Top 100 Poems About: WOMEN
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1.Give Me Women, Wine, And Snuff
GIVE me women, wine, and snuff
Untill I cry out "hold, enough!"
You may do so sans objection
Till the day of resurrection: read more »John Keats
2.What Do Women Want?
I want a red dress.
I want it flimsy and cheap,
I want it too tight, I want to wear it
until someone tears it off me. read more »Kim Addonizio
WOMEN sit, or move to and fro- some old,
some young; read more »Walt Whitman
4.Mary, Pity Women!
You call yourself a man,
For all you used to swear,
An' leave me, as you can,
My certain shame to bear? read more »Rudyard Kipling
5.Cigarettes And Whiskey And Wild, Wild Women
(from a song)
Perhaps I was born kneeling,
born coughing on the long winter, read more »Anne Sexton
6.The Laughter Of Women
The laughter of women sets fire
to the Halls of Injustice
and the false evidence burns
to a beautiful white lightness read more »Lisel Mueller
7.Women And Roses
I dream of a red-rose tree.
And which of its roses three
Is the dearest rose to me? read more »Robert Browning
8.04. Beautiful Women
young women, old women
in their heart
despite the years
the yearning to be beautiful read more »john tiong chunghoo
9.Epistle Ii: To A Lady (Of The Characters Of Women )
NOTHING so true as what you once let fall,
"Most Women have no Characters at all."
Matter too soft a lasting mark to bear,
And best distinguish'd by black, brown, or fair. read more »Alexander Pope
10.A Form Of Women
I have come far enough
from where I was not before
to have seen the things
looking in at me from through the open door read more »Robert Creeley
11.Sonnet (Women Have Loved Before As I Love Now)
Women have loved before as I love now;
At least, in lively chronicles of the past—
Of Irish waters by a Cornish prow
Or Trojan waters by a Spartan mast read more »Edna St. Vincent Millay
12.Glory Of Women
You love us when we're heroes, home on leave,
Or wounded in a mentionable place.
You worship decorations; you believe
That chivalry redeems the war's disgrace. read more »Siegfried Sassoon