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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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Pied Beauty Hopkins, Gerard Manley Color
A light exists in spring Dickinson, Emily Color
Heaven is what I cannot reach! Dickinson, Emily Color
Berck-Plage Plath, Sylvia Color
Domination of Black Stevens, Wallace Color
The Humble-Bee Emerson, Ralph Waldo Color
Looking Across the Fields and Watching the Birds Fly Stevens, Wallace Color
Cloud Cisneros, Sandra Color
Monadnoc Emerson, Ralph Waldo Color
Merlin Emerson, Ralph Waldo Color
Merlin II Emerson, Ralph Waldo Color
The Bench-Legged Fyce Field, Eugene Color
The discreet collector Field, Eugene Color
Seein things Field, Eugene Color
Muerte De Anto?ito El Camborio García Lorca, Federico Color
Arbol? Arbol? . . . García Lorca, Federico Color
Ditty of First Desire García Lorca, Federico Color
Graceland Sandburg, Carl Color
Haze Sandburg, Carl Color
Last Answers Sandburg, Carl Color
Pennsylvania Sandburg, Carl Color
On A Dead Violet Shelley, Percy Bysshe Color
Rosalind and Helen: a Modern Eclogue Shelley, Percy Bysshe Color
Poem of Joys. Whitman, Walt Color
Crossing Brooklyn Ferry. Whitman, Walt Color
Sleepers The. Whitman, Walt Color
Great are the Myths. Whitman, Walt Color
Roots and Leaves Themselves Alone. Whitman, Walt Color
Song of the Exposition. Whitman, Walt Color
From Far Dakota’s Cañons. Whitman, Walt Color
Severer Service of myself Dickinson, Emily Color
Heaven -- is what I cannot reach! Dickinson, Emily Color
An ignorance a Sunset Dickinson, Emily Color
The Color of a Queen is this -- Dickinson, Emily Color
Color -- Caste -- Denomination -- Dickinson, Emily Color
Dare you see a Soul at the White Heat? Dickinson, Emily Color
Summer begins to have the look Dickinson, Emily Color
Judgment is justest Dickinson, Emily Color
The Tint I cannot take -- is best -- Dickinson, Emily Color
The Color of the Grave is Green Dickinson, Emily Color
The Dying need but little Dear Dickinson, Emily Color
Precious to Me -- She still shall be -- Dickinson, Emily Color
Al Aaraaf Poe, Edgar Allan Color
The Bonfire Frost, Robert Color
The Freedom of the Moon Frost, Robert Color
Atmosphere Frost, Robert Color
Blue-Butterfly Day Frost, Robert Color
The Investment Frost, Robert Color
They Were Welcome To Their Belief Frost, Robert Color
Rose Pogonias Frost, Robert Color
Gathering Leaves Frost, Robert Color
Two Tramps In Mud Time Frost, Robert Color
My Rival Kipling, Rudyard Color
For A Gentleman Who Kissinge His Friend At His Departure Left A Signe Of Blood On Her Strode, William Color
Crossroads Sutphen, Joyce Color
A Childs Christmas In Wales Thomas, Dylan Color
People Toomer, Jean Color
After Us Wanek, Connie Color
A Hole In The Floor Wilbur, Richard Color
A Ramble in St. Jamess Park Wilmot, John Color
How We Are Zaran, Lisa Color
The Wonderer Service, Robert William Color
The Three Tommies Service, Robert William Color
Bert Kessler Masters, Edgar Lee Color
Ben Jonson Entertains a Man from Stratford Robinson, Edwin Arlington Color
Rembrandt to Rembrandt Robinson, Edwin Arlington Color
Llewellyn and the Tree Robinson, Edwin Arlington Color
Custer Wilcox, Ella Wheeler Color
The Veiled Statue At Sais Schiller, Friedrich von Color
The Complaint of Lisa Swinburne, Algernon Charles Color
Flood-Tide of Flowers Dyke, Henry Van Color
Oh Who Is That Young Sinner Housman, A E Color
Sonnet VII: When Nature Sidney, Sir Philip Color
Freedom Jackson, Helen Hunt Color
A Calendar of Sonnets: August Jackson, Helen Hunt Color
The White Peacock Benet, Stephen Vincent Color
Young Blood Benet, Stephen Vincent Color
The General Public Benet, Stephen Vincent Color
We continue Merwin, W S Color
The Height of Land Scott, Duncan Campbell Color
Remorse For Any Death Borges, Jorge Luis Color
Conrad in Twilight Ransom, John Crowe Color
All Distance Belieu, Erin Color
Sonnets 04: Only Until This Cigarette Is Ended St Vincent Millay, Edna Color
She is Overheard Singing St Vincent Millay, Edna Color
SONNET LXVI. Petrarch, Francesco Color
Eleanor Wilner Wilner, Eleanor Color
Ono no Komachi Hyakunin Isshu, Ogura Color
Contusion Plath, Sylvia Color
Pollys Tree Plath, Sylvia Color
Tale Of A Tub Plath, Sylvia Color
Letter In November Plath, Sylvia Color
Southern Sunrise Plath, Sylvia Color
Three Women Plath, Sylvia Color
Vanity Fair Plath, Sylvia Color
Wuthering Heights Plath, Sylvia Color
The Thin People Plath, Sylvia Color
Child Plath, Sylvia Color