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Famous Color Poems | Examples of Famous Color Poetry

These are examples of famous Color poems written by famous poets. PoetrySoup is a great resource of famous Color poems about Color. These examples illustrate what famous Color poems looks like and its form.

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Famous PoemPoet
Pied Beauty Hopkins, Gerard Manley
A light exists in spring Dickinson, Emily
Heaven is what I cannot reach! Dickinson, Emily
Berck-Plage Plath, Sylvia
Domination of Black Stevens, Wallace
The Humble-Bee Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Looking Across the Fields and Watching the Birds Fly Stevens, Wallace
We continue Merwin, W S
The Bench-Legged Fyce Field, Eugene
A Green Crabs Shell Doty, Mark
Severer Service of myself Dickinson, Emily
Fog Clampitt, Amy
The house where I was born (04) Bonnefoy, Yves
The house where I was born (10) Bonnefoy, Yves
All Distance Belieu, Erin
The White Peacock Benet, Stephen Vincent
Young Blood Benet, Stephen Vincent
Sabbaths 2001 Berry, Wendell
The General Public Benet, Stephen Vincent
Winter solitude Basho, Matsuo
Remorse For Any Death Borges, Jorge Luis
Strayed Crab Bishop, Elizabeth
Giant Toad Bishop, Elizabeth
The End Of March Bishop, Elizabeth
Filling Station Bishop, Elizabeth
The Bight Bishop, Elizabeth
The House Of Dust: Part 03: 10: Letter Aiken, Conrad
Improvisations: Light And Snow Aiken, Conrad
The House Of Dust: Part 02: 02: The Fulfilled Dream Aiken, Conrad
Paradiso (Italian) Alighieri, Dante
Inferno (Italian) Alighieri, Dante
Purgatorio (Italian) Alighieri, Dante
Farm Implements and Rutabagas in a Landscape Ashbery, John
Freedom Jackson, Helen Hunt
Let It Enfold You Bukowski, Charles
from Asphodel That Greeny Flower Williams, William Carlos (WCW)
A Celebration Williams, William Carlos (WCW)
The Widows Lament In Springtime Williams, William Carlos (WCW)
Heaven -- is what I cannot reach! Dickinson, Emily
An ignorance a Sunset Dickinson, Emily
The discreet collector Field, Eugene
The Alligator Bride Hall, Donald
Oh Who Is That Young Sinner Housman, A E
The Woman At The Washington Zoo Jarrell, Randall
The Purse-Seine Jeffers, Robinson
Love The Wild Swan Jeffers, Robinson
The Broken Balance Jeffers, Robinson
Now Returned Home Jeffers, Robinson
To A Young Artist Jeffers, Robinson
Meditation On Saviors Jeffers, Robinson
The Bonfire Frost, Robert
The Freedom of the Moon Frost, Robert
Atmosphere Frost, Robert
Blue-Butterfly Day Frost, Robert
The Investment Frost, Robert
The Color of a Queen is this -- Dickinson, Emily
My Rival Kipling, Rudyard
Lady Love Eluard, Paul
I Dont Feel At Home Where I Am Derieva, Regina
The Moon is a Painter Lindsay, Vachel
Muerte De Anto?ito El Camborio García Lorca, Federico
Arbol? Arbol? . . . García Lorca, Federico
Ditty of First Desire García Lorca, Federico
Sonnets 04: Only Until This Cigarette Is Ended St Vincent Millay, Edna
They Were Welcome To Their Belief Frost, Robert
Rose Pogonias Frost, Robert
Who Said It Was Simple Lorde, Audre
Motel Seedy Lux, Thomas
Daffy Duck In Hollywood Ashbery, John
Wittgensteins Ladder Lehman, David
The Citys Love McKay, Claude
To O.E.A. McKay, Claude
Gathering Leaves Frost, Robert
Two Tramps In Mud Time Frost, Robert
A Childs Christmas In Wales Thomas, Dylan
The Earth Falls Down Sexton, Anne
The Break Away Sexton, Anne
The Bells Sexton, Anne
Morning Poem #43 Phipps, Wanda
The Death Baby Sexton, Anne
The Wifebeater Sexton, Anne
I Remember Sexton, Anne
Live Sexton, Anne
Hurry Up Please Its Time Sexton, Anne
The Addict Sexton, Anne
The Height of Land Scott, Duncan Campbell
I WILL NOT EAT MY POEM Rothenberg, Jerome
St. Roach Rukeyser, Muriel
On Prayer Milosz, Czeslaw
Study Of Loneliness Milosz, Czeslaw
A Hall Milosz, Czeslaw
Artificer Milosz, Czeslaw
Bert Kessler Masters, Edgar Lee
Dire Cure Matthews, William
Is White a Color? Matthew, John
Ode To Tomatoes Neruda, Pablo