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Famous Beauty Poems | Examples of Famous Beauty Poetry

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

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Famous PoemPoet
When You are Old Yeats, William Butler
His Excuse for Loving Jonson, Ben
She Walks in Beauty Byron, George (Lord)
Cradle Song Blake, William
Man Herbert, George
The Iliad Homer,
Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms Moore, Thomas
Pied Beauty Hopkins, Gerard Manley
To His Coy Mistress Marvell, Andrew
Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey Wordsworth, William
Ode on a Grecian Urn Keats, John
The Prologue Bradstreet, Anne
On the Welch Language Philips, Katherine
A Farewell to False Love Raleigh, Sir Walter
To Helen Poe, Edgar Allan
The Problem Emerson, Ralph Waldo
And As Its Going... Akhmatova, Anna
The Day is Done Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
Israfel Poe, Edgar Allan
Epithalamion Spenser, Edmund
Wild Orphan Ginsberg, Allen
My Lost Youth Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
O sweet spontaneous Cummings, Edward Estlin (E E)
Sunday Morning Stevens, Wallace
Ode to a Nightingale Keats, John
Ode on Melancholy Keats, John
A Forest Hymn Bryant, William Cullen
The Rhodora - On Being Asked Whence Is the Flower Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Sunflower Sutra Ginsberg, Allen
Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird Stevens, Wallace
At the Fishhouses Bishop, Elizabeth
Uriel Emerson, Ralph Waldo
There be none of Beautys daughters Byron, George (Lord)
Elegy Byron, George (Lord)
A Forest Hymn Bryant, William Cullen
The Past Bryant, William Cullen
An Elegy ,
June Bryant, William Cullen
The Death of the Flowers Bryant, William Cullen
The Triumph ,
Thanatopsis Bryant, William Cullen
On Elizabeth L. H. ,
Astrophel and Stella Sidney, Sir Philip
Guinevere Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Princess (part 1) Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Geraint And Enid Tennyson, Alfred Lord
O Beauty Passing Beauty! Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Last Tournament Tennyson, Alfred Lord
To E. Fitzgerald: Tiresias Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Grandmother Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Tithonus Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Mariana In The South Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Princess (part 2) Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Lucretius Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Idylls of the King: The Last Tournament (excerpt) Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Alfred Lord Tennyson - The Coming Of Arthur Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Princess: A Medley: O Swallow Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Princess (part 3) Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Princess (part 4) Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Princess (part 7) Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Princess (part 5) Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Pelleas And Ettarre Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Marriage Of Geraint Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Northern Farmer: New Style Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Pink -- small -- and punctual -- Dickinson, Emily
The Bird her punctual music brings Dickinson, Emily
The Frost of Death was on the Pane -- Dickinson, Emily
Fitter to see Him I may be Dickinson, Emily
Must be a Woe -- Dickinson, Emily
Beauty crowds me till I die Dickinson, Emily
Estranged from Beauty -- none can be -- Dickinson, Emily
To tell the Beauty would decrease Dickinson, Emily
So gay a Flower Dickinson, Emily
I died for Beauty -- but was scarce Dickinson, Emily
The earth has many keys Dickinson, Emily
The Definition of Beauty is Dickinson, Emily
Beauty -- be not caused -- It Is -- Dickinson, Emily
But little Carmine hath her face -- Dickinson, Emily
470. Song—She says she loes me best of a’ Burns, Robert
539. Song—O that’s the lassie o’ my heart Burns, Robert
277. Song—My Eppie Adair Burns, Robert
312. Elegy on the late Miss Burnet of Monboddo Burns, Robert
428. Song—Phillis the Queen o’ the fair Burns, Robert
262. Delia: An Ode Burns, Robert
550. Song—A Lass wi’ a Tocher Burns, Robert
338. Song—My Tocher’s the Jewel Burns, Robert
237. Song—It is na Jean thy Bonie Face Burns, Robert
12. Song—The Lass of Cessnock Banks Burns, Robert
322. Song—The Bonie Wee Thing Burns, Robert
418. Song—O were my love you lilac fair Burns, Robert
173. Elegy on Stella Burns, Robert
427. Song—Whistle and I’ll come to you Burns, Robert
18. The First Six Verses of the Ninetieth Psalm versified Burns, Robert
88. The Author’s Earnest Cry and Prayer Burns, Robert
73. Song—Farewell to Ballochmyle Burns, Robert
275. Song—The Laddie’s dear sel’ Burns, Robert
230. The Fête Champêtre Burns, Robert
157. Prologue spoken by Mr. Woods at Edinburgh Burns, Robert