Top 100 Poems About: MAGIC
Top 100 Poems on / about
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1.Love And Black Magic
To the woods, to the woods is the wizard gone;
In his grotto the maiden sits alone.
She gazes up with a weary smile
At the rafter-hanging crocodile, read more »Robert Graves
We passed old farmer Boothby in the field.
Rugged and straight he stood; his body steeled
With stubbornness and age. We met his eyes read more »Louis Untermeyer
3.Magic Of Love
'Love is like Magic and it always will be,
For Love still remains Life's Sweet Mystery!
Love works in ways that are wondrous and strange read more »Helen Steiner Rice
At last I know—it’s on old ivory jars,
Glassed with old miniatures and garnered once with musk. read more »Kenneth Slessor
I am watching Cleo listening, our cat
listening to Mozart's Magic Flute. What
can she be hearing? What
can the air carry into her ears like that, read more »Eamon Grennan
AFTER READING THE UPANISHADS
OUT of the dusky chamber of the brain
Flows the imperial will through dream on dream: read more »George William Russell
WE air tired who follow after
Phantasy and truth that flies:
You with only look and laughter read more »George William Russell
Now, in the moonrise, from a wintry sky,
The frost has come to charm with elfin might read more »Duncan Campbell Scott
9.The Magic Wand
As an April garden
Breathes the scent of rain -
Rain that calls her treasures read more »Ada Cambridge
10.The Magic Cup
THE worst of ills, with jealousy compared,
Are trifling torments ev'ry where declared.
IMAGINE, to yourself a silly fool, read more »Jean De La Fontaine
11.The Magic Net
Do I see a contest yonder?
See I miracles or pastimes?
Beauteous urchins, five in number,
'Gainst five sisters fair contending,-- read more »Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
12.The Pupil In Magic
I AM now,--what joy to hear it!--
Of the old magician rid;
And henceforth shall ev'ry spirit
Do whate'er by me is bid; read more »Johann Wolfgang von Goethe