Classical Poems

Title Poet
Wisdom of Hafiz: the Philosopher Takes to Racing
My son, if you go to the races to battle with Ikey and Mo,
Remember, it's seldom the pigeon can pick out the eye of the crow;
Banjo Paterson poet by Banjo Paterson
on 4/14/2014
Wiring Home
Lest the wolves loose their whistles
and shopkeepers inquire,
Rita Dove poet by Rita Dove
on 10/21/2013
Man's highest blessedness,
In wisdom chiefly stands;
Sophocles poet by Sophocles
on 9/24/2012
Wisdom after Victory
Now comes to an end all our dolorous drifting;
Clouds pass away and depression is lifting.
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis poet by Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
on 8/30/2012
It is a sinking
into sand; marram grass
Edwin Brock poet by Edwin Brock
on 5/10/2011
Wisdom immortal from immortal Jove
Shadows more beauty with her virgin brows
George Frederick Cameron poet by George Frederick Cameron
on 10/5/2010
Wirastrua, wirastrua, woe to me that you are dead!
The corpse has spoken from out his bed.
Dora Sigerson Shorter poet by Dora Sigerson Shorter
on 9/29/2010
I'd like to show your eyes the plains
And a forest green and ruddy,
Henri de Regnier poet by Henri de Regnier
on 9/7/2010
There are some things in life are very poor,
And some unpriceable: our wisdom is
Robert Crawford poet by Robert Crawford
on 4/21/2010
An apple orchard smells like wine;
A succory flower is blue;
Lizette Woodworth Reese poet by Lizette Woodworth Reese
on 4/21/2010
Love wine and beauty and the spring,
While wine is red and spring is here,
Ernest Christopher Dowson poet by Ernest Christopher Dowson
on 4/19/2010
Now to those who search the deep,
Gleam of Hope
Alfred Noyes poet by Alfred Noyes
on 4/6/2010
Wisdom and War
We do not care-
That much is clear.
Langston Hughes poet by Langston Hughes
on 3/27/2010
what is your wish
think about it and
david bailey poet by david bailey
on 3/14/2008
Wisdom of Hafiz: the Philosopher Takes to Racing
My son, if you go to the races to battle with Ikey and Mo,
Remember, it's seldom the pigeon can pick out the eye of the crow;
Andrew Barton Paterson poet by Andrew Barton Paterson
on 1/1/2004
Wisdom And Prudence
Wouldst thou, my friend, mount up to the highest summit of wisdom,
Be not deterred by the fear, prudence thy course may deride
Friedrich Schiller poet by Friedrich Schiller
on 1/1/2004
This I say, and this I know:
Love has seen the last of me.
Dorothy Parker poet by Dorothy Parker
on 1/13/2003
The star in my
Hand is falling
William Stanley Merwin poet by William Stanley Merwin
on 1/13/2003
(Proverbs, viii. 22-31)
"Ere God had built the mountains,
William Cowper poet by William Cowper
on 1/3/2003
The widest prairies have electric fences,
For though old cattle know they must not stray
Philip Larkin poet by Philip Larkin
on 1/3/2003
Late lies the wintry sun a-bed,
A frosty, fiery sleepy-head;
Robert Louis Stevenson poet by Robert Louis Stevenson
on 1/3/2003
When Wisdom tells me that the world’s a speck
Lost on the shoreless blue of God’s To-Day...
Siegfried Sassoon poet by Siegfried Sassoon
on 1/3/2003
When I have ceased to break my wings
Against the faultiness of things,
Sara Teasdale poet by Sara Teasdale
on 1/3/2003
THE true faith discovered was
When painted panel, statuary.
William Butler Yeats poet by William Butler Yeats
on 5/17/2001
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