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Famous Advertise Poems by Famous Poets

These are examples of famous Advertise poems written by some of the greatest and most-well-known modern and classical poets. PoetrySoup is a great educational poetry resource of famous advertise poems. These examples illustrate what a famous advertise poem looks like and its form, scheme, or style (where appropriate).

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by Paterson, Andrew Barton
...r take the rest, 
For those were all my cattle. 
And with one comprehensive curse 
I close my brief narration, 
And advertise it in my verse -- 
`For Sale! A Mountain Station.'...Read more of this...

by Dickinson, Emily
...d knowing—then—


I'm Nobody! Who are you?
Are you—Nobody—Too?
Then there's a pair of us!
Don't tell! they'd advertise—you know!

How dreary—to be—Somebody!
How public—like a Frog—
To tell one's name—the livelong June—
To an admiring Bog!


The Soul selects her own Society—
Then—shuts the Door—
To her divine Majority—
Present no more—

Unmoved—she notes the Chariots—pausing—
At her low Gate—
Unmoved—an Emperor be kneeling
Upon her Mat—

I've ...Read more of this...

by Dickinson, Emily
...I'm nobody! Who are you?
Are you nobody, too?
Then there's a pair of us -- don't tell!
They'd advertise -- you know!

How dreary to be somebody!
How public like a frog
To tell one's name the livelong day
To an admiring bog!...Read more of this...

by Dickinson, Emily
...Lain in Nature -- so suffice us
The enchantless Pod
When we advertise existence
For the missing Seed --

Maddest Heart that God created
Cannot move a sod
Pasted by the simple summer
On the Longed for Dead...Read more of this...

by Trumbull, John
..., while your power can aid their ends,
You ne'er can need ten thousand friends;
But once in want, by foes dismay'd,
May advertise them, stol'n or stray'd.
Thus ere Great-Britain's force grew slack,
She gain'd that aid she did not lack;
But now in dread, imploring pity,
All hear unmoved her dol'rous ditty;
Allegiance wand'ring turns astray,
And Faith grows dim for lack of pay.
In vain she tries, by new inventions,
Fear, falsehood, flatt'ry, threats and pensions;
Or sen...Read more of this...

by Sexton, Anne
...y hypochondrias,
because this errand we're on goes to one store.

That shopkeeper may put up barricades,
and he may advertise cognac and razor blades,
he may let you dally at Nice or the Tuileries,
he may let the state of our bowels have ascendancy,
he may let such as we flaunt our escapades,

swallow down our portion of whisky and dex,
salvage the day with some soup or some sex,
juggle our teabags as we inch down the hall,
let the blood out of our fires with phenobarbita...Read more of this...

by Paterson, Andrew Barton -- 
And yet next morning I give him beans. 
I slate his show from the floats to flies, 
Because the beggar won't advertise. 
And sometimes columns of print appear 
About a mine, and it makes it clear 
That the same is all that one's heart could wish -- 
A dozen ounces to every dish. 
But the reason we print those statements fine 
Is -- the editor's uncle owns the mine." 

The Last Straw 
"A preacher I, and I take my stand 
In pulpit decked with gown and ba...Read more of this...

by Robinson, Edwin Arlington
He may have been a player without a part, 
Annoyed that even the sun should have the skies
For such a flaming way to advertise; 
He may have been a painter sick at heart 
With Nature’s toiling for a new surprise; 
He may have been a cynic, who now, for all 
Of anything divine that his effete
Negation may have tasted, 
Saw truth in his own image, rather small, 
Forbore to fever the ephemeral, 
Found any barren height a good retreat 
From any swarming street,
And in the sun ...Read more of this...

by Lawson, Henry
...all the stories and sketches that he wrote. 

And so his friends held meetings (Oh, narrow souls were theirs!) 
To advertise their little selves and Joseph's own affairs. 
They got up a collection for Joseph unawares. 

They looked up his connections and rivals by the score – 
The wife who had divorced him some twenty years before, 
And several politicians he'd made feel very sore. 

They sent him down to Coolan, a long train ride from here, 
Because of his g...Read more of this...

by Whitman, Walt
A traveler’s lodging and breakfast as I journey through The States—Why should I
 ashamed to own such gifts? Why to advertise for them? 
For I myself am not one who bestows nothing upon man and woman; 
For I bestow upon any man or woman the entrance to all the gifts of the universe. 

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