Classical Poems

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Dylan Thomas poet Was There A Time by Dylan Thomas
Was there a time when dancers with their fiddles
In children's circuses could stay their troubles?
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Anton Wildgans poet Was Wird Mit Mir Geschehen by Anton Wildgans
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James Whitcomb Riley poet Wash Lowry's Reminiscence by James Whitcomb Riley
And you're the poet of this concern?
I've seed your name in print
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Hilda Doolittle poet Wash Of Cold River by Hilda Doolittle
Wash of cold river
in a glacial land,
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Robert William Service poet Washerwife by Robert William Service
The aged Queen who passed away
Had sixty servants, so they say;
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Carl Sandburg poet Washerwoman by Carl Sandburg
THE WASHERWOMAN is a member of the Salvation Army.
And over the tub of suds rubbing underwear clean
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Ann Taylor poet Washing And Dressing by Ann Taylor
AH! why will my dear little girl be so cross,
And cry, and look sulky, and pout?
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Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis poet Washing Day by Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis

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Christopher Morley poet Washing The Dishes by Christopher Morley
WHEN we on simple rations sup
How easy is the washing up!
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Yosa Buson poet Washing The Hoe by Yosa Buson
Washing the hoe--
ripples on the water;
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Anna Laetitia Barbauld poet Washing-Day by Anna Laetitia Barbauld
--- and their voice,
Turning again towards childish treble, pipes
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Harriet Monroe poet Washington by Harriet Monroe
Oh, hero of our younger race!
Great builder of a temple new!
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Henry Clay Work poet Washington And Lincoln by Henry Clay Work
Come, happy people! Oh come let us tell
The story of Washinton and Lincoln!
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Edgar Lee Masters poet Washington Mcneely by Edgar Lee Masters
Rich, honored by my fellow citizens,
The father of many children, born of a noble mother,
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Laurence Overmire poet Washington Square Park In Fall by Laurence Overmire Rookie - 485 Points
Washington Square Park
on a fall afternoon
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Walt Whitman poet Washington's Monument, February, 1885 by Walt Whitman
Ah, not this marble, dead and cold:
Far from its base and shaft expanding—the round zones circling,
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Zbigniew Herbert poet Wasp by Zbigniew Herbert
When the honey, fruit and flowery tablecloth were whisked from the table in one sweep, it flew off with a start. Entangled in the suffocating smoke of
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John Fuller poet Wasp Nest by John Fuller
Be careful not to crush
This scalloped tenement:
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Ho Xuan Huong poet Wasps by Ho Xuan Huong
Where are you wandering to, little fools
Come, big sister will teach you how to write verse
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Charles Lamb poet Wasps In A Garden by Charles Lamb
The wall-trees are laden with fruit;
The grape, and the plum, and the pear,
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Charles Mackay poet Wassail by Charles Mackay
If thy bosom undaunted ne'er quailed before danger,
Or feared to stand forth for the right,
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Shel Silverstein poet Wastebasket Brother by Shel Silverstein
Someone put their baby brother
Under this basket- -
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Ada Cambridge poet Wasted by Ada Cambridge
Each day another soldier in the van,
Each day a new young worker in the fields,
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Kingsley Amis poet Wasted by Kingsley Amis
That cold winter evening
The fire would not draw,
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Algernon Charles Swinburne poet Wasted Love by Algernon Charles Swinburne
What shall be done for sorrow
With love whose race is run?
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