Top 100 Poems About: RUNNING
Top 100 Poems on / about
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1.Running To Paradise
As I came over Windy Gap
They threw a halfpenny into my cap.
For I am running to paradise; read more »William Butler Yeats
2.The Spring Running
Man goes to Man! Cry the challenge through the Jungle!
He that was our Brother goes away.
Hear, now, and judge, O ye People of the Jungle--
Answer, who can turn him--who shall stay? read more »Rudyard Kipling
3.A Baby Running Barefoot
When the bare feet of the baby beat across the grass
The little white feet nod like white flowers in the wind,
They poise and run like ripples lapping across the water;
And the sight of their white play among the grass read more »David Herbert Lawrence
4.The Song Of The Ungirt Runners
We swing ungirded hips,
And lightened are our eyes,
The rain is on our lips,
We do not run for prize. read more »Charles Hamilton Sorley
The dusk is down on the river meadows,
The moon is climbing above the fir,
The lane is crowded with creeping shadows, read more »William Henry Ogilvie
6.Green Fields And Running Brooks
Ho! green fields and running brooks!
Knotted strings and fishing-hooks
Of the truant, stealing down
Weedy backways of the town. read more »James Whitcomb Riley
7.When, Like A Running Grave
When, like a running grave, time tracks you down,
Your calm and cuddled is a scythe of hairs,
Love in her gear is slowly through the house,
Up naked stairs, a turtle in a hearse, read more »Dylan Thomas
8.It sounded as if the Streets were running
It sounded as if the Streets were running
And then - the Streets stood still -
Eclipse - was all we could see at the Window read more »Emily Dickinson
9.The Weather Is Perfect for Running
The weather is perfect for running.
I think that I'll go for a jog.
Except I'm a little bit tired, read more »Kenn Nesbitt
10.Running Away Together
It will be an island on strings
well out to sea and austere
bobbing as if at anchor read more »Maxine Kumin
She was running this morning
early Sunday morning
while we drove by on the way to church read more »Raymond A. Foss
12.Prairie Waters By Night
Chatter of birds two by two raises a night song joining a litany of running water--sheer waters
showing the russet of old stones remembering many rains.
And the long willows drowse on the shoulders of the running water, and sleep from much music; read more »Carl Sandburg