Classical Poems

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Katherine Mansfield poet Waves by Katherine Mansfield
I saw a tiny God
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Ralph Waldo Emerson poet Waves by Ralph Waldo Emerson
ALL day the waves assailed the rock,
I heard no church-bell chime;
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Madison Julius Cawein poet Waves by Madison Julius Cawein
I saw the daughters of the ocean dance
With wind and tide, and heard them on the rocks:
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Emily Pauline Johnson poet Wave-Won by Emily Pauline Johnson
To-night I hunger so,
Beloved one, to know
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Shel Silverstein poet Wavy by Shel Silverstein
I thought that I had wavy hair
Until I shaved. Instead,
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Robert Francis poet Waxwings by Robert Francis
Four Tao philosophers as cedar waxwings
chat on a February berry bush
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Rupert Brooke poet Way That Lovers Use, The by Rupert Brooke
The way that lovers use is this;
They bow, catch hands, with never a word,
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Yuyutsu Sharma poet Way To Helambu by Yuyutsu Sharma
On the way to Helambu
tall columns
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Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts poet Wayfarer Of Earth by Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
Up, heart of mine,
Thou wayfarer of Earth!
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Rupert Brooke poet Wayfarers, The by Rupert Brooke
Is it the hour? We leave this resting-place
Made fair by one another for a while.
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Lionel Pigot Johnson poet Ways Of War by Lionel Pigot Johnson
A TERRIBLE and splendid trust,
Heartens the host of Innisfail;
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George Ade poet Wayside Ambition by George Ade
I want to be a brakeman,
Dog gone!
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William Allingham poet Wayside Flowers by William Allingham
Pluck not the wayside flower,
It is the traveller's dower;
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Archibald MacLeish poet Way-Station by Archibald MacLeish
The incoherent rushing of the train
Dulls like a drugged pain
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Narsinh Mehta poet Wayward Progeny Of A Lewd Whore by Narsinh Mehta
Wayward progeny of a lewd whore,
What teaching will bring you to your senses?
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Katharine Lee Bates poet Waywise by Katharine Lee Bates
THE darkest wood that the north-wind stings
Hath its balsamum and its silverlings,
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Charles Bukowski poet We Ain'T Got No Money, Honey, But We Got Rain by Charles Bukowski
call it the greenhouse effect or whatever
but it just doesn't rain like it used to.
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Rudyard Kipling poet We And They by Rudyard Kipling
Father and Mother, and Me,
Sister and Auntie say
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Nizar Qabbani poet We Are Accused Of Terrorism by Nizar Qabbani
We are accused of terrorism
If we dare to write about the remains of a homeland
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Fyodor Sologub poet We Are All Captured Beasts by Fyodor Sologub
We are all captured beasts,
And we howl - as we might.
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Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi poet We Are As The Flute by Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
We are as the flute, and the music in us is from thee;
we are as the mountain and the echo in us is from thee.
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William Cosmo Monkhouse poet We Are Children by William Cosmo Monkhouse
CHILDREN indeed are we—children that wait
Within a wondrous dwelling, while on high
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Henry Clay Work poet We Are Coming, Sister Mary by Henry Clay Work
On a stormy night in winter,
When the winds blew cold and wet,
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Thomas Hardy poet We Are Getting To The End by Thomas Hardy
We are getting to the end of visioning
The impossible within this universe,
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Narsinh Mehta poet We Are Like That by Narsinh Mehta
We are like that-yes we are like what you say!
Call us depraved by love, we will still serve our loved Damodar.
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