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Famous PoemPoet
Sunday Morning Stevens, Wallace
In The Back of the Real Ginsberg, Allen
Gawain and the Green Knight Eliot, T S (Thomas Stearns)
Half-And-Half Nye, Naomi Shihab
Colossians 3:16-17 Bible, The
Romans 12:2 Bible, The
EVENING. Anonymous,
LIKE JESUS. Anonymous,
When Malindy Sings Laurence Dunbar, Paul
CANZONE II. Petrarch, Francesco
Feeling Fucked Up Knight, Etheridge
To Beethoven Lanier, Sidney
The Crystal Lanier, Sidney
Round Kees, Weldon
The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam Khayyam, Omar
Now the New Year Khayyam, Omar
Delicatessen Kilmer, Joyce
Gates and Doors Kilmer, Joyce
Stars Kilmer, Joyce
Howl Ginsberg, Allen
In Back Of The Real Ginsberg, Allen
In the Wilderness Graves, Robert
The Shivering Beggar Graves, Robert
from the Ansty Experience Gregory, Rg
An Evening Thought: Salvation by Christ with Penetential Cries Hammon, Jupiter
Middle Passage Hayden, Robert
Lizards And Snakes Hecht, Anthony
At The Smithville Methodist Church Dunn, Stephen
The Rubaiyat Of Omar Khayyam Of Naishapur Fitzgerald, Edward
Emptying Town Flynn, Nick
A Poets Voice XV Gibran, Kahlil
Verses Turned... Betjeman, John
The Twelve Blok, Aleksandr
Medusa Bogan, Louise
The Other Plath, Sylvia
A Better Resurrection Plath, Sylvia
To Tirzah Blake, William
You Dont Believe Blake, William
The Song of Los Blake, William
The Marriage of Heaven and Hell Blake, William
The Everlasting Gospel Blake, William
To The Accuser Who is The God of This World Blake, William
The Birds Blake, William
Part 7 of Trout Fishing in America Brautigan, Richard
The Doubters Prayer Bronte, Anne
Despondency Bronte, Anne
A Hymn Bronte, Anne
Pilates Wifes Dream Bronte, Charlotte
The Missionary Bronte, Charlotte
Decline Bukowski, Charles
Another Day Bukowski, Charles
The Friars Tale Chaucer, Geoffrey
The General Prologue Chaucer, Geoffrey
The Wife of Baths Tale Chaucer, Geoffrey
The Millers Tale Chaucer, Geoffrey
The Man of Laws Tale Chaucer, Geoffrey
The Sompnours Tale Chaucer, Geoffrey
Suzanne Cohen, Leonard
O Lord I Will Praise Thee Cowper, William
Hatred and vengeance my eternal portion Cowper, William
Lines Written During A Period Of Insanity Cowper, William
Hatred of Sin Cowper, William
Walking With God Cowper, William
Jehovah Jesus Cowper, William
Jehovah-Shalom. The Lord Send Peace Cowper, William
Dependence Cowper, William
For the Poor Cowper, William
Lovest Thou Me? Cowper, William
Jesus Hasting to Suffer Cowper, William
Old Testament Gospel Cowper, William
Welcome to the Table Cowper, William
The Happy Change Cowper, William
Pleading for and with Youth Cowper, William
True Pleasures Cowper, William
Not Works Cowper, William
Longing to be with Christ Cowper, William
Seeking the Beloved Cowper, William
On Opening a Place for Social Prayer Cowper, William
To the Name above every Name the Name of Jesus Crashaw, Richard
Power Crowley, Aleister
The Twins Crowley, Aleister
Heritage Cullen, Countee
The Two Sayings Browning, Elizabeth Barrett
The Two Sayings Browning, Elizabeth Barrett
Heretics Tragedy The Browning, Robert
475. Epigram on a Country Laird (Cardoness) Burns, Robert
259. A New Psalm for the Chapel of Kilmarnock Burns, Robert
Do People moulder equally Dickinson, Emily
Jesus! thy Crucifix Dickinson, Emily
I cannot live with You -- Dickinson, Emily
At least -- to pray -- is left -- is left -- Dickinson, Emily
He forgot -- and I -- remembered Dickinson, Emily
Proud of my broken heart since thou didst break it Dickinson, Emily
Dying! Dying in the night! Dickinson, Emily
He preached upon Breadth till it argued him narrow -- Dickinson, Emily
So well that I can live without Dickinson, Emily
He strained my faith Dickinson, Emily
To her derided Home Dickinson, Emily
No ladder needs the bird but skies Dickinson, Emily
Twas Love -- not me Dickinson, Emily