Classical Poems

Poet Poem User Rating Comment Count
Algernon Charles Swinburne poet Wasted Love by Algernon Charles Swinburne
What shall be done for sorrow
With love whose race is run?
5.36 0
Elizabeth Stone poet Wasted Time by Elizabeth Stone Rookie
This day is mine and mine alone.
It’s mine to spend however I choose.
10.00 0
Madison Julius Cawein poet Wasteland by Madison Julius Cawein
Briar and fennel and chinquapin,
And rue and ragweed everywhere;
0.00 0
Faiz Ahmed Faiz poet Wasteland Of Solitude by Faiz Ahmed Faiz
In the wasteland of solitude, my love, quiver
shadows of your voice, illusions of your lips.
5.50 0
Robert Southey poet Wat Tyler - Act I by Robert Southey
5.74 0
Robert Southey poet Wat Tyler - Act Ii by Robert Southey
5.09 0
Robert Southey poet Wat Tyler - Act Iii by Robert Southey
4.77 0
Eamon Grennan poet Watch by Eamon Grennan
Watching it closely, respecting its mystery,
0.00 0
Angela Davis poet Watch Me by Angela Davis Rookie
The sky has lost its color; it looks dull and gray.
The world has lost its charm, and I wish it would go away.
10.00 1
Laurence Overmire poet Watch Winding by Laurence Overmire Rookie - 367 Points
I watch myself die each day
Winding 9-5
10.00 0
Joanne Burns poet Watchdog by Joanne Burns
under the house in the soft
0.00 1
Henry Kendall poet Watching by Henry Kendall
Like a beautiful face looking ever at me
A pure bright moon cometh over the sea;
5.49 1
Henry Clay Work poet Watching For Pa by Henry Clay Work
Three little forms in the twilight gray,
Searching the shadows across the way;
5.18 0
Henry Lawson poet Watching The Crows by Henry Lawson
A bushman got lost in a scrub in the North,
And all the long morning the searchers went forth.
5.57 0
James Joyce poet Watching The Needleboats At San Sabba by James Joyce
I heard their young hearts crying
Loveward above the glancing oar
10.00 0
Bai Juyi poet Watching The Reapers by Bai Juyi
Tillers of the soil have few idle months;
In the fifth month their toil is double-fold.
5.50 0
William Cowper poet Watching Unto God In The Night Season by William Cowper
Sleep at last has fled these eyes,
Nor do I regret his flight,
5.41 0
William Cowper poet Watching Unto God In The Night Season (2) by William Cowper
Season of my purest pleasure,
Sealer of observing eyes!
5.22 0
William Cowper poet Watching Unto God In The Night Season (3) by William Cowper
Night! how I love thy silent shades,
My spirits they compose;
4.69 0
Mary Hannay Foott poet Watch-Night by Mary Hannay Foott
Midnight, musical and splendid,
And the Old Year's life is ended,
0.00 0
Philip Larkin poet Water by Philip Larkin
If I were called in
To construct a religion
6.14 2
Leo Yankevich poet Water by Leo Yankevich Rookie
Burnt Sudanese earth under claw,
a vulture waits three steps behind
6.80 0
Pablo Neruda poet Water by Pablo Neruda
Everything on the earth bristled, the bramble
pricked and the green thread
5.69 0
Ralph Waldo Emerson poet Water by Ralph Waldo Emerson
The water understands
Civilization well;
7.00 0
Robert Lowell poet Water by Robert Lowell
It was a Maine lobster town—
each morning boatloads of hands
0.00 2
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