Top 100 Poems About: GUITAR


In this page, poems on / about “guitar” are listed.
  • 1.
    The Guitar-La Guitarra

    The weeping of the guitar
    begins.
    The goblets of dawn
    are smashed. read more »

    Federico García Lorca
  • 2.
    The Lady To Her Guitar

    For him who struck thy foreign string,
    I ween this heart has ceased to care;
    Then why dost thou such feelings bring
    To my sad spirit—old Guitar? read more »

    Emily Jane Brontë
  • 3.
    With A Guitar, To Jane

    Ariel to Miranda:-- Take
    This slave of music, for the sake
    Of him who is the slave of thee;
    And teach it all the harmony read more »

    Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • 4.
    The Man With The Blue Guitar

    The man bent over his guitar,
    A shearsman of sorts. The day was green. read more »

    Wallace Stevens
  • 5.
    Song Of The Guitar.

    In the tenth year of Yuanhe I was banished and demoted to be assistant official in Jiujiang. In the summer of the next year I was seeing a friend leave Penpu and heard in the midnight from a neighbouring boat a guitar played in the manner of the capital. Upon inquiry, I found that the player had formerly been a dancing-girl there and in her maturity had been married to a merchant. I invited her to my boat to have her play for us. She told me her story, heyday and then unhappiness. Since my departure from the capital I had not felt sad; but that night, after I left her, I began to realize my banishment. And I wrote this long poem -- six hundred and twelve characters.

    I was bidding a guest farewell, at night on the Xunyang River,
    Where maple-leaves and full-grown rushes rustled in the autumn. read more »

    Bai Juyi
  • 6.
    The Old Guitar

    Neglected now is the old guitar
    And moldering into decay;
    Fretted with many a rift and scar
    That the dull dust hides away, read more »

    James Whitcomb Riley
  • 7.
    The Guitarist Tunes Up

    With what attentive courtesy he bent
    Over his instrument;
    Not as a lordly conquerer who could
    Command both wire and wood, read more »

    Frances Darwin Cornford
  • 8.
    The Black Guitar

    Clearing out ten years from a wardrobe
    I opened its lid and saw Joe
    written twice in its dust, in a child's hand,
    then a squiggled seagull or two. read more »

    Paul Henry.
  • 9.
    The Fury Of Guitars And Sopranos

    This singing
    is a kind of dying,
    a kind of birth,
    a votive candle. read more »

    Anne Sexton
  • 10.
    If I Were Another

    If I were another on the road, I would not have looked
    back, I would have said what one traveler said
    to another: Stranger! awaken
    the guitar more! Delay our tomorrow so our road
    may extend and space may widen for us, and we may get rescued
    from our story together: you are so much yourself ... and I am
    so much other than myself right here before you! read more »

    Mahmoud Darwish
  • 11.
    Benjamin Plays Bass Guitar

    Benjamin plays bass guitar
    completely out of tune.
    Sarah sings while sucking from read more »

    Kenn Nesbitt
  • 12.
    We Are Some Disjointed Guitars...

    We are some disjointed guitars.
    When the wind blows through
    discordant lines and sounds awaken
    in the chainlike strings that dangle. read more »

    Kostas Karyotakis
[Hata Bildir]