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Famous People Poems | Examples of Famous People Poetry

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

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Famous PoemPoet
To Find God Herrick, Robert
O Captain! My Captain! Whitman, Walt
Casey At The Bat Thayer, Ernest Lawrence
Paul Reveres Ride Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
The Iliad Homer,
The Lady of Shalott Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Recessional Kipling, Rudyard
Doc Hill Masters, Edgar Lee
The Gallery Marvell, Andrew
Richard Cory Robinson, Edwin Arlington
Million Man March Poem Angelou, Maya
Chance Meetings Aiken, Conrad
A narrow fellow in the grass Dickinson, Emily
Crossing the Water Plath, Sylvia
Epithalamion Spenser, Edmund
from Flying Home Kinnell, Galway
Of Modern Poetry Stevens, Wallace
Disillusionment of Ten o Clock Stevens, Wallace
A SONG OF PEACH-BLOSSOM RIVER Wei, Wang
Morning Express Sassoon, Siegfried
In the waiting Room Bishop, Elizabeth
Talking in Bed Larkin, Philip
The Burglar Of Babylon Bishop, Elizabeth
Cape Breton Bishop, Elizabeth
Manners Bishop, Elizabeth
Roosters Bishop, Elizabeth
The Light Wraps You Neruda, Pablo
For Bartleby The Scrivener Collins, Billy
Nostalgia Collins, Billy
Thesaurus Collins, Billy
Neither Snow Collins, Billy
I Go Back To The House For A Book Collins, Billy
America Creeley, Robert
The Wounded Cupid Herrick, Robert
HIS RETURN TO LONDON Herrick, Robert
Stillborn Plath, Sylvia
The Swarm Plath, Sylvia
The Queens Complaint Plath, Sylvia
Lyonnesse Plath, Sylvia
Totem Plath, Sylvia
Two Views Of A Cadaver Room Plath, Sylvia
Two Campers In Cloud Country Plath, Sylvia
Sheep In Fog Plath, Sylvia
The Bee Meeting Plath, Sylvia
Insomniac Plath, Sylvia
Wuthering Heights Plath, Sylvia
The Thin People Plath, Sylvia
The Last Words Of My English Grandmother Williams, William Carlos (WCW)
from Asphodel That Greeny Flower Williams, William Carlos (WCW)
To A Friend Concerning Several Ladies Williams, William Carlos (WCW)
A Sort Of A Song Williams, William Carlos (WCW)
The House Of Dust: Part 03: 07: Porcelain Aiken, Conrad
The House Of Dust: Part 01: 03: One where the pale sea foamed at the yellow sand Aiken, Conrad
The House Of Dust: Part 02: 06: Adele And Davis Aiken, Conrad
The House Of Dust: Complete (Long) Aiken, Conrad
White Flock Akhmatova, Anna
Requiem Akhmatova, Anna
Twenty-First. Night. Monday Akhmatova, Anna
Lying in me Akhmatova, Anna
Childhood Aldington, Richard
The Poplar Aldington, Richard
Inferno (English) Alighieri, Dante
Inferno Canto03 Alighieri, Dante
Inferno Canto 01 Alighieri, Dante
The Touchstone Allingham, William
My Child Wafts Peace Amichai, Yehuda
You Mustnt Show Weakness Amichai, Yehuda
Of Three Or Four In The Room Amichai, Yehuda
Try To Remember Some Details Amichai, Yehuda
Half The People In The World Amichai, Yehuda
Ein Yahav Amichai, Yehuda
Strayed Reveller The Arnold, Matthew
The Strayed Reveller Arnold, Matthew
Mycerinus Arnold, Matthew
Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse Arnold, Matthew
Into the Dusk-Charged Air Ashbery, John
My Philosophy of Life Ashbery, John
Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror Ashbery, John
Syringa Ashbery, John
Daffy Duck In Hollywood Ashbery, John
When Winchester races Austen, Jane
Dickinson Poems by Number Dickinson, Emily
Do People moulder equally Dickinson, Emily
Funny -- to be a Century Dickinson, Emily
Sweet -- safe -- Houses Dickinson, Emily
The Flower must not blame the Bee Dickinson, Emily
Sleep is supposed to be Dickinson, Emily
The Bee is not afraid of me. Dickinson, Emily
Where I have lost I softer tread Dickinson, Emily
How lonesome the Wind must feel Nights -- Dickinson, Emily
I went to Heaven Dickinson, Emily
The feet of people walking home Dickinson, Emily
A Field of Stubble lying sere Dickinson, Emily
When I count the seeds Dickinson, Emily
I cried at Pity -- not at Pain -- Dickinson, Emily
We do not play on Graves Dickinson, Emily
I know of people in the Grave Dickinson, Emily
Her sovereign People Dickinson, Emily
Nature -- sometimes sears a Sapling Dickinson, Emily
There is a morn by men unseen Dickinson, Emily