Classical Poems


Poet Poem User Rating Comment Count
Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Blok poet Why, Why Forever by Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Blok
Why, why forever to the deadly line
I'm pushed unpityingly by blows of the Fortune?
0.00 0
Walter Savage Landor poet Why, Why Repine by Walter Savage Landor
Why, why repine, my pensive friend,
At pleasures slipp'd away?
5.21 0
Joseph Seamon Cotter poet Why? by Joseph Seamon Cotter
The little child crosses the street--
Why does she wave to me?
0.00 0
Walter de la Mare poet Why? by Walter de la Mare
Ever, ever
Stir and shiver
6.05 1
Robert William Service poet Why? by Robert William Service
He was our leader and our guide;
He was our saviour and our star.
10.00 0
Stephen Crane poet Why? by Stephen Crane
Behold, the grave of a wicked man,
And near it, a stern spirit.
5.61 0
Kazi Nazrul Islam poet Why? by Kazi Nazrul Islam
Why must a thorn
The flower adorn?
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Gamaliel Bradford poet Why? by Gamaliel Bradford
Hist! Zop!
The world is all awry.
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Spike Milligan poet Why? by Spike Milligan
American Detectives
Never remove their hats
5.21 1
Henry Lawson poet Wide Lies Australia by Henry Lawson
Wide lies Australia! The seas that surround her
Flow for her unity – all states in one.
5.58 0
Henry Lawson poet Wide Spaces by Henry Lawson
When my last long-beer has vanished and the truth is left unsaid;
When each sordid care is banished from my chair and from my bed,
6.14 0
Anton Wildgans poet Widmung by Anton Wildgans
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Eduard Duller poet Widmung by Eduard Duller
5.50 0
Anton Wildgans poet Widmung An Die Wiener Philharmoniker by Anton Wildgans
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Anton Wildgans poet Widmung In Dies Irae' by Anton Wildgans
0.00 0
Anton Wildgans poet Widmung In Ein Exemplar Des Kain&Quot; by Anton Wildgans
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Anton Wildgans poet Widmung In Musik Der Kindheit by Anton Wildgans
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Anton Wildgans poet Widmung In Musik Der Kindheit&Quot; by Anton Wildgans
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Anton Wildgans poet Widmung In Und Hättet Der Liebe Nicht by Anton Wildgans
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Sylvia Plath poet Widow by Sylvia Plath
Widow. The word consumes itself —-
Body, a sheet of newsprint on the fire
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Frank V. Gardner poet Widow And Very Special Mother by Frank V. Gardner
In nineteen hundred twenty four,
Because our father died,
5.90 1
Edgar Lee Masters poet Widow Mcfarlane by Edgar Lee Masters
I was the Widow McFarlane,
Weaver of carpets for all the village.
6.00 0
Ella Wheeler Wilcox poet Widows by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
The world was widowed by the death of Christ:
Vainly its suffering soul for peace has sought
5.37 0
Louise Gluck poet Widows by Louise Gluck
My mother's playing cards with my aunt,
Spite and Malice, the family pastime, the game
8.83 2
Anton Wildgans poet Wie Dich Auch Die Meute Hetze... by Anton Wildgans
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