908 match(es) found in poems

Sexy Little Pixie Lady(For The Cutest Sexiest Littlest Pix..

When you smile:
your eyes smile too :)
Dónall Dempsey

You Can Take The Man Out Of Sharia Law Land, But You Can ..

Mr. Hassan wanted to ‘bridge’ the connection between cultures after nine eleven,
He just wanted for the majority of us to understand that all Arabs aren’t the same,
Joe Rosochacki

The Last Laugh

'Oh! Jesus Christ! I'm hit,' he said; and died.
Whether he vainly cursed or prayed indeed,
Wilfred Owen

The Laboratory-Ancien Régime

Now that I, tying thy glass mask tightly,
Robert Browning

Lapis Lazuli

(For Harry Clifton)
I HAVE heard that hysterical women say
William Butler Yeats

(2) The Last Days - The Last Supper

I sit here surrounded by twelve great men
Not just my disciples, they are my friends
Lacey UnKnown

A La Fenêtre, Pendant La Nuit

Les étoiles, points d'or, percent les branches noires ;
Le flot huileux et lourd décompose ses moires
Victor Marie Hugo

The Little Old Lady In Lavender Silk

I was seventy-seven, come August,
I shall shortly be losing my bloom;
Dorothy Parker

La Frégate La Sérieuse

Alfred de Vigny

The Lady Of The Lake: Canto 1 (Excerpt)

Soldier, rest! thy warfare o'er,
Sir Walter Scott

La Fuite De La Lune

To outer senses there is peace,
A dreamy peace on either hand
Oscar Wilde

A Lady With A Lamp


A Sonnet, To The Noble Lady, The Lady Mary Wroth

I that have been a lover, and could show it,
  Though not in these, in rhymes not wholly dumb,
Ben Jonson

A Late Lark Twitters From The Quiet Skies

the quiet skies:
And from the west,
William Ernest Henley

La Tombe Dit À La Rose (The Grave And The Rose)

La tombe dit à la rose :
- Des pleurs dont l'aube t'arrose
Victor Marie Hugo

La Paloma Y La Abeja

Rafael Pombo

Ik Lafz-E-Mohabbat Ka Adana Sa Fasana Hai

Jigar Moradabadi

Hamba Langa Shona Nothando Lami

Nhiziyo yami usuyokophela ngaphakathi,
Konke kwakubekiw' ukuba kuyophela,
senzokhaya umhayi

As I Lay With Head In Your Lap, Camerado

AS I lay with my head in your lap, Camerado,
Walt Whitman

Laugh, Laugh Ha, Ha

Papa, papa, Mama, Mama,
Alfa, Beta, Gama, Gama.
Kumarmani Mahakul

My Lady's Law

The Law whereby my lady moves
Was never Law to me,
Rudyard Kipling

Last Of The Classy Ladies

She had an air about her
Bold and proper she was
Edwin Robinette

An Elegy On A Lap-Dog

1 Shock's fate I mourn; poor Shock is now no more,
2 Ye Muses mourn, ye chamber-maids deplore.
John Gay

Lady With A Lamp Light: Florence Nightingale

Florence Nightingale
laboured in Constantinople;
Terence George Craddock (Spectral Imag ..

Summer By The Lakeside: Lake Winnipesaukee

White clouds, whose shadows haunt the deep,
John Greenleaf Whittier

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