Classical Poems

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Laurence Overmire poet Weird Emily by Laurence Overmire Rookie - 339 Points
Sat in the corner of her dark, disturbed room
Hiding from the careless lackadais
10.00 1
Shel Silverstein poet Weird-Bird by Shel Silverstein
Birds are flyin' south for winter.
Here's the Weird-Bird headin' north,
4.84 0
Anton Wildgans poet Weiß Nicht, Warum Keiner Kommt by Anton Wildgans
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George Essex Evans poet Welcome by George Essex Evans
Prince of the race whose Empire is the Sea,
We welcome thee!
5.50 0
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe poet Welcome And Farewell by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
QUICK throbb'd my heart: to norse! haste, haste,
And lo! 'twas done with speed of light;
5.45 0
William Cowper poet Welcome Cross by William Cowper
'Tis my happiness below
Not to live without the cross,
6.19 0
Spike Milligan poet Welcome Home by Spike Milligan
Unaware of my crime
they stood me in the dock.
7.06 1
Robert Fuller Murray poet Welcome Home by Robert Fuller Murray
The fire burns bright
And the hearth is clean swept,
5.38 0
Thomas Hardy poet Welcome Home by Thomas Hardy
To my native place
Bent upon returning,
7.75 0
Mathilde Blind poet Welcome To Egypt by Mathilde Blind
The Palms stood motionless as Pyramids
Against the golden halo of the sky;
5.55 0
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon poet Welcome To Our Canadian Spring by Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
We welcome thy coming, bright, sunny Spring,
To this snow-clad land of ours,
5.79 0
Oliver Wendell Holmes poet Welcome To The Chicago Commercial Club by Oliver Wendell Holmes
January 14, 1880
CHICAGO sounds rough to the maker of verse;
5.45 0
Oliver Wendell Holmes poet Welcome To The Grand Duke Alexis by Oliver Wendell Holmes
Sung to the Russian national air by the children of the public schools.
5.33 0
Oliver Wendell Holmes poet Welcome To The Nations by Oliver Wendell Holmes
BRIGHT on the banners of lily and rose
5.74 0
James McIntyre poet Welcome To The Prince Of Wales by James McIntyre
Lines written when the Prince of Wales
was about embarking for Canada, May, 1860.
5.50 0
William Cowper poet Welcome To The Table by William Cowper
This is the feast of heavenly wine,
And God invites to sup;
5.53 0
Thomas Hood poet Welcome, Dear Heart, And A Most Kind Good-Morrow by Thomas Hood
Welcome, dear Heart, and a most kind good-morrow;
The day is gloomy, but our looks shall shine:—
5.70 0
Denis Florence MacCarthy poet Welcome, May by Denis Florence MacCarthy
Welcome, May! welcome, May!
Thou hast been too long away,
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Edgar Albert Guest poet Welcoming The New Year by Edgar Albert Guest
At 10 p. m.
COME, let us make merry with innocent mirth,
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Nikolaus Franz Niembsch Edler von Stre .. poet Welke Rose by Nikolaus Franz Niembsch Edler von Stre ..
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Saigyo poet Well Do I Know Myself by Saigyo
Well do I know myself, so
Your coldness
5.45 0
Henry Clay Work poet We'Ll Go Down Ourselves by Henry Clay Work
"What shall we do, as years go by,
And Peace remains a stranger --
5.76 0
William Ernest Henley poet We'Ll Go No More A-Roving by William Ernest Henley
We'll go no more a-roving by the light of the moon.
November glooms are barren beside the dusk of June.
4.44 0
George Gordon Byron poet We'Ll Go No More A-Roving by George Gordon Byron
SO, we'll go no more a-roving
So late into the night,
0.00 0
Emily Jane Brontë poet Well Hast Thou Spoke by Emily Jane Brontë
Well hast thou spoken, and yet not taught
A feeling strange or new;
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