Classical Poems

Poet Poem User Rating Comment Count
Raimundo Correia poet Vulnus by Raimundo Correia
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Robinson Jeffers poet Vulture by Robinson Jeffers
I had walked since dawn and lay down to rest on a bare hillside
Above the ocean. I saw through half-shut eyelids a vulture wheeling
6.15 8
Padraic Colum poet Vultures by Padraic Colum
FOUL-FEATHERED and scald-necked,
They sit in evil state;
5.69 0
Helal Hafiz poet Vumihin Krishoker Gan by Helal Hafiz
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Bhawani Prasad Mishra poet Vyaktigata by Bhawani Prasad Mishra
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Edgar Lee Masters poet W. Lloyd Garrison Standard by Edgar Lee Masters
Vegetarian, non-resistant, free-thinker, in ethics a Christian;
Orator apt at the rhine-stone rhythm of Ingersoll.
4.78 0
Eugene Marais poet Waar Tebes In Die Stil Woestyn by Eugene Marais
Daar sou ek vrede weer besef
Waar Tebes in die stil woestyn
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Albert Rodenbach poet Waarheid by Albert Rodenbach
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Joseph Christian Freiherr von Zedlitz poet Wacher Traum by Joseph Christian Freiherr von Zedlitz
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Laurence Overmire poet Wade In The Wave by Laurence Overmire Rookie - 433 Points
Every stone I cast
on water ripples
10.00 4
Paul Laurence Dunbar poet Wadin' In De Crick by Paul Laurence Dunbar
DAYS git wa'm and wa'mah,
School gits mighty dull,
4.75 0
Rahat Indori poet Wafa Ko Aazmana Chahiye Tha Hamara Dil Dukhana Chahiye Tha by Rahat Indori
5.26 2
Mohsin Naqvi poet Wafa Mein Ab Yeh Hunar Ikhtiyaar Karna Hai by Mohsin Naqvi
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Norman Rowland Gale poet Wages by Norman Rowland Gale
My lass, when God
to suffer sent me,
5.50 0
Sir Henry Newbolt poet Waggon Hill by Sir Henry Newbolt
Drake in the North Sea grimly prowling,
Treading his dear _Revenge's_ deck,
6.13 0
Rupert Brooke poet Wagner by Rupert Brooke

Creeps in half wanton, half asleep,
5.27 0
Frederick George Scott poet Wahonomin by Frederick George Scott
GREAT mother! from the depths of forest wilds,
From mountain pass and burning sunset plain,
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Rupert Brooke poet Waikiki by Rupert Brooke
Warm perfumes like a breath from vine and tree
Drift down the darkness. Plangent, hidden from eyes
4.72 0
Dorothy Parker poet Wail by Dorothy Parker
Love has gone a-rocketing.
That is not the worst;
5.48 0
Anton Wildgans poet Waise by Anton Wildgans
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Galway Kinnell poet Wait by Galway Kinnell
Wait, for now.
Distrust everything, if you have to.
6.19 8
Sachin Ketkar poet Wait For Me by Sachin Ketkar Rookie
Like dried teak leaves
My eyes have come off
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James Whitcomb Riley poet Wait For The Morning by James Whitcomb Riley
Wait for the morning:--It will come, indeed,
As surely as the night hath given need.
7.00 0
Emily Dickinson poet Wait Till The Majesty Of Death by Emily Dickinson
Wait till the Majesty of Death
5.50 0
Edgar Albert Guest poet Wait Till Your Pa Comes Home by Edgar Albert Guest
'Wait till your Pa comes home!' Oh, dear!
What a dreadful threat for a boy to hear.
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