Classical Poems


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Álvares de Azevedo poet Virgem Morta by Álvares de Azevedo
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Joseph Hall poet Virgidemarium (Excerpt) by Joseph Hall
With some pot-fury, ravish'd from their wit,
They sit and muse on some no-vulgar writ:
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Walt Whitman poet Virgil Strange I Kept On The Field by Walt Whitman

VIGIL strange I kept on the field one night:
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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow poet Virgil's First Eclogue by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
MELIBOEUS.
Tityrus, thou in the shade of a spreading beech-tree reclining,
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Edmund Spenser poet Virgils Gnat by Edmund Spenser
Wrong'd, yet not daring to expresse my paine,
To you (great Lord) the causer of my care,
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Sylvia Plath poet Virgin In A Tree by Sylvia Plath
How this tart fable instructs
And mocks! Here's the parody of that moral mousetrap
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Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon poet Virgin Of Bethlehem by Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
Virgin of Bethlehem! spouse of the Holy One!
Star of the pilgrim on life’s stormy sea!
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David Herbert Lawrence poet Virgin Youth by David Herbert Lawrence
Now and again
All my body springs alive,
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Charles Harpur poet Virginal Love by Charles Harpur
I LOVE him so,
That though his face I ne’er might see,
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Thomas Babbington Macaulay poet Virginia by Thomas Babbington Macaulay
Fragments of a Lay Sung in the Forum on the Day Whereon Lucius Sextius Sextinus Lateranus and Caius Licinius Calvus Stolo Were Elected Tribunes of the
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Walt Whitman poet Virginia--The West by Walt Whitman

THE noble Sire, fallen on evil days,
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Alan Seeger poet Virginibus Puerisque . . . by Alan Seeger
I care not that one listen if he lives
For aught but life's romance, nor puts above
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Robert William Service poet Virginity by Robert William Service
My mother she had children five and four are dead and gone;
While I, least worthy to survive, persist in living on.
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Nicolaj Frederik Severin Grundtvig poet Virkeligt Det Nu Er Blevet by Nicolaj Frederik Severin Grundtvig
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George Herbert poet Virtue by George Herbert
Sweet day, so cool, so calm, so bright
The bridal of the earth and sky:
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Michael Bruce poet Virtue And Happiness In The Country by Michael Bruce
How blest the man who, in these peaceful plains,
Ploughs his paternal field; far from the noise,
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James Thomson poet Virtue And Vice by James Thomson
SHE was so good, and he was so bad
A very pretty time they had!
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Joseph Furphy poet Virtues That Pay by Joseph Furphy
You argue — as sympathy governs your bias —
That Wisdom distributes the capon and crust,
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Alfred Austin poet Vis Medicatrix Naturae by Alfred Austin
When Faith turns false and Fancy grows unkind,
And Fortune, more from fickleness than spite,
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Victor Segalen poet Visage Dans Les Yeux by Victor Segalen
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Casimiro de Abreu poet Visão by Casimiro de Abreu
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Hans Christian Andersen poet Vise by Hans Christian Andersen
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Christian Winther poet Vise by Christian Winther
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Hans Christian Andersen poet Vise Af Festen Paa Kenilworth by Hans Christian Andersen
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Steen Steensen Blicher poet Vise Til En Farvers Bryllup by Steen Steensen Blicher
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