Classical Poems


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Margaret Elizabeth Sangster poet Waterin’ Th' Horses by Margaret Elizabeth Sangster
I took th' horses to th' brook - to water 'em you know,
Th' air was cold with just a touch o' frost;
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Harry Crosby poet Water-Lillies by Harry Crosby
Unwedded from the world, I stray through trees
To where a pool lies mirrored in the sun
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Margie Cronin poet Waterlily by Margie Cronin
Real
walking on water scenes!
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Muriel Rukeyser poet Waterlily Fire by Muriel Rukeyser
for Richard Griffith 
1 THE BURNING
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Edith Nesbit poet Waterloo Day by Edith Nesbit
THIS is the day of our glory; this is our day to weep.
Under her dusty laurels England stirs in her sleep;
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William Lisle Bowles poet Water-Party On The Beaulieu River, In The New Forest by William Lisle Bowles
I thought 'twas a toy of the fancy, a dream
That leads with illusion the senses astray,
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Kenneth Slessor poet Waters by Kenneth Slessor
THIS Water, like a sky that no one uses,
Air turned to stone, ridden by stars and birds
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Albert Samain poet Watteau by Albert Samain
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James Lister Cuthbertson poet Wattle And Myrtle by James Lister Cuthbertson
Gold of the tangled wilderness of wattle,
   Break in the lone green hollows of the hills,
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Margaret Curran poet Wattle Blossom by Margaret Curran
'In bleak Toowoomba gardens, swept of flowers,
By cold west winds and withering with drought,
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Luke Davies poet Wave Function, Bondi by Luke Davies
<i>In the odd world of the quantum, things appear to exist in a multitude of states — describable only as the set of probabilities known as a wa
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Joyce Kilmer poet Waverley by Joyce Kilmer
1814-1914
When, on a novel's newly printed page
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Sir Walter Scott poet Waverly by Sir Walter Scott
Late, when the Autumn evening fell
On Mirkwood–Mere's romantic dell,
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Katherine Mansfield poet Waves by Katherine Mansfield
I saw a tiny God
Sitting
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Madison Julius Cawein poet Waves by Madison Julius Cawein
I saw the daughters of the ocean dance
With wind and tide, and heard them on the rocks:
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Ralph Waldo Emerson poet Waves by Ralph Waldo Emerson
ALL day the waves assailed the rock,
I heard no church-bell chime;
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Emily Pauline Johnson poet Wave-Won by Emily Pauline Johnson
To-night I hunger so,
Beloved one, to know
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Shel Silverstein poet Wavy by Shel Silverstein
I thought that I had wavy hair
Until I shaved. Instead,
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Robert Francis poet Waxwings by Robert Francis
Four Tao philosophers as cedar waxwings
chat on a February berry bush
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Rupert Brooke poet Way That Lovers Use, The by Rupert Brooke
The way that lovers use is this;
They bow, catch hands, with never a word,
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Yuyutsu Sharma poet Way To Helambu by Yuyutsu Sharma
On the way to Helambu
tall columns
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Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts poet Wayfarer Of Earth by Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
Up, heart of mine,
Thou wayfarer of Earth!
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Rupert Brooke poet Wayfarers, The by Rupert Brooke
Is it the hour? We leave this resting-place
Made fair by one another for a while.
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Lionel Pigot Johnson poet Ways Of War by Lionel Pigot Johnson
A TERRIBLE and splendid trust,
Heartens the host of Innisfail;
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George Ade poet Wayside Ambition by George Ade
I want to be a brakeman,
Dog gone!
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