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# Title Poet
226. Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
The Curfew tolls the knell of parting day,
The lowing herd wind slowly o'er the lea,
Thomas Gray poet by Thomas Gray
on 1/1/2000
227. Full Moon
Above the tower -- a lone, twice-sized moon.
On the cold river passing night-filled homes,
Tu Fu poet by Tu Fu
on 1/1/2000
228. Conscience
Conscience is instinct bred in the house,
Feeling and Thinking propagate the sin
Henry David Thoreau poet by Henry David Thoreau
on 1/1/2000
229. All nature has a feeling
All nature has a feeling: woods, fields, brooks
Are life eternal: and in silence they
John Clare poet by John Clare
on 1/1/2000
230. Get Drunk
Always be drunk.
That's it!
Charles Baudelaire poet by Charles Baudelaire
on 1/1/2000
231. Adlestrop
Yes, I remember Adlestrop --
The name, because one afternoon
Edward Thomas poet by Edward Thomas
on 1/1/2000
232. Dream Land
Where sunless rivers weep
Their waves into the deep,
Christina Georgina Rossetti poet by Christina Georgina Rossetti
on 1/1/2000
233. A Game of Fives
Five little girls, of Five, Four, Three, Two, One:
Rolling on the hearthrug, full of tricks and fun.
Lewis Carroll poet by Lewis Carroll
on 1/1/2000
234. Again and Again
Again and again, however we know the landscape of love
and the little churchyard there, with its sorrowing names,
Rainer Maria Rilke poet by Rainer Maria Rilke
on 1/1/2000
235. Be Still, My Soul, Be Still
Be still, my soul, be still; the arms you bear are brittle,
Earth and high heaven are fixt of old and founded strong.
Alfred Edward Housman poet by Alfred Edward Housman
on 1/1/2000
236. The Panther
His vision, from the constantly passing bars,
has grown so weary that it cannot hold
Rainer Maria Rilke poet by Rainer Maria Rilke
on 1/1/2000
237. To an Athlete Dying Young
The time you won your town the race
We chaired you through the market-place;
Alfred Edward Housman poet by Alfred Edward Housman
on 1/1/2000
238. Dis poetry
Dis poetry is like a riddim dat drops
De tongue fires a riddim dat shoots like shots
Benjamin Zephaniah poet by Benjamin Zephaniah
on 1/1/2000
239. Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs)
They leave their homes
Unwillingly forced
Naseer Ahmed Nasir poet by Naseer Ahmed Nasir
on 1/1/2000
240. A Child's Garden
R. L. Stevenson
Now there is nothing wrong with me
Rudyard Kipling poet by Rudyard Kipling
on 1/1/2000
241. Give All To Love
Give all to love;
Obey thy heart;
Ralph Waldo Emerson poet by Ralph Waldo Emerson
on 1/1/2000
242. Angel of Death
In darkness of the night
I spied him in a tree
Udiah (witness to Yah) poet by Udiah (witness to Yah)
on 1/1/2000
243. A Code of Morals
Now Jones had left his new-wed bride to keep his house in order,
And hied away to the Hurrum Hills above the Afghan border,
Rudyard Kipling poet by Rudyard Kipling
on 1/1/2000
244. Indeed, Indeed I Cannot Tell
Indeed indeed, I cannot tell,
Though I ponder on it well,
Henry David Thoreau poet by Henry David Thoreau
on 1/1/2000
245. A Red Palm
You're in this dream of cotton plants.
You raise a hoe, swing, and the first weeds
Gary Soto poet by Gary Soto
on 1/1/2000
246. Hawk Roosting
I sit in the top of the wood, my eyes closed.
Inaction, no falsifying dream
Ted Hughes poet by Ted Hughes
on 1/1/2000
247. Good-by
Good-by, proud world, I'm going home,
Thou'rt not my friend, and I'm not thine;
Ralph Waldo Emerson poet by Ralph Waldo Emerson
on 1/1/2000
248. On Imagination
THY various works, imperial queen, we see,
How bright their forms! how deck'd with pomp
Phillis Wheatley poet by Phillis Wheatley
on 1/1/2000
249. 1914 I: Peace
Now, God be thanked Who has watched us with His hour,
And caught our youth, and wakened us from sleeping,
Rupert Brooke poet by Rupert Brooke
on 1/1/2000
250. Daddy
You do not do, you do not do
Any more, black shoe
Sylvia Plath poet by Sylvia Plath
on 1/1/2000
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