Classical Poems

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George William Russell poet Weariness by George William Russell
WHERE are now the dreams divine,
Fires that lit the dawning soul,
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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow poet Weariness. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The Second) by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
O little feet! that such long years
Must wander on through hopes and fears,
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Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis poet Weary by Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Aw, I'm sick o' the whole darn human race,
An' I'm sick o' this mundane ball;
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Dora Sigerson Shorter poet Weary by Dora Sigerson Shorter
Here, in the silent churchyard, 'mid a thousand dead, alone,
Weary I sit for a moment clasping this cross of stone,
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Robert William Service poet Weary by Robert William Service
Some praise the Lord for Light,
The living spark;
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Sir Henry Parkes poet Weary by Sir Henry Parkes
WEARY of the ceaseless war
Beating down the baffled soul,—
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Christina Georgina Rossetti poet Weary In Well-Doing by Christina Georgina Rossetti
I would have gone; God bade me stay:
I would have worked; God bade me rest.
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Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi poet Weary Not Of Us, For We Are Very Beautiful by Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
Weary not of us, for we are very beautiful; it is out of very jealousy and proper pride that we entered the veil.
On the day when we cast of the bod
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Thomas Kingo poet Weary Of The World, And With Heaven Most Dear by Thomas Kingo
Farewell, world, farewell
As thrall here I’m weary and no more will dwell,
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Cesar Vallejo poet Weary Rings by Cesar Vallejo
There are desires to return, to love, to not disappear,
and there are desires to die, fought by two
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Robert William Service poet Weary Waitress by Robert William Service
Her smile ineffably is sweet,
Devinely she is slim;
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Banjo Paterson poet Weary Will by Banjo Paterson
WEARY WILL by A.B. "Banjo" Paterson
The strongest creature for his size
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Ambrose Bierce poet Weather by Ambrose Bierce
Once I dipt into the future far as human eye could see,
And I saw the Chief Forecaster, dead as any one can be--
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Eve Merriam poet Weather by Eve Merriam
Dot a dot dot dot a dot dot
Spotting the windowpane.
7.64 2
Harold Pinter poet Weather Forecast by Harold Pinter
The day will get off to a cloudy start.
It will be quite chilly
7.00 1
Bliss William Carman poet Weather Of The Soul by Bliss William Carman
THERE is a world of being
We range from pole to pole,
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Denis O'Driscoll poet Weather Permitting by Denis O'Driscoll Rookie
The August day you wake to takes you by surprise.
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Dennis O'Driscoll poet Weather Permitting by Dennis O'Driscoll
The August day you wake to takes you by surprise.
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Archie Randolph Ammons poet Weathering by Archie Randolph Ammons
A day without rain is like
a day without sunshine
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Thomas Hardy poet Weathers by Thomas Hardy
This is the weather the cuckoo likes,
And so do I;
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Walt Whitman poet Weave In, Weave In, My Hardy Life by Walt Whitman

WEAVE in! weave in, my hardy life!
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Ho Xuan Huong poet Weaving At Night by Ho Xuan Huong
Lampwick turned up, the room glows white.
The looms moves easily all night long
5.87 5
Denise Levertov poet Web by Denise Levertov
Intricate and untraceable
weaving and interweaving,
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Emily Dickinson poet We—bee And I—live By The Quaffing by Emily Dickinson
We—Bee and I—live by the quaffing—
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Edgar Lee Masters poet Webster Ford by Edgar Lee Masters
Do you remember, O Delphic Apollo,
The sunset hour by the river, when Mickey M'Grew
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