet Villanelle Du Diable by Maurice Rollinat
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Maurice Rollinat poet Villanelle Du Soir by Maurice Rollinat
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Maurice Rollinat poet Villanelle Du Ver De Terre by Maurice Rollinat
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Seamus Heaney poet Villanelle For An Anniversary by Seamus Heaney Rookie
A spirit moved. John Harvard walked the yard,
The atom lay unsplit, the west unwon,
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Ernest Christopher Dowson poet Villanelle Of Acheron by Ernest Christopher Dowson
By the pale marge of Acheron,
Me thinks we shall pass restfully,
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Edwin Arlington Robinson poet Villanelle Of Change by Edwin Arlington Robinson
Since Persia fell at Marathon,
The yellow years have gathered fast:
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Ernest Christopher Dowson poet Villanelle Of His Lady’s Treasures by Ernest Christopher Dowson
I took her dainty eyes, as well
As silken tendrils of her hair:
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Ernest Christopher Dowson poet Villanelle Of Marguerite's by Ernest Christopher Dowson
'A little, _passionately, not at all?_'
She casts the snowy petals on the air:
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Keith Douglas poet Villanelle Of Spring Bells by Keith Douglas
Bells in the town alight with spring
converse, with a concordance of new airs
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Ernest Christopher Dowson poet Villanelle Of Sunset by Ernest Christopher Dowson
Come hither, child, and rest,
This is the end of day,
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Ernest Christopher Dowson poet Villanelle Of The Poet's Road by Ernest Christopher Dowson
Wine and woman and song,
Three things garnish our way:
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James Joyce poet Villanelle Of The Temptress by James Joyce
Are you not weary of ardent ways,
Lure of the fallen seraphim?
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Eugene O'Neill poet Villanelle Of Ye Young Poet's First Villanelle To His Lady.. by Eugene O'Neill
To sing the charms of Rosabelle,
To pour my soul out at her feet,
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Ezra Pound poet Villanelle: The Psychological Hour by Ezra Pound
I had over prepared the event,
that much was ominous.
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Viggo Stuckenberg poet Villaveje by Viggo Stuckenberg
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Sophus Niels Christen Claussen poet Villaveje by Sophus Niels Christen Claussen
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