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Famous Lost Poems | Examples of Famous Lost Poetry

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

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Famous PoemPoet
The Raven Poe, Edgar Allan
How Do I Love Thee? Browning, Elizabeth Barrett
Burning Drift-Wood Whittier, John Greenleaf
The Iliad Homer,
Ichabod! Whittier, John Greenleaf
The Fire of Drift-Wood Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
On the Pulse of Morning Angelou, Maya
On the Welch Language Philips, Katherine
The Problem Emerson, Ralph Waldo
I Am Not Yours Teasdale, Sara
Along the Hard Crust... Akhmatova, Anna
My Lost Youth Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
A Forest Hymn Bryant, William Cullen
Summer Night Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Fancy Keats, John
Hymn to the Spirit of Nature Shelley, Percy Bysshe
A Supermarket in California Ginsberg, Allen
One Art Bishop, Elizabeth
The Fish Bishop, Elizabeth
A Forest Hymn Bryant, William Cullen
Lochinvar Scott, Sir Walter
The Past Bryant, William Cullen
The Snow-Shower Bryant, William Cullen
Little Sleeps-Head Sprouting Hair in the Moonlight Kinnell, Galway
Thanatopsis Bryant, William Cullen
To a Waterfowl Bryant, William Cullen
Astrophel and Stella Sidney, Sir Philip
The Explosion Larkin, Philip
The Lovers of the Poor Brooks, Gwendolyn
A Sunset of the City Brooks, Gwendolyn
Now God Be Thanked Who Has Matched Us With His Hour Brooke, Rupert
I. Peace Brooke, Rupert
II. Safety Brooke, Rupert
Peace Brooke, Rupert
He Wonders Whether to Praise or Blame Her Brooke, Rupert
1914 I: Peace Brooke, Rupert
Thoughts On The Shape Of The Human Body Brooke, Rupert
Safety Brooke, Rupert
The Song of the Pilgrims Brooke, Rupert
Tiare Tahiti Brooke, Rupert
The Night Journey Brooke, Rupert
1914 II: Safety Brooke, Rupert
Dust Brooke, Rupert
Hauntings Brooke, Rupert
Choriambics -- II Brooke, Rupert
The Rock Cries Out to Us Today Angelou, Maya
Inaugural Poem Angelou, Maya
Except the Heaven had come so near Dickinson, Emily
I know a place where Summer strives Dickinson, Emily
You cannot make Remembrance grow Dickinson, Emily
Just lost when I was saved! Dickinson, Emily
One of the ones that Midas touched Dickinson, Emily
Twas such a little -- little boat Dickinson, Emily
Twas like a Maelstrom with a notch Dickinson, Emily
Tis Opposites -- entice Dickinson, Emily
Where I have lost I softer tread Dickinson, Emily
Witchcraft was hung in History Dickinson, Emily
We should not mind so small a flower Dickinson, Emily
It struck me -- every Day Dickinson, Emily
If those I loved were lost Dickinson, Emily
It sifts from Leaden Sieves Dickinson, Emily
I never lost as much but twice Dickinson, Emily
Going to Heaven! Dickinson, Emily
I cannot live with You -- Dickinson, Emily
I had a guinea golden Dickinson, Emily
What is -- Paradise Dickinson, Emily
Except to Heaven she is nought. Dickinson, Emily
We dont cry -- Tim and I Dickinson, Emily
A Door just opened on a street -- Dickinson, Emily
Expanse cannot be lost -- Dickinson, Emily
Dickinson Poems by Number Dickinson, Emily
227. Verses on Friars’ Carse Hermitage (First Version) Burns, Robert
507. Song—Bonie Peg-a-Ramsay Burns, Robert
131. Song—Willie Chalmers Burns, Robert
460. Song—The Lovely Lass o’ Inverness Burns, Robert
83. The Cotter’s Saturday Night Burns, Robert
287. Song—The Battle of Sherramuir Burns, Robert
307. Elegy on Captain Matthew Henderson Burns, Robert
104. The Lament Burns, Robert
171. Burlesque Lament fo Wm. Creech’s Absence Burns, Robert
126. Lines written on a Bank-note Burns, Robert
136. Prayer—O Thou Dread Power Burns, Robert
241. Written in Friars’ Carse Hermitage (Second Version) Burns, Robert
425. Song—Had I a cave Burns, Robert
88. The Author’s Earnest Cry and Prayer Burns, Robert
28. Poor Mailie’s Elegy Burns, Robert
408. Commemoration of Rodney’s Victory Burns, Robert
180. Written by Somebody on the Window of an Inn at Stirling Burns, Robert
351. Second Epistle to Robert Graham Esq. of Fintry Burns, Robert
203. Sylvander to Clarinda Burns, Robert
551. Ballad on Mr. Heron’s Election—No. 4 Burns, Robert
91. The Vision Burns, Robert
39. Ballad on the American War Burns, Robert
80. The Jolly Beggars: A Cantata Burns, Robert
Lament For Culloden Burns, Robert
133. The Brigs of Ayr Burns, Robert
75. Halloween Burns, Robert
234. A Mother’s Lament for her Son’s Death Burns, Robert
112. A Dream Burns, Robert