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Famous Alow Poems by Famous Poets

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

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by Hugo, Victor
...where lolls the languid lizard; 
 Brine-bubbling brooks where fishes stream 
 Past caves fit for an ocean wizard. 
 Alow, aloft, no lull—all life, 
 But far aside its whirls are keeping, 
 As wishfully to let its strife 
 Spare still the mother vainly weeping 
 O'er baby, lost not long, a-sleeping. 


 




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by Paterson, Andrew Barton
...Estate." 

Bur Jones says, "The will isn't clear in its terms, 
I fear it will need some debate, 
And the law won't alow me (attorneys are worms) 
To appear in Gilhooley's Estate." 

So a barrister-man, with a wig on his head 
And a brief in his hand, quite elate, 
Went up to the Court where they bury the dead, 
Just to move in Gilhooley's Estate." 

But his Honour the Judge said, "I think that the joint 
Legatees must be called to probate -- 
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by Chatterton, Thomas
...ng with desire, 
Bore the soft maid from brother, sister, sire. 
Pining with sorrow, Nica faded, died, 
Like a fair alow, in its morning pride. 
This brought the warrior to the bloody mead, 
And sent to young Rorest the threat'ning reed. 
He drew his army forth: Oh, need I tell! 
That Nicou conquer'd, and the lover fell; 
His breathless army mantled all the plain; 
And Death sat smiling on the heaps of slain. 
The battle ended, with his reeking dart, 
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by Morris, William
...r few things from the Gods are hidden, and the hearts of men they know,
And how that none rejoiceth to quail and crouch alow.

"I have spoken the words, belov{`e}d, to thy matchless glory and worth;
But thy heart to my heart hath been speaking, though my tongue hath set it forth:
For I am she that loveth, and I know what thou wouldst teach
From the heart of thine unlearned wisdom, and I needs must speak thy speech."

Then words were weary and silent, but oft and o'er ...Read More

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