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Famous Write Poems | Examples of Famous Write Poetry

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

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Famous PoemPoet
Still I Rise Angelou, Maya
I Write My Mother a Poem Brown, Fleda
His Excuse for Loving Jonson, Ben
To the Memory of Mr. Oldham Dryden, John
Going to him! Happy letter! Dickinson, Emily
Epithalamion Spenser, Edmund
Reeds of Innocence Blake, William
The Recollection Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Bacchus Emerson, Ralph Waldo
The Deserted Garden Browning, Elizabeth Barrett
One Art Bishop, Elizabeth
Song Donne, John
Hellas Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Astrophel and Stella Sidney, Sir Philip
The Witch Of Atlas Shelley, Percy Bysshe
One Inch Tall Silverstein, Shel
The Toucan Silverstein, Shel
Fifteen, Maybe Sixteen Things to Worry About Viorst, Judith
When I read the Book. Whitman, Walt
Thought. Whitman, Walt
As I Sat Alone by Blue Ontario’s Shores. Whitman, Walt
Proud Music of The Storm. Whitman, Walt
Starting from Paumanok. Whitman, Walt
Behavior. Whitman, Walt
Poets to Come. Whitman, Walt
Trickle Drops. Whitman, Walt
Pensive and Faltering. Whitman, Walt
Pensive and Faltering. Whitman, Walt
Pensive and Faltering. Whitman, Walt
Scented Herbage of My Breast. Whitman, Walt
Introduction to the Songs of Innocence Blake, William
Piping Down the Valleys Wild Blake, William
If It Is True What the Prophets Write Blake, William
Songs Of Innocence: Introduction Blake, William
The Everlasting Gospel Blake, William
The Grey Monk Blake, William
The Grey Monk (Excerpts) Blake, William
To Thomas Butts Blake, William
The Fisherman Yeats, William Butler
Easter 1916 Yeats, William Butler
To Ireland In The Coming Times Yeats, William Butler
The Old Age Of Queen Maeve Yeats, William Butler
Ego Dominus Tuus Yeats, William Butler
The Shadowy Waters: Introductory Lines Yeats, William Butler
Weekend Glory Angelou, Maya
The Call Brooke, Rupert
The Great Lover Brooke, Rupert
Initial Love Emerson, Ralph Waldo
The Forerunners Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Astræ Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Threnody Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Threnody Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Some time Field, Eugene
Mr. Dana of the New York Sun Field, Eugene
For Saundra Giovanni, Nikki
The Cambaroora Star Lawson, Henry
Queen Hilda of Virland Lawson, Henry
Said Grenfell to my Spirit Lawson, Henry
Australian Engineers Lawson, Henry
The Man Who Raised Charlestown Lawson, Henry
The Never-Never Country Lawson, Henry
Every Man Should have a Rifle Lawson, Henry
To An Old Mate Lawson, Henry
From the Bush Lawson, Henry
Eureka Lawson, Henry
The Tragedy Lawson, Henry
Faces In The Street Lawson, Henry
Child Margaret Sandburg, Carl
Bilbea Sandburg, Carl
Chamfort Sandburg, Carl
Corn Hut Talk Sandburg, Carl
Horse Fiddle Sandburg, Carl
Horses and Men in Rain Sandburg, Carl
Mohammed Bek Hadjetlache Sandburg, Carl
Portrait Sandburg, Carl
Purple Martins Sandburg, Carl
River Moons Sandburg, Carl
Sandpipers Sandburg, Carl
Smoke and Steel Sandburg, Carl
Yes the Dead Speak to Us Sandburg, Carl
The Truth of Woman Scott, Sir Walter
Sonnet XXXVIII Shakespeare, William
Sonnet 86: Was it the proud full sail of his great verse Shakespeare, William
Sonnet 21: So is it not with me as with that muse Shakespeare, William
Sonnet 80: O how I faint when I of you do write Shakespeare, William
Sonnet XXXVIII: How Can My Muse Want Subject to Invent Shakespeare, William
Sonnet XVII Shakespeare, William
Sonnet CXXXIV Shakespeare, William
Sonnet LXXXV Shakespeare, William
Sonnet LXXXVI Shakespeare, William
Sonnet LXXX Shakespeare, William
Sonnet 76: Why is my verse so barren of new pride? Shakespeare, William
Sonnet 17: Who will believe my verse in time to come Shakespeare, William
Sonnet 38: How can my Muse want subject to invent Shakespeare, William
Sonnet 103: Alack what poverty my Muse brings forth Shakespeare, William
Sonnet XXI Shakespeare, William
Sonnet LXXVI Shakespeare, William
Sonnet 85: My tongue-tied Muse in manners holds her still Shakespeare, William
Sonnet CIII Shakespeare, William
Sonnet 134: So now I have confessed that he is thine Shakespeare, William