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Famous Blurry Poems by Famous Poets

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

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by Sandburg, Carl
...tor smokes a cigar and the words come often: mystery of life, mystery of life.
These two come into Alexander’s head blurry and gray while the rain beats on the windows and the raindrops run down the window glass and the raindrops slide off the green blinds and down the siding.
These and: There is a God, there must be a God, how can there be rain or sun unless there is a God?

So from the wrongs of Napoleon and the Cheshire cat smile on to the buffaloes and blizzards o...Read More

by Pushkin, Alexander
...terror is within.

-- Faster, coachman! "Can't, sir, sorry:
Horses, sir, are nearly dead.
I am blinded, all is blurry,
All snowed up; can't see ahead.
Sir, I tell you on the level:
We have strayed, we've lost the trail.
What can WE do, when a devil
Drives us, whirls us round the vale?

"There, look, there he's playing, jolly!
Huffing, puffing in my course;
There, you see, into the gully
Pushing the hysteric horse;
Now in front of me his figure
Looms up as a q...Read More

by Elytis, Odysseus
...tely that we will one day meet again
No, it is not death we shall confront
But just a tiny drop of the autumn rain
A blurry feeling
The scent of the moist soil within our souls
that are continuously diverging.

And if your hand is not between our hands
And if our blood wont' run within your dream's veins
The music unseen within us and O sorrowful
Wanderer of whatever still keeps us alive
It is the humid air the come of autumn the depart 
The elbow's bitter sup...Read More

by Service, Robert William
...hereas, pardon me, I'm sure
You, my friend, are still obscure. . . ."
 "In war," says I, "that makes no blurry odds."

Then says 'e: "I've painted picters too. . . .
Oh, dear God! The work I planned to do,
And to think this is the end!"
"'Ere," says I, "my hartist friend,
 Don't you give yerself no friskin' airs.
Picters, statoos, is that why
You should be let off to die?
 That the best ye done? Just say yer prayers."

Once again 'e...Read More

by Masefield, John
...e Lion door, 
I marked a drink-drop roll to floor; 
It took up scraps of sawdust, furry, 
And crinkled on, a half inch, blurry; 
A drop from my last glass of gin; 
And someone waiting to come in, 
A hand upon the door latch gropen 
Knocking the man inside to open. 
I know the very words I said, 
They bayed like bloodhounds in my head. 
"The water's going out to sea 
And there's a great moon calling me; 
But there's a great sun calls the moon, 
And all God's bells will...Read More

by Service, Robert William upset our 'abits,
 A-runnin' from them blighters over 'alf the roads of France;
A-scurryin' before 'em like a lot of blurry rabbits,
 And knowin' we could smash 'em if we just 'ad 'alf a chance.
Retreat! That was the bitter bit, a-limpin' and a-blunderin';
 All day and night a-hoofin' it and sleepin' on our feet;
A-fightin' rear guard actions for a bit o' rest, and wonderin'
 If sugar beets or mangels was the 'olesomest to eat.

Ho yus, there isn't many left that s...Read More

by Graham, Jorie

scintillating with change and ambiguity


Explain two are

Explain not one

(in theory) (and in practice)

blurry, my love, like a right quotation,

wanting so to sink back down,

you washing me in soil now, my shoulders dust, my rippling dust,

Look I'll scrub the dirt listen.

Up here how will I

(not) hold you.

Where is the dirt packed in again around us between us obliterating difference

Must one leave off Explain edges

(tongue breaks) (thin fire)
...Read More

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