Classical Poems


Poet Poem User Rating Comment Count
Anna Akhmatova poet White Night by Anna Akhmatova
I haven't locked the door,
Nor lit the candles,
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Boris Pasternak poet White Night by Boris Pasternak
I keep thinking of times that are long past,
Of a house in the Petersburg Quarter.
5.60 0
Conrad Potter Aiken poet White Nocturne by Conrad Potter Aiken
The first soft snowflakes hovering down the night,
From one white cloud that hurries beneath the stars,-
0.00 0
Archibald Lampman poet White Pansies by Archibald Lampman
Day and night pass over, rounding,
Star and cloud and sun,
5.40 0
Sydney Wheeler Jephcott poet White Paper by Sydney Wheeler Jephcott
SNOWY-SMOOTH beneath the pen—
Richest field that iron ploughs,
5.25 0
Adelaide Crapsey poet White Rose by Adelaide Crapsey
Not thou,
White rose, but thy
5.50 0
Augusta Davies Webster poet White Rose And Red by Augusta Davies Webster
WHITE rose sighed in the morn,
Red rose laughed in the noon,
5.30 0
Carl Sandburg poet White Shoulders by Carl Sandburg
Your white shoulders
I remember
5.71 0
Sunil Uniyal poet White Storks - A Haiku by Sunil Uniyal
a country lake ~
white storks on a song
5.50 0
Lesbia Harford poet White Sunshine by Lesbia Harford
The sun's my fire.
Golden, from a magnificence of blue,
5.38 0
John Montague poet White Water by John Montague
for Line McKie
The light, tarred skin
10.00 1
Joseph Mary Plunkett poet White Waves On The Water by Joseph Mary Plunkett
White waves on the water,
Gold leaves on the tree,
10.00 0
Robert Laurence Binyon poet Whitechapel High Road by Robert Laurence Binyon
Lusty life her river pours
Along a road of shining shores.
5.50 0
Robert William Service poet White-Collar Spaniard by Robert William Service
We have no heart for civil strife,
Our burdens we prefer to bear;
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Carl Sandburg poet Whitelight by Carl Sandburg
Your whitelight flashes the frost to-night
Moon of the purple and silent west.
5.74 0
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow poet Whither? (From The German Of Müller) by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
I heard a brooklet gushing
From its rocky fountain near,
5.71 0
Sylvia Plath poet Whitsun by Sylvia Plath
This is not what I meant:
Stucco arches, the banked rocks sunning in rows,
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John Keble poet Whitsunday by John Keble
When God of old came down from Heaven,
In power and wrath He came;
5.75 0
George Herbert poet Whitsunday by George Herbert
Listen sweet Dove unto my song,
And spread thy golden wings in me;
5.56 0
Margaret Elizabeth Sangster poet Whittier by Margaret Elizabeth Sangster
HIS fourscore years and five
Are gone, like a tale that is told.
5.50 0
James McIntyre poet Whittier by James McIntyre
5.50 0
Paul Laurence Dunbar poet Whittier by Paul Laurence Dunbar
NOT o'er thy dust let there be spent
The gush of maudlin sentiment;
5.91 0
Sri Aurobindo poet Who by Sri Aurobindo
In the blue of the sky, in the green of the forest,
Whose is the hand that has painted the glow?
9.00 0
Sylvia Plath poet Who by Sylvia Plath
The month of flowering's finished. The fruit's in,
Eaten or rotten. I am all mouth.
0.00 0
Samuel Menashe poet Who by Samuel Menashe
Revives a relic
Liquefies dry blood
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