Classical Poems


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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
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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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Johann Baptist Mayrhofer poet Wie Ulfru Fischt by Johann Baptist Mayrhofer
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Anton Wildgans poet Wiedersehen Mit Gott by Anton Wildgans
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Joseph Christian Freiherr von Zedlitz poet Wiedersehn by Joseph Christian Freiherr von Zedlitz
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Adam Oehlenschläger poet Wiedewelt by Adam Oehlenschläger
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Karl Joachim Friedrich Ludwig von Arnim poet Wiegenlied by Karl Joachim Friedrich Ludwig von Arnim
Goldne Wiegen schwingen
Und die Mücken singen;
4.92 0
Julian Tuwim poet Wife by Julian Tuwim
My husband is idle, is dumb and spends money.
He either stands still at the window or runs about town like a bunny.
5.50 0
Makarand Paranjape poet Wife by Makarand Paranjape
She came into my life
Bearing all the auspicious marks
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William Barnes poet Wife A-Lost, The by William Barnes
Since I noo mwore do zee your fe{"a}ce,
Up ste{"a}rs or down below,
5.29 0
Christina Georgina Rossetti poet Wife To Husband by Christina Georgina Rossetti
Pardon the faults in me,
For the love of years ago:
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Padraic Colum poet Wild Ass by Padraic Colum
THE Wild Ass lounges, legs struck out
In vagrom unconcern:
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Sara Teasdale poet Wild Asters by Sara Teasdale
In the spring I asked the daisies
If his words were true,
6.46 0
John Clare poet Wild Bees by John Clare
These children of the sun which summer brings
As pastoral minstrels in her merry train
5.49 0
Shams al-Din Hafiz Shirazi poet Wild Deer. by Shams al-Din Hafiz Shirazi
Where are you O Wild Deer?
I have known you for a while, here.
5.24 0
Lawrence Ferlinghetti poet Wild Dreams Of A New Beginning by Lawrence Ferlinghetti
There's a breathless hush on the freeway tonight
Beyond the ledges of concrete
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Lola Ridge poet Wild Duck by Lola Ridge
I
That was a great night we spied upon
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Katharine Lee Bates poet Wild Europe by Katharine Lee Bates
WILD Europe, red with Woden's dreadful dew,
On fire with Loki's hate, more savage than
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George MacDonald poet Wild Flowers by George MacDonald
Content Primroses,
With hearts at rest in your thick leaves' soft care,
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Ali Eckermann poet Wild Flowers by Ali Eckermann
Mallets pound fence posts
in tune with the rifles
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Caroline Carleton poet Wild Flowers Of Australia by Caroline Carleton
Oh say not that no perfume dwells;
The wilding flowers among,
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