Classical Poems

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Christina Georgina Rossetti poet Wee Wee Husband by Christina Georgina Rossetti
Wee wee husband,
Give me some money,
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Robert Burns poet Wee Willie Gray by Robert Burns
Wee Willie Gray, and his leather wallet,
Peel a willow wand to be him boots and jacket;
5.64 0
Charles Lamb poet Weeding by Charles Lamb
As busy Aurelia, 'twixt work and 'twixt play,
Was labouring industriously hard
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Hal Gibson Pateshall Colebatch poet Weeding The Garden By Moonlight by Hal Gibson Pateshall Colebatch
I have barely started these nocturnal labours
when the local cats come: first the neighbours’
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William Herbert Carruth poet Weeds by William Herbert Carruth
Poor, homely, unloved things beside the way,
That strive in voiceless ignominy, still
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Carl Sandburg poet Weeds by Carl Sandburg
FROM the time of the early radishes
To the time of the standing corn
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Harold Monro poet Week-End by Harold Monro
The train! The twleve o'clock for paradise.
5.55 0
Lesbia Harford poet Weekend At Mt. Dandenong by Lesbia Harford
Frolic mountain winds
Innocent and shy,
5.91 0
Maya Angelou poet Weekend Glory by Maya Angelou
Some clichty folks
don't know the facts,
7.79 9
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis poet Week-Ends by Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I don't know what's come to the summer
In these dull and decadent years;
5.50 0
David Herbert Lawrence poet Week-Night Service by David Herbert Lawrence
The five old bells
Are hurrying and eagerly calling,
5.71 0
Albert Rodenbach poet Weelde by Albert Rodenbach
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Alice Nahon poet Weemoed by Alice Nahon
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John Fletcher poet Weep No More by John Fletcher
WEEP no more, nor sigh, nor groan,
Sorrow calls no time that 's gone:
5.84 0
Sir William Davenant poet Weep No More For What Is Past by Sir William Davenant
WEEP no more for what is past,
For time in motion makes such haste
5.12 0
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton poet Weep Not For Him That Dieth by Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
WEEP not for him that dieth--
5.56 0
Anne Brontë poet Weep Not Too Much by Anne Brontë
Weep not too much, my darling;
Sigh not too oft for me;
6.17 0
Robert Greene poet Weep Not, My Wanton by Robert Greene
WEEP not, my wanton, smile upon my knee:
When thou art old there's grief enough for thee.
5.69 0
Thomas Moore poet Weep On, Weep On by Thomas Moore
Weep on, weep on, your hour is past,
Your dreams of pride are o'er;
5.63 0
Anonymous Olde English poet Weep You No More, Sad Fountains by Anonymous Olde English
Weep you no more, sad fountains;
What need you flow so fast?
6.88 0
John Wilbye poet Weep, O Mine Eyes by John Wilbye
Weep, O mine eyes and cease not,
Out alas, these your spring tides methinks increase not.
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Alexander Pope poet Weeping by Alexander Pope
While Celia's Tears make sorrow bright,
Proud Grief sits swelling in her eyes;
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Federico García Lorca poet Weeping by Federico García Lorca
I go down the street
5.37 0
John Newton poet Weeping Mary by John Newton
Mary to her Saviour's tomb
Hasted at the early dawn;
5.15 0
Edward George Dyson poet Weeping Willie by Edward George Dyson
Whey our trooper hit wide water every
heart was yearin' back
5.40 0
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