Classical Poems


Poet Poem User Rating Comment Count
Emily Dickinson poet When Night is almost done by Emily Dickinson
347
When Night is almost done—
10.00 0
Bernard de Ventadorn poet When Nightingales Their Lulling Song by Bernard de Ventadorn
When nightingales their lulling song
For me have breathed the whole night long,
5.82 0
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson poet When Norway Would Not Help by Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
When Kattegat now or the Belt you sail,
No more will you sight
5.38 0
Leo Yankevich poet When Nothing Remains by Leo Yankevich Rookie
(for Kasia)
Today, I think, I’d like to have you pose
7.19 1
James Whitcomb Riley poet When Old Jack Died by James Whitcomb Riley
I.
When old Jack died, we staid from school (they said,
5.53 0
Robert Laurence Binyon poet When Old Wounds Bleed Again by Robert Laurence Binyon
When old wounds bleed again
In the silence of the night,
5.50 0
William Henry Davies poet When on a Summer's Morn by William Henry Davies
When on a summer's morn I wake,
And open my two eyes,
5.79 0
Osip Emilevich Mandelstam poet When on the squares and in solitary silence by Osip Emilevich Mandelstam
When on the squares and in solitary silence
We slowly go out of our minds,
5.22 0
Dylan Thomas poet When Once the Twilight Locks No Longer by Dylan Thomas
When once the twilight locks no longer
Locked in the long worm of my finger
5.54 2
Emily Dickinson poet When One has given up One's life by Emily Dickinson
853
When One has given up One's life
10.00 0
Thomas Parnell poet When Ore My Temples Balmy Vapours Rise by Thomas Parnell
When ore my temples balmy vapours rise
Whose soft suffusion dims the sinking eyes
5.45 0
William Strode poet When Orpheus Sweetly Did Complayne by William Strode
When Orpheus sweetly did complayne
Upon his lute with heavy strayne
5.30 0
Edgar Albert Guest poet When Pa Comes Home by Edgar Albert Guest
When Pa comes home, I'm at the door,
An' then he grabs me off the floor
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Edgar Albert Guest poet When Pa Counts by Edgar Albert Guest
Pa's not so very big or brave; he can't lift weights like Uncle Jim;
His hands are soft like little girls'; most anyone could wallop him.
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Edgar Albert Guest poet When Pa Gets Back by Edgar Albert Guest
I'M allus glad when my Pa gets back
From the shu-shu cars and the railroad track,
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Jean Blewett poet When Paganini Plays by Jean Blewett
'Dawn!' laughs the bow, and we straight see the sky,
Crimson, and golden, and gray,
5.50 0
Edasseri Govindan Nair poet When Philosophies Sleep by Edasseri Govindan Nair
'Everything is fate'
That was father's faith;
5.50 0
Jill Jones poet When Planets Softly Collide by Jill Jones
This is not a poem about dust,
there have been too many of those,
0.00 0
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton poet When Poor In All But Hope And Love by Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
WHEN, poor in all but hope and love,
I clasped thee to my faithful heart;
5.11 0
Henry Howard poet When Ragyng Loue With Extreme Payne by Henry Howard
When ragyng loue with extreme payne
Most cruelly distrains my hart:
0.00 0
Joseph Addison poet When Rising from The Bed of Death by Joseph Addison
When rising from the bed of death,
O’erwhelmed with guilt and fear,
5.16 0
Alice Guerin Crist poet When Rody Came To Ironbark by Alice Guerin Crist
When Rody came to Ironbark, there spread a hectic glow
around the little township - a dozen years ago,
0.00 0
Emily Dickinson poet When Roses cease to bloom, Sir by Emily Dickinson
32
When Roses cease to bloom, Sir,
9.00 0
Alfred Austin poet When Runnels Began To Leap And Sing by Alfred Austin
When runnels began to leap and sing,
And daffodil sheaths to blow,
5.70 1
Paul Laurence Dunbar poet When Sam'l Sings by Paul Laurence Dunbar
Hyeah dat singin' in de medders
Whaih de folks is mekin' hay?
5.29 0
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