Top 100 Poems About: RAVEN

In this page, poems on / about “raven” are listed.
  • 1.
    magical mystery tour

    I am in this low-slung sports car
    painted a deep, rich yellow
    driving under an Italian sun.
    I have a British accent. read more »

    Charles Bukowski
  • 2.
    A Lake And A Fairy Boat

    A lake and a fairy boat
    To sail in the moonlight clear, -
    And merrily we would float
    From the dragons that watch us here! read more »

    Thomas Hood
  • 3.
    Why Is This Age Worse...?

    Why is this age worse than earlier ages?
    In a stupor of grief and dread
    have we not fingered the foulest wounds
    and left them unhealed by our hands? read more »

    Anna Akhmatova
  • 4.
    John Anderson My Jo

    John Anderson my jo, John,
    When we were first acquent,
    Your locks were like the raven,
    Your bonny brow was brent; read more »

    Robert Burns
  • 5.
    The Raven Days

    Our hearths are gone out and our hearts are broken,
    And but the ghosts of homes to us remain,
    And ghastly eyes and hollow sighs give token
    From friend to friend of an unspoken pain. read more »

    Sidney Lanier
  • 6.
    Omen Of Emptiness

    The clock has turned enough
    to reach a planet
    Life is endless night
    I hear wings beating in read more »

    Spike Milligan
  • 7.
    #1 (From, Picture Poems 1)

    a singing man
    was sacrificed

    by ravens read more »

    Peter S. Quinn
  • 8.
    A Bird’s-Eye View

    'Croak, croak, croak,'
    Thus the Raven spoke,
    Perched on his crooked tree
    As hoarse as hoarse could be. read more »

    Christina Georgina Rossetti
  • 9.
    Elijah Fed By Ravens

    Elijah's example declares,
    Whatever distress may betide;
    The saints may commit all their cares
    To him who will surely provide: read more »

    John Newton
  • 10.
    The Dirge of Wallace

    When Scotland's great Regent, our warrior most dear,
    The debt of his nature did pay,
    T' was Edward, the cruel, had reason to fear,
    And cause to be struck with dismay. read more »

    Thomas Campbell
  • 11.

    OH thou sweet maiden fair,
    Thou with the raven hair,

    Why to the window go? read more »

    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  • 12.
    Black rose

    You look like a black rose
    in full bloom.
    Your pose and the clothes you wear
    Make me stare. read more »

    Daniel Hooks
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