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Famous Chip In Poems by Famous Poets

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

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by Paterson, Andrew Barton

"At the third time round, for the final spin 
With the pace and the dust to blind 'em, 
They'll never notice if you chip in 
For the last half-mile -- you'll be sure to win, 
And they'll think you raced behind 'em. 

"At the water-jump you may have to swim -- 
He hasn't a hope to clear it, 
Unless he skims like the swallows skim 
At full speed over -- but not for him! 
He'll never go next or near it. 

"But don't you worry -- just plunge across, 
For he swims like...Read More

by Service, Robert William us the cavernous gloom;
Around us, swift twisting and turning, the black, sullen walls of a tomb.
We spun like a chip in a mill-race; our hearts hammered under the test;
Then--oh, the relief on each chill face!--we soared into sunlight and rest.

Hand sought for hand on the instant. Cried we, "Our troubles are o'er!"
Then, like a rumble of thunder, heard we a canorous roar.
Leaping and boiling and seething, saw we a cauldron afume;
There was the rage of the...Read More

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