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Famous Charmingly Poems by Famous Poets

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

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by Burns, Robert
...But soon we grew lovingly big,
 I taught her, her terrors were naething.

Her whigship was wonderful pleased,
 But charmingly tickled wi’ ae thing,
Her fingers I lovingly squeezed,
 And kissed her, and promised her—naething.

The priest anathèmas may threat—
 Predicament, sir, that we’re baith in;
But when honour’s reveillé is beat,
 The holy artillery’s naething.

And now I must mount on the wave—
 My voyage perhaps there is death in;
But what is a watery grav...Read More

by Taylor, Ann

"Mamma," said the child, "see that carriage so fair, 
All cover'd with varnish and gold, 
Those ladies are riding so charmingly there
While we have to walk in the cold. 

"You say GOD is kind to the folks that are good,
But surely it cannot be true; 
Or else I am certain, almost, that He would
Give such a fine carriage to you. " 

"Look there, little girl," said her mother, "and see
What stands at that very coach door;
A poor ragged beggar, and listen how she
A hal...Read More

by Silverstein, Shel
...the Bop and the Mashed Potata,
He did the Split and the See Ya Later.
And now he's down upon one knee,
Bowin' oh so charmingly,
And winkin' and smilin'--it's easy to see
Danny O'Dare wants to dance with me....Read More

by Keats, John
...High Muses! let him hurry to the ending.

 All suddenly were silent. A soft blending
Of dulcet instruments came charmingly;
And then a hymn.

 "KING of the stormy sea!
Brother of Jove, and co-inheritor
Of elements! Eternally before
Thee the waves awful bow. Fast, stubborn rock,
At thy fear'd trident shrinking, doth unlock
Its deep foundations, hissing into foam.
All mountain-rivers lost, in the wide home
Of thy capacious bosom ever flow.
Thou frownest,...Read More

by Thomas, Dylan
...ol sat still
And a black and white patch of girls grew playing;
The gentle seaslides of saying I must undo
That all the charmingly drowned arise to cockcrow and kill.
When I whistled with mitching boys through a reservoir park
Where at night we stoned the cold and cuckoo
Lovers in the dirt of their leafy beds,
The shade of their trees was a word of many shades
And a lamp of lightning for the poor in the dark;
Now my saying shall be my undoing,
And every stone I wind off l...Read More

by Seeger, Alan
...rave-eyed little wanton goes, 

And, flaunting all the hue that lies in childish cheeks and nubile waist, 
She passes, charmingly unchaste, illumining ignoble eyes. . . . 

But now the blood from every heart leaps madder through abounding veins 
As first the fascinating strains of "El Irresistible" start. 

Caught in the spell of pulsing sound, impatient elbows lift and yield 
The scented softnesses they shield to arms that catch and close them round, 
...Read More

by Akhmatova, Anna
...n silent, 
And my heart - is split. 
The copper on my washstand 
Has turned green, 
But the sunbeam plays on it 
So charmingly. 
How innocent it is, and simple, 
In the evening calm, 
But to me in this deserted temple 
It's like a golden celebration, 
And a consolation....Read More

by Schiller, Friedrich von
...y God--the parcels are so heavy!
And not a parcel carriage-paid!
But then--the truth must be confessed--
They're all so charmingly addressed:
Whate'er they cost, they well requite her--
"To Madame Blank, the famous writer!"
Poor thing, she sleeps so soft! and yet
'Twere worth my life to spare her slumber;
"Madame--from Jena--the Gazette--
The Berlin Journal--the last number!"
Sudden she wakes; those eyes of blue
(Sweet eyes!) fall straight--on the Review!
I by her side--all u...Read More

by Lowell, Amy
...t shirk.
`The night cometh soon' -- etc. Don't jerk
Me up like that. `Essence de la Valliere' --
That has a charmingly Bourbon air.
And, oh! Magnificent! Listen to this! --
`Vinaigre des Quatre Voleurs'. Nothing amiss
With that -- England, Austria, Russia and Prussia!
Martin, you're a wonder,
Upheavals of continents can't keep you under."
"Monsieur Antoine, I am grieved indeed
At such levity. What France has gone through --"
"Very true, Martin, ver...Read More

by Lear, Edward
...You are,
          You are!
What a beautiful Pussy you are!" 
Pussy said to the Owl, "You elegant fowl!
  How charmingly sweet you sing!
O let us be married! too long we have tarried:
  But what shall we do for a ring?"
They sailed away, for a year and a day,
  To the land where the Bong-tree grows
And there in a wood a Piggy-wig stood
With a ring at the end of his nose,
          His nose,
          His nose,
With a ring at the end of his nose.   

"...Read More

by Service, Robert William
When I breathed my love in your shell-like ear,
And you plucked at your fan as a maiden will,
And you blushed so charmingly, Guenivere?
Like a worshiper at your feet I sat;
For a year and a day you made me mad;
But now, alas! you are forty, fat,
And I think: What a lucky escape I had!

Oh, maidens I've set in a sacred shrine,
Oh, Rosamond, Molly and Mignonette,
I've deemed you in turn the most divine,
In turn you've broken my heart . . . and yet
It's easily...Read More

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