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Famous Appraised Poems by Famous Poets

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

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by Tennyson, Alfred Lord
...rward she started with a happy cry,
And laid the feeble infant in his arms;
Whom Enoch took, and handled all his limbs,
Appraised his weight and fondled fatherlike,
But had no heart to break his purposes
To Annie, till the morrow, when he spoke. 

Then first since Enoch's golden ring had girt
Her finger, Annie fought against his will:
Yet not with brawling opposition she,
But manifold entreaties, many a tear,
Many a sad kiss by day and night renew'd
(Sure that all evil wo...Read More

by Robinson, Edwin Arlington
...thin him the rare seed 
Of learning. We could understand, 
But none of us could lift a hand. 
The man Flammonde appraised the youth, 
And told a few of us the truth; 
And thereby, for a little gold, 
A flowered future was unrolled.

There were two citizens who fought 
For years and years, and over nought; 
They made life awkward for their friends, 
And shortened their own dividends. 
The man Flammonde said what was wrong 
Should be made right; nor was it long ...Read More

by Robinson, Edwin Arlington another place, 
He fitted with an unfamiliar grace
The coffin where I could not see him then 
As I had seen him and appraised him when 
I deemed him unessential to the race. 

For there was more of him than what I saw. 
And there was on me more than the old awe
That is the common genius of the dead. 
I might as well have heard him: “Never mind; 
If some of us were not so far behind, 
The rest of us were not so far ahead.”...Read More

by Tennyson, Alfred Lord
...e took 
A bird's-eye-view of all the ungracious past; 
Glanced at the legendary Amazon 
As emblematic of a nobler age; 
Appraised the Lycian custom, spoke of those 
That lay at wine with Lar and Lucumo; 
Ran down the Persian, Grecian, Roman lines 
Of empire, and the woman's state in each, 
How far from just; till warming with her theme 
She fulmined out her scorn of laws Salique 
And little-footed China, touched on Mahomet 
With much contempt, and came to chivalry: 
When some...Read More

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