Classical Poems

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Ethel Lynn Eliot Beers poet Whisper Softly, Stainless Lilies by Ethel Lynn Eliot Beers
Whisper softly, stainless Lilies,
As you fold each snowy cup
5.50 0
Meena Kandasamy poet Whispered Intimacies by Meena Kandasamy
And I got your words
4.00 0
Georg Trakl poet Whispered Into Afternoon by Georg Trakl
Sun of autumn, thin and shy
And fruit drops off the trees,
5.83 0
Sri Chinmoy Ghose poet Whisperings by Sri Chinmoy Ghose
The whisper of temptation
Took him to hell.
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Adam Lindsay Gordon poet Whisperings In Wattle-Boughs by Adam Lindsay Gordon
Oh, gaily sings the bird, and the wattle-boughs are stirr'd
And rustled by the scented breath of spring ;
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Nasir Kazmi poet Whispers by Nasir Kazmi
The whispers of these fearful cities tremble in the air.
The eloquence of the land merely waits for an audience.
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Jill Jones poet Whispers And Courses by Jill Jones
Air urges through my waking cells.
Day breathes thicker, houses exhale us.
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Walt Whitman poet Whispers Of Heavenly Death by Walt Whitman

WHISPERS of heavenly death, murmur'd I hear;
5.57 0
Thomas Stearns Eliot poet Whispers Of Immortality by Thomas Stearns Eliot
Webster was much possessed by death
And saw the skull beneath the skin;
10.00 0
Robert Burns poet Whistle Ow'R The Lave O'T by Robert Burns
My mither sent me tae the moss
For to gaither peats and dross.
5.64 0
Paul Laurence Dunbar poet Whistling Sam by Paul Laurence Dunbar
I has hyeahd o' people dancin' an' I 's hyeahd o' people singin'.
An' I 's been 'roun' lots of othahs dat could keep de banjo ringin';
5.50 0
Amy Lowell poet White And Green by Amy Lowell
Hey! My daffodil-crowned,
Slim and without sandals!
5.51 0
Donald Hall poet White Apples by Donald Hall
when my father had been dead a week
I woke
5.63 3
Rasul Mir poet White Are The Robes, My Kamdev Wears by Rasul Mir
White are the robes, my Kamdev wears.
His brow is adorned in flowers red,
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Carl Sandburg poet White Ash by Carl Sandburg
THERE is a woman on Michigan Boulevard keeps a parrot and goldfish and two white mice.
She used to keep a houseful of girls in kimonos and three push
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Yosa Buson poet White Blossoms Of The Pear by Yosa Buson
White blossoms of the pear
and a woman in moonlight
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Robert William Service poet White Christmas by Robert William Service
My folks think I'm a serving maid
Each time I visit home;
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Ayyappa Paniker poet White Clouds by Ayyappa Paniker
White clouds may never rain!
They only float across the sky lazily!
5.27 0
Banjo Paterson poet White Cockatoos by Banjo Paterson
Now the autumn maize is growing,
Now the corn-cob fills,
5.29 0
Benjamin Zephaniah poet White Comedy by Benjamin Zephaniah
I waz whitemailed
By a white witch,
6.69 10
Amy Lowell poet White Currants by Amy Lowell
Shall I give you white currants?
I do not know why, but I have a sudden fancy for this fruit.
5.71 0
Christopher John Brennan poet White Dawn, That Tak'st The Heaven With Sweet Surprise by Christopher John Brennan
White dawn, that tak'st the heaven with sweet surprise
of amorous artifice,
0.00 1
Joseph Mary Plunkett poet White Dove Of The Wild Dark Eyes by Joseph Mary Plunkett

White Dove of the wild dark eyes
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James Stephens poet White Fields by James Stephens
In the winter time we go
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Sara Teasdale poet White Fog by Sara Teasdale
Heaven-invading hills are drowned
In wide moving waves of mist,
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