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Famous Bl Poems by Famous Poets

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

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by Hopkins, Gerard Manley
...Denis, whose motionable, alert, most vaulting wit 
Caps occasion with an intellectual fit. 
Yet Arthur is a Bowman: his three-heeled timber ’ll hit 
The bald and b?ld bl?nking gold when ?ll ’s d?ne 
Right rooting in the bare butt’s wincing navel in the sight of the sun.
. . . . . . . ....Read More

by Brecht, Bertolt

Anmut sparet nicht noch M?he
Leidenschaft nicht noch Verstand
Da? ein gutes Deutschland bl?he
Wie ein andres gutes Land 

Da? die V?lker nicht erbleichen
Wie vor einer R?uberin
Sondern ihre H?nde reichen
Uns wie andern V?lkern hin.

Und nicht ?ber und nicht unter
Andern V?lkern wolln wir sein
Von der See bis zu den Alpen
Von der Oder bis zum Rhein.

Und weil wir dies Land verbessern
Lieben und beschirmen wir's
Und das liebste mag's uns ...Read More

by Hardy, Thomas
..."OLD Norbert with the flat blue cap--
A German said to be--
Why let your pipe die on your lap,
Your eyes blink absently?"--

--"Ah!... Well, I had thought till my cheek was wet
Of my mother--her voice and mien
When she used to sing and pirouette,
And touse the tambourine

"To the march that yon street-fiddler plies;
She told me 'twas the same
She'd heard from the trumpets,...Read More

by Hardy, Thomas
...ext noon-time Grouchy slowly passed 
With thirty thousand men: 
We hoped thenceforth no army, small or vast, 
Would trouble us again.

My hut lay deeply in a vale recessed, 
And never a soul seemed nigh 
When, reassured at length, we went to rest— 
My children, wife, and I. 

But what was this that broke our humble ease?
What noise, above the rain, 
Above the dripping of the poplar trees 
That smote along the pane? 

—A call of mastery, bidding me arise, 
Compelled me...Read More

by Hopkins, Gerard Manley
...nal tells off these heart-song powerful peals?— 
A bush-browed, beetle-br?wed b?llow is it? 
With a so?th-w?sterly w?nd bl?stering, with a tide rolls reels 
Of crumbling, fore-foundering, thundering all-surfy seas in; seen
?nderneath, their glassy barrel, of a fairy green.
. . . . . . . . 
Or a jaunting vaunting vaulting assaulting trumpet telling...Read More

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