943 match(es) found in poems


Poem
If I Can Stop One Heart From Breaking,

If I can stop one heart from breaking,
I shall not live in vain;
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Emily Dickinson

To One In Paradise

Thou wast all that to me, love,
For which my soul did pine-
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Edgar Allan Poe

Sometimes With One I Love


SOMETIMES with one I love, I fill myself with rage, for fear I effuse
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Walt Whitman

Before The Birth Of One Of Her Children

All things within this fading world hath end,
Adversity doth still our joys attend;
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Anne Bradstreet

I Am, O Anxious One

I am, O Anxious One. Don't you hear my voice
surging forth with all my earthly feelings?
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Rainer Maria Rilke

Think Of It Not, Sweet One

THINK not of it, sweet one, so;---
Give it not a tear;
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John Keats

One Way Of Love

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All June I bound the rose in sheaves.
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Robert Browning

To One Dead

A blackbird singing
On a moss-upholstered stone,
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Francis Ledwidge

One Song, America, Before I Go


ONE song, America, before I go,
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Walt Whitman

One Need Not Be A Chamber To Be Haunted,

One need not be a chamber to be haunted,
One need not be a house;
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Emily Dickinson

To One Shortly To Die


FROM all the rest I single out you, having a message for you:
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Walt Whitman

How One Winter Came In The Lake Region

1 For weeks and weeks the autumn world stood still,
2 Clothed in the shadow of a smoky haze;
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William Wilfred Campbell

To One Hated

<i>Hate is only Love that has missed its way.</i>
Had it been when I came to the valley where the paths parted asunder,
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Lucy Maud Montgomery

One Hour To Madness And Joy


ONE hour to madness and joy!
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Walt Whitman

As One Who Having Wandered All Night Long

AS one who having wandered all night long
In a perplexed forest, comes at length
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Robert Louis Stevenson

One's Self I Sing


ONE'S-SELF I sing--a simple, separate Person;
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Walt Whitman

To One Coming North

At first you'll joy to see the playful snow,
Like white moths trembling on the tropic air,
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Claude McKay

In The Matter Of One Compass

When, foot to wheel and back to wind,
The helmsman dare not look behind,
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Rudyard Kipling

Three Songs To The One Burden

THE Roaring Tinker if you like,
But Mannion is my name,
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William Butler Yeats

The Legend Of One Red Rose

The meaning of just one red rose
It's plain for all to see
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A. Ed Bollington

One Year After

I
Not once in all our days of poignant love,
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Claude McKay

To One Who Has Been Long In City Pent


To one who has been long in city pent,
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John Keats

One Sweeps By

ONE sweeps by, attended by an immense train,
All emblematic of peace--not a soldier or menial among them.
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Walt Whitman

One Day

Today I have been happy. All the day
I held the memory of you, and wove
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Rupert Brooke

Still, Though The One I Sing


STILL, though the one I sing,
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Walt Whitman

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