Classical Poems

Poet Poem User Rating Comment Count
Mathilde Blind poet Welcome To Egypt by Mathilde Blind
The Palms stood motionless as Pyramids
Against the golden halo of the sky;
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Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon poet Welcome To Our Canadian Spring by Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
We welcome thy coming, bright, sunny Spring,
To this snow-clad land of ours,
5.79 1
Oliver Wendell Holmes poet Welcome To The Chicago Commercial Club by Oliver Wendell Holmes
January 14, 1880
CHICAGO sounds rough to the maker of verse;
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Oliver Wendell Holmes poet Welcome To The Grand Duke Alexis by Oliver Wendell Holmes
Sung to the Russian national air by the children of the public schools.
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Oliver Wendell Holmes poet Welcome To The Nations by Oliver Wendell Holmes
BRIGHT on the banners of lily and rose
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James McIntyre poet Welcome To The Prince Of Wales by James McIntyre
Lines written when the Prince of Wales
was about embarking for Canada, May, 1860.
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William Cowper poet Welcome To The Table by William Cowper
This is the feast of heavenly wine,
And God invites to sup;
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Paul Hamilton Hayne poet Welcome To Winter by Paul Hamilton Hayne
NOW, with wild and windy roar,
Stalwart Winter comes once more,-
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Thomas Hood poet Welcome, Dear Heart, And A Most Kind Good-Morrow by Thomas Hood
Welcome, dear Heart, and a most kind good-morrow;
The day is gloomy, but our looks shall shine:—
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Denis Florence MacCarthy poet Welcome, May by Denis Florence MacCarthy
Welcome, May! welcome, May!
Thou hast been too long away,
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Edgar Albert Guest poet Welcoming The New Year by Edgar Albert Guest
At 10 p. m.
COME, let us make merry with innocent mirth,
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Nikolaus Franz Niembsch Edler von Stre .. poet Welke Rose by Nikolaus Franz Niembsch Edler von Stre ..
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Saigyo poet Well Do I Know Myself by Saigyo
Well do I know myself, so
Your coldness
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Henry Clay Work poet We'Ll Go Down Ourselves by Henry Clay Work
"What shall we do, as years go by,
And Peace remains a stranger --
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William Ernest Henley poet We'Ll Go No More A-Roving by William Ernest Henley
We'll go no more a-roving by the light of the moon.
November glooms are barren beside the dusk of June.
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George Gordon Byron poet We'Ll Go No More A-Roving by George Gordon Byron
SO, we'll go no more a-roving
So late into the night,
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Emily Jane Brontë poet Well Hast Thou Spoke by Emily Jane Brontë
Well hast thou spoken, and yet not taught
A feeling strange or new;
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William Watson poet Well He Slumbers, Greatly Slain by William Watson
Well he slumbers, greatly slain,
Who in splendid battle dies;
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Walter Savage Landor poet Well I Remember How You Smiled by Walter Savage Landor
Well I remember how you smiled
To see me write your name upon
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John Fuller poet Well Said, Davy by John Fuller
He went to the city and goosed all the girls
With a stall on his finger for whittling the wills
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Randall Jarrell poet Well Water by Randall Jarrell
What a girl called "the dailiness of life"
(Adding an errand to your errand. Saying,
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George Gordon Byron poet Well! Thou Art Happy by George Gordon Byron
Well! thou art happy, and I feel
That I should thus be happy too;
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Charles Harpur poet Wellington by Charles Harpur
Great captain if you will! great Duke! great Slave!
Great minion of the crown! - but a great man
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Dante Gabriel Rossetti poet Wellington's Funeral by Dante Gabriel Rossetti
18th November 1852
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Ronald Stuart Thomas poet Welsh History by Ronald Stuart Thomas
We were a people taut for war; the hills
Were no harder, the thin grass
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