Classical Poems

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Sayeed Abubakar poet War Is Life by Sayeed Abubakar Gold Star - 14,437 Points
I can go to war with those this very day
who are against hunger,
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Ella Wheeler Wilcox poet War Mothers by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
There is something in the sound of drum and fife
That stirs all the savage instincts into life.
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Christopher Logue poet War Music [down On Your Knees, Achilles] by Christopher Logue
An account of books 16-19 of the Iliad by Homer.
Down on your knees, Achilles. Farther down.
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Allen Ginsberg poet War Profit Litany by Allen Ginsberg
To Ezra Pound
These are the names of the companies that have made
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Katharine Lee Bates poet War Profits by Katharine Lee Bates
THE horns of the moon are tipped
With pearl. Her lover, wooed
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Charles Mackay poet War Song by Charles Mackay
I saw a stain on the last year's snow,
Brothers! a stain of blood!
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Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis poet War Song by Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Sing a song o' Hempire
Mother's took a fit,
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John Davidson poet War Song by John Davidson
In anguish we uplift
A new unhallowed song:
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Thomas Moore poet War Song by Thomas Moore
Remember the Glories of Brien the Brave
Remember the glories of Brien the brave,
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Peter Bakowski poet War Zone by Peter Bakowski
Here are the key words in this diminished world—
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Leon Gellert poet War! by Leon Gellert
When my poor body died,-Alas!
I watched it topple down a hill
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Henry Lawson poet Waratah And Wattle by Henry Lawson
Though poor and in trouble I wander alone,
With rebel cockade in my hat,
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Walt Whitman poet Warble Of Lilac-Time by Walt Whitman

WARBLE me now, for joy of Lilac-time,
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Nina Murdoch poet Warbrides by Nina Murdoch
There has been wrong done since the world began.
That young men should go out and die in war,
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Alfred Austin poet Wardens Of The Wave by Alfred Austin
Not to exult in braggart vein
Over a gallant foe,
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William Lisle Bowles poet Wardour Castle by William Lisle Bowles
If rich designs of sumptuous art may please,
Or Nature's loftier views, august and old,
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Jessie Pope poet Ware Wire! by Jessie Pope
WHEN the beagles are running like steam,
When the plough is as sticky as glue,
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John Kinsella poet Warhol At Wheatlands by John Kinsella
He’s polite looking over the polaroids
saying gee & fantastic, though always
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Robert Browning poet Waring by Robert Browning
Mr. Alfred Domett, C.M.G., author of
Ranolf and Amohia, ``full of descriptions of
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Emily Dickinson poet Warm in her Hand these accents lie by Emily Dickinson
Warm in her Hand these accents lie
While faithful and afar
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Mark Twain poet Warm Summer Sun by Mark Twain
Warm summer sun,
Shine kindly here,
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Henry Van Dyke poet War-Music by Henry Van Dyke
Break off! Dance no more!
Danger is at the door.
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Ella Wheeler Wilcox poet Warned by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
They stood at the garden gate.
By the lifting of a lid
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Ella Wheeler Wilcox poet Warning by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
High in the heavens I saw the moon this morning,
Albeit the sun shone bright;
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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe poet Warning by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
WAKEN not Amor from sleep! The beauteous urchin still slumbers;
Go, and complete thou the task, that to the day is assign'd!
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