Classical Poems


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Kedarnath Agarwal poet When We Are No More by Kedarnath Agarwal
When we are no more,
The fields will still remain,
5.50 0
Edna St. Vincent Millay poet When We Are Old And These Rejoicing Veins by Edna St. Vincent Millay
When we are old and these rejoicing veins
Are frosty channels to a muted stream,
5.69 1
Edgar Albert Guest poet When We Play The Fool by Edgar Albert Guest
Last night I stood in a tawdry place
And watched the ways of the human race.
0.00 0
Emily Dickinson poet When We Stand On The Tops Of Things by Emily Dickinson
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When we stand on the tops of Things—
10.00 0
George Gordon Byron poet When We Two Parted by George Gordon Byron
When we two parted
In silence and tears,
7.22 4
Edgar Albert Guest poet When We Understand The Plan by Edgar Albert Guest
I reckon when the world we leave
And cease to smile and cease to grieve,
0.00 0
Kenneth Patchen poet When We Were Here Together by Kenneth Patchen
when we were here together in a place we did not know, nor one
another.
5.42 0
Edgar Albert Guest poet When We Were Kids by Edgar Albert Guest
WHEN we wuz kids together, an' we didn't have a care,
In the lazy days of summer, when our feet wuz allus bare,
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Edgar Albert Guest poet When We'Re All Alike by Edgar Albert Guest
I've trudged life's highway up and down;
I've watched the lines of men march by;
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Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon poet When Will It End? by Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
Written during the Civil War in the United States.
O when will it end, this appalling strife,
4.87 0
Mohammad Rafiq poet When Will It Rain by Mohammad Rafiq
drums and gongs call it dawn
as if it might rain today
5.50 0
Jane Austen poet When Winchester Races by Jane Austen
When Winchester races first took their beginning
It is said the good people forgot their old Saint
4.65 0
Paul Laurence Dunbar poet When Winter Darkening All Around by Paul Laurence Dunbar
When winter covering all the ground
Hides every sign of Spring, sir.
5.50 0
Conrad Potter Aiken poet When You Are Not Surprised by Conrad Potter Aiken
When you are not surprised, not surprised,
nor leap in imagination from sunlight into shadow
6.46 0
William Butler Yeats poet When You Are Old by William Butler Yeats
WHEN you are old and grey and full of sleep,
And nodding by the fire, take down this book,
9.53 19
William Ernest Henley poet When You Are Old by William Ernest Henley
When you are old, and I am passed away –
Passed, and your face, your golden face is gray –
5.21 0
Dora Sigerson Shorter poet When You Are On The Sea by Dora Sigerson Shorter
How can I laugh or dance as others do,
Or ply my rock or reel?
0.00 0
Maya Angelou poet When You Come by Maya Angelou
When you come to me, unbidden,
Beckoning me
7.20 10
Katharine Tynan poet When You Come Home by Katharine Tynan
All will be right when you come home, dear lad,
But oh, 'tis long of coming that you are!
5.54 0
Henry Clay Work poet When You Get Home, Remember Me by Henry Clay Work
Lieutenant De Long, commanding the Jeannette Artic
Expedition, having seen his vessel crushed by the ice,
5.31 0
William Stanley Merwin poet When You Go Away by William Stanley Merwin
When you go away the wind clicks around to the north
The painters work all day but at sundown the paint falls
8.23 0
Ella Wheeler Wilcox poet When You Go Away by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
When you go away, my friend,
When you say your last good-bye,
5.28 0
Gwendolyn Brooks poet When You Have Forgotten Sunday: The Love Story by Gwendolyn Brooks
—And when you have forgotten the bright bedclothes on a Wednesday and a Saturday,
And most especially when you have forgotten Sunday—
9.33 0
Edgar Albert Guest poet When You Know A Fellow by Edgar Albert Guest
When you get to know a fellow, know his joys and know his cares,
When you've come to understand him and the burdens that he bears,
0.00 0
Paul Celan poet When You Lie by Paul Celan
When you lie
in the Bed of lost Flag-Cloth,
6.00 0
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