Classical Poems


Poet Poem User Rating Comment Count
Edasseri Govindan Nair poet Wedding Gift by Edasseri Govindan Nair
Obscure lies the green pond
Slime coated dark.
5.48 0
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe poet Wedding Night by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Far from the feasting, in the bedroom
Sits loyal Amor and quakes with dread:
5.46 0
Robert Louis Stevenson poet Wedding Prayer by Robert Louis Stevenson
Lord, behold our family here assembled.
We thank you for this place in which we dwell,
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Sappho poet Wedding Song by Sappho
Workmen lift high
The beams of the roof,
4.86 0
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe poet Wedding Song by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
THE tale of the Count our glad song shall record
Who had in this castle his dwelling,
5.44 0
Richard Wilbur poet Wedding Toast by Richard Wilbur
St. John tells how, at Cana's wedding feast,
The water-pots poured wine in such amount
7.35 1
Philip Larkin poet Wedding Wind by Philip Larkin
The wind blew all my wedding-day,
And my wedding-night was the night of the high wind;
8.00 1
Sidney Lanier poet Wedding-Hymn by Sidney Lanier
Thou God, whose high, eternal Love
Is the only blue sky of our life,
5.55 0
Denise Levertov poet Wedding-Ring by Denise Levertov
My wedding-ring lies in a basket
as if at the bottom of a well.
5.26 0
Yevgeny Yevtushenko poet Weddings by Yevgeny Yevtushenko
Weddings in days of war,
false cheating comfort,
5.91 0
John Keble poet Wednesday Before Easter by John Keble
O Lord my God, do thou Thy holy will -
I will lie still -
5.57 0
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu poet Wednesday, The Tête À Tête by Lady Mary Wortley Montagu
DANCINDA.
"NO, fair DANCINDA, no; you strive in vain
5.50 0
Christina Georgina Rossetti poet Wee Wee Husband by Christina Georgina Rossetti
Wee wee husband,
Give me some money,
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Robert Burns poet Wee Willie Gray by Robert Burns
Wee Willie Gray, and his leather wallet,
Peel a willow wand to be him boots and jacket;
5.64 0
Charles Lamb poet Weeding by Charles Lamb
As busy Aurelia, 'twixt work and 'twixt play,
Was labouring industriously hard
5.25 0
Hal Gibson Pateshall Colebatch poet Weeding The Garden By Moonlight by Hal Gibson Pateshall Colebatch
I have barely started these nocturnal labours
when the local cats come: first the neighbours’
0.00 0
William Herbert Carruth poet Weeds by William Herbert Carruth
Poor, homely, unloved things beside the way,
That strive in voiceless ignominy, still
5.50 0
Carl Sandburg poet Weeds by Carl Sandburg
FROM the time of the early radishes
To the time of the standing corn
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Harold Monro poet Week-End by Harold Monro
I
The train! The twleve o'clock for paradise.
5.55 0
Lesbia Harford poet Weekend At Mt. Dandenong by Lesbia Harford
Frolic mountain winds
Innocent and shy,
5.91 0
Maya Angelou poet Weekend Glory by Maya Angelou
Some clichty folks
don't know the facts,
7.79 9
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis poet Week-Ends by Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I don't know what's come to the summer
In these dull and decadent years;
5.50 0
David Herbert Lawrence poet Week-Night Service by David Herbert Lawrence
The five old bells
Are hurrying and eagerly calling,
5.71 0
Albert Rodenbach poet Weelde by Albert Rodenbach
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Alice Nahon poet Weemoed by Alice Nahon
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