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Famous Beautified Poems by Famous Poets

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

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by Drayton, Michael
...Eternal and all-working God, which wast
Before the world, whose frame by Thee was cast,
And beautified with beamful lamps above,
By thy great wisdom set how they should move
To guide the seasons, equally to all,
Which come and go as they do rise and fall.

My mighty Maker, O do thou infuse
Such life and spirit into my labouring Muse,
That I may sing (what but from Noah thou hid'st)
The greatest thing that ever yet thou didst
Since the creation;...Read More

by Robinson, Edwin Arlington
Or if not herrings, why not a split beef? 
Perceive it only in its unalloyed 
Integrity, and you may find in it
A beautified accomplishment no less 
Indigenous than one that appertains 
To gentlemen and ladies eating it. 
The same God planned and made you, beef and human; 
And one, but for His whim, might be the other.”

That’s how he says it, Rembrandt, if you listen; 
He says it, and he goes. And then, sometimes, 
There comes another spirit in his place— 
...Read More

by Carruth, Hayden
We see the curtain of it shifting and folding, hiding us away in

 our little house,
We see earth smoothened and beautified, made like a fantasy, the

 snow-clad trees
So graceful in a dream of peace. In our new bed, which is big

 enough to seem like the north pasture almost
With our two cats, Cooker and Smudgins, lying undisturbed in

 the southeastern and southwestern corners,
We lie loving and warm, looking out from time to time.

 "Snowbound," we say. ...Read More

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