Top 100 Poems About: CRAZY


In this page, poems on / about “crazy” are listed.
  • 1.
    The Crazy Woman

    I shall not sing a May song.
    A May song should be gay.
    I'll wait until November
    And sing a song of gray. read more »

    Gwendolyn Brooks
  • 2.
    Crazy Kate

    Ah! who is she whose tresses wild,
    Bespeak her sorrow's frantic child?
    'Tis Kate, whose bosom fraught with woe, read more »

    Robert Anderson
  • 3.
    I Like That You Are Crazy Not With Me

    I like that you are crazy not with me,
    I like that I'm not with you crazy, either,
    That ne'er the heavy planet's globe will be
    Drifting away under our feet, quite easy. read more »

    Marina Ivanovna Tsvetaeva
  • 4.
    If The World Was Crazy

    If the world was crazy, you know what I'd eat?
    A big slice of soup and a whole quart of meat,
    A lemonade sandwich, and then I might try read more »

    Shel Silverstein
  • 5.
    Report To Crazy Horse

    All the Sioux were defeated. Our clan
    got poor, but a few got richer.
    They fought two wars. I did not
    take part. No one remembers your vision read more »

    William Stafford
  • 6.
    Take Them Away! They'Ll Drive Me Crazy

    Riding in the Park, or down town shopping
    At the Matinee, or singing in the choir
    Everywhere a dazzling blaze of beauty
    Blinds my eyes and sets my soul afire read more »

    Henry Clay Work
  • 7.
    The Crazy World

    THE WORLD did say to me,
    ‘My bread thou shalt not eat,
    I have no place for thee
    In house nor field nor street. read more »

    William Gay
  • 8.
    To Crazy Christian

    There was a cat named Crazy Christian
    Who never lived long enough to screw
    He was gay hearted, young and handsome read more »

    Ernest Hemingway
  • 9.
    The Death Of Crazy Jane

    'Twas at the hour when night retreating,
    Bade the screech--owl seek his nest;
    Gloomy vapours slow were fleeting,
    Morning glimmer'd in the east: read more »

    Robert Anderson
  • 10.
    Crazy Jane And Jack The Journeyman

    I know, although when looks meet
    I tremble to the bone,
    The more I leave the door unlatched
    The sooner love is gone, read more »

    William Butler Yeats
  • 11.
    Crazy Jane And The Bishop

    Bring me to the blasted oak
    That I, midnight upon the stroke,
    (All find safety in the tomb.)
    May call down curses on his head read more »

    William Butler Yeats
  • 12.
    Crazy Jane Grown Old Looks At The Dancers

    I found that ivory image there
    Dancing with her chosen youth,
    But when he wound her coal-black hair
    As though to strangle her, no scream read more »

    William Butler Yeats
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