Classical Poems


Poet Poem User Rating Comment Count
Sylvia Plath poet Watercolor Of Grantchester Meadows by Sylvia Plath
There, spring lambs jam the sheepfold. In air
Stilled, silvered as water in a glass
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James Thomson poet Waterfall by James Thomson
Smooth to the shelving brink a copious flood
Rolls fair and placid: where collected all,
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Li Po poet Waterfall At Lu-Shan by Li Po
Sunlight streams on the river stones.
From high above, the river steadily plunges--
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William Wordsworth poet Water-Fowl Observed Frequently Over The Lakes Of Rydal And.. by William Wordsworth
MARK how the feathered tenants of the flood,
With grace of motion that might scarcely seem
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Les Murray poet Water-gardening in an Old Farm Dam by Les Murray
Blueing the blackened water
that I'm widening with my spade
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Margaret Elizabeth Sangster poet Waterin’ Th' Horses by Margaret Elizabeth Sangster
I took th' horses to th' brook - to water 'em you know,
Th' air was cold with just a touch o' frost;
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Margaret Elizabeth Sangster poet Waterin’ Th' Horses by Margaret Elizabeth Sangster
I took th' horses to th' brook - to water 'em you know,
Th' air was cold with just a touch o' frost;
5.50 0
Harry Crosby poet Water-Lillies by Harry Crosby
Unwedded from the world, I stray through trees
To where a pool lies mirrored in the sun
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Margie Cronin poet Waterlily by Margie Cronin
Real
walking on water scenes!
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Muriel Rukeyser poet Waterlily Fire by Muriel Rukeyser
for Richard Griffith 
1 THE BURNING
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Edith Nesbit poet Waterloo Day by Edith Nesbit
THIS is the day of our glory; this is our day to weep.
Under her dusty laurels England stirs in her sleep;
5.45 0
William Lisle Bowles poet Water-Party On The Beaulieu River, In The New Forest by William Lisle Bowles
I thought 'twas a toy of the fancy, a dream
That leads with illusion the senses astray,
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Kenneth Slessor poet Waters by Kenneth Slessor
THIS Water, like a sky that no one uses,
Air turned to stone, ridden by stars and birds
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Albert Samain poet Watteau by Albert Samain
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James Lister Cuthbertson poet Wattle And Myrtle by James Lister Cuthbertson
Gold of the tangled wilderness of wattle,
   Break in the lone green hollows of the hills,
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Margaret Curran poet Wattle Blossom by Margaret Curran
'In bleak Toowoomba gardens, swept of flowers,
By cold west winds and withering with drought,
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Jill Jones poet Wave by Jill Jones
The traffic begins its wave,
the sky is threaded with exhaust,
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Luke Davies poet Wave Function, Bondi by Luke Davies
<i>In the odd world of the quantum, things appear to exist in a multitude of states — describable only as the set of probabilities known as a wa
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Joyce Kilmer poet Waverley by Joyce Kilmer
1814-1914
When, on a novel's newly printed page
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Sir Walter Scott poet Waverly by Sir Walter Scott
Late, when the Autumn evening fell
On Mirkwood–Mere's romantic dell,
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Katherine Mansfield poet Waves by Katherine Mansfield
I saw a tiny God
Sitting
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Ralph Waldo Emerson poet Waves by Ralph Waldo Emerson
ALL day the waves assailed the rock,
I heard no church-bell chime;
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Madison Julius Cawein poet Waves by Madison Julius Cawein
I saw the daughters of the ocean dance
With wind and tide, and heard them on the rocks:
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Emily Pauline Johnson poet Wave-Won by Emily Pauline Johnson
To-night I hunger so,
Beloved one, to know
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Shel Silverstein poet Wavy by Shel Silverstein
I thought that I had wavy hair
Until I shaved. Instead,
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