Classical Poems

Poet Poem User Rating Comment Count
Erica Jong poet Woman Enough by Erica Jong
Because my grandmother's hours
were apple cakes baking,
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Rainer Maria Rilke poet Woman in Love by Rainer Maria Rilke
That is my window. Just now
I have so softly wakened.
6.12 0
Ambrose Bierce poet Woman In Politics by Ambrose Bierce
What, madam, run for School Director? You?
And want my vote and influence? Well, well,
5.50 0
John Newton poet Woman Of Canaan by John Newton
Prayer an answer will obtain,
Though the Lord awhile delay;
5.41 0
James Clarence Mangan poet Woman of Three Crows by James Clarence Mangan
O woman of Three Cows, agra! don’t let your tongue thus rattle!
O, don’t be saucy, don’t be stiff, because you may have cattle.
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Felicia Dorothea Hemans poet Woman On The Field Of Battle by Felicia Dorothea Hemans
Where hath not a woman stood,
Strong in affection's might? a reed, upborne
5.57 0
Judith Wright poet Woman To Child by Judith Wright
You who were darkness warmed my flesh
where out of darkness rose the seed.
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Judith Wright poet Woman To Man by Judith Wright
The eyeless labourer in the night,
the selfless, shapeless seed I hold,
7.50 1
Ella Wheeler Wilcox poet Woman To Man by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
You do but jest, sir, and you jest not well,
How could the hand be enemy of the arm,
5.51 0
Carl Sandburg poet Woman With A Past by Carl Sandburg
There was a woman tore off a red velvet gown
And slashed the white skin of her right shoulder
5.64 0
Anne Sexton poet Woman with Girdle by Anne Sexton
Your midriff sags toward your knees;
your breast lie down in air,
5.50 0
Maya Angelou poet Woman Work by Maya Angelou
I've got the children to tend
The clothes to mend
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George Crabbe poet Woman! by George Crabbe
Place the white man on Afric's coast,
Whose swarthy sons in blood delight,
5.50 0
John Keats poet Woman! When I Behold Thee Flippant, Vain by John Keats
Woman! when I behold thee flippant, vain,
Inconstant, childish, proud, and full of fancies;
5.89 1
Jaishankar Prasad poet Woman, you are love incarnated by Jaishankar Prasad
Now I've come to know -
I am a woman of weakness.
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Frances Anne Kemble poet Woman’s Love by Frances Anne Kemble
A maiden meek, with solemn, steadfast eyes,
Full of eternal constancy and faith,
5.50 0
John Skelton poet Womanhod Wanton Ye Want by John Skelton
Womanhod wanton ye want.
Youre medelyng mastres is manerles.
5.50 0
Ella Wheeler Wilcox poet Womanhood by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
She must be honest, both in thought and deed,
Of generous impulse, and above all greed;
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Madison Julius Cawein poet Womanhood by Madison Julius Cawein
The summer takes its hue
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Robert Crawford poet Womanhood. by Robert Crawford
She feels the world, it touches her
Like a weird thing she needs must know,
5.12 0
John Donne poet Woman's Constancy by John Donne
Now thou hast loved me one whole day,
Tomorrow when thou leav'st, what wilt thou say?
5.49 0
Louisa Lawson poet Woman's Love by Louisa Lawson
I knew not what thy failings were,
Thy faults I did not see,
0.00 0
Valmiki poet Woman's Love by Valmiki
'Dearly loved, devoted Sita! daughter of a royal line,
Part we now, for years of wand'ring in the pathless woods is mine,
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Alaric Alexander Watts poet Woman's Love by Alaric Alexander Watts
'Tis morn: o'er Kyburg's castled crag day's first faint streak appears,
Like the ray of Truth through Error's mists, or the smile through Woman's te
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Madison Julius Cawein poet Woman's Love by Madison Julius Cawein
Sweet lies! the sweetest ever heard,
To her he said:
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