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Famous Annually Poems by Famous Poets

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

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by Brackenridge, Hugh Henry
...of trade, 
Like shady forests rising on the waves. 
From Europe's shores or from the Caribbees, 
Homeward returning annually they bring 
The richest produce of the various climes. 
And Philadelphia mistress of our world, 
The seat of arts, of science, and of fame 
Derives her grandeur from the pow'r of trade. 
Hail happy city where the muses stray, 
Where deep philosophy convenes her sons 
And opens all her secrets to their view! 
Bids them ascend with Newton to t...Read More

by Murray, Les
at this far southern foot of the monsoon.
As the kleenex flower, the hibiscus
drops its browning wads, we forget
annually, as one forgets a sickness.
The stifling days will never come again,
not now that we've seen the first sweater
tugged down on the beauties of division
and inside the rain's millions, a risen
loaf of cat on a cool night verandah....Read More

by Larkin, Philip
So long, but found I wasn't even clear
Which side was which. From where those cycle-crates
Were standing, had we annually departed

For all those family hols? . . . A whistle went:
Things moved. I sat back, staring at my boots.
'Was that,' my friend smiled, 'where you "have your roots"?'
No, only where my childhood was unspent,
I wanted to retort, just where I started:

By now I've got the whole place clearly charted.
Our garden, first: where I ...Read More

by Moore, Thomas
...above expenditure, which were to reduce the interest of the national debt by the amount of four hundred thousand pounds annually? Where, indeed, is the Sinking Fund itself?" - The Times] 

Take your bell, take your bell,
Good Crier, and tell
To the Bulls and the Bears, till their ears are stunn'd,
That, lost or stolen,
Or fall'n through a hole in
The Treasury floor, is the Sinking Fund!

O yes! O yes!
Can anybody guess
What the deuce has become of this Treasury wonder?
It has...Read More

by Nash, Ogden
...only intelligent way to start your career is to accept a sitting
position paying at least twenty-five thousand dollars annually....Read More

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