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Famous Seethe Poems by Famous Poets

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

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by Villon, Francois
...> 
Within my parish-cloister I behold 
A painted Heaven where harps and lutes adore, 
And eke an Hell whose damned folk seethe full sore: 
One bringeth fear, the other joy to me. 
That joy, great Goddess, make thou mine to be,—
Thou of whom all must ask it even as I; 
And that which faith desires, that let it see. 
For in this faith I choose to live and die. 

O excellent Virgin Princess! thou didst bear 
King Jesus, the most excellent comforter, 
Who even of this...Read More



by Tennyson, Alfred Lord
...o long a space 
Stared at the figures, that at last it seemed 
The dragon-boughts and elvish emblemings 
Began to move, seethe, twine and curl: they called 
To Gareth, 'Lord, the gateway is alive.' 

And Gareth likewise on them fixt his eyes 
So long, that even to him they seemed to move. 
Out of the city a blast of music pealed. 
Back from the gate started the three, to whom 
From out thereunder came an ancient man, 
Long-bearded, saying, 'Who be ye, my sons?' 

...Read More

by Belloc, Hilaire
...

Was there not one that did to Heaven complain
How, driving through the midnight and the rain,
He struck, the Atlantic seethe and surge before,
Wrecked in the North along a lonely shore
To make the lights of home and hear his name no
more.
Was there not one that from a desperate field
Rode with no guerdon but a rifted shield;
A name disherited; a broken sword;
Wounds unrenowned; battle beneath no Lord;
Strong blows, but on the void, and toil without
reward.

When fro...Read More

by Keats, John
...s ears gush'd blood; for them in death
The seal on the cold ice with piteous bark
Lay full of darts; for them alone did seethe
A thousand men in troubles wide and dark:
Half-ignorant, they turn'd an easy wheel,
That set sharp racks at work, to pinch and peel.

XVI.
Why were they proud? Because their marble founts
Gush'd with more pride than do a wretch's tears?--
Why were they proud? Because fair orange-mounts
Were of more soft ascent than lazar stairs?--
Why were the...Read More

by Hope, Alec Derwent (A D)
...quil page.

The scholar takes his pen 
And turns the bone about, 
And writes those words again. 
Once more they seethe and shout 
And through a human brain 
Undying hate rings out.

"I loved her when a maid;
I loathe and love the wife
That warms another's bed:
Let him beware his life!"
The scholar's hand is stayed;
His pen becomes a knife

To grave in living bone 
The fierce archaic cry. 
He sits and reads his own 
Dull sum of misery. 
A thousand years hav...Read More



by Lanier, Sidney
...that the world should retire at dawn.
Day kills. The leaf and the laborer breathe
Death in the sun, the cities seethe,
The mortal black marshes bubble with heat
And puff up pestilence; nothing is sweet
Has to do with the sun: even virtue will taint
(Philosophers say) and manhood grow faint
In the lands where the villainous sun has sway
Through the livelong drag of the dreadful day.
What Eden but noon-light stares it tame,
Shadowless, brazen, forsaken of shame?
Fo...Read More

by Meredith, George
...ean wolf's teeth 
Grin against his will, trapp'd by masterstrokes of craft; 
 Helpless in his froth-wrath as green logs seethe! 
Safe the tender lambs tugg'd the teats, and winter sped 
 Whirl'd before the crocus, the year's new gold. 
Hung the hooky beak up aloft, the arrowhead 
 Redden'd through his feathers for our dear fold. 
 God! of whom music 
 And song and blood are pure, 
 The day is never darken'd 
 That had thee here obscure. 

Tales we drank of giants ...Read More

by Pushkin, Alexander
...hful hours drag on their course,
And in the idle darkness comes the bite
Of all the burning serpents of remorse;
Dreams seethe; and fretful infelicities
Are swarming in my over-burdened soul,
And Memory before my wakeful eyes
With noiseless hand unwinds her lengthy scroll.
Then, as with loathing I peruse the years,
I tremble, and I curse my natal day,
Wail bitterly, and bitterly shed tears,
But cannot wash the woeful script away....Read More

by Kipling, Rudyard
...or sound of bees.
 Worms of the riper grave unhid
 By any kindly coffin-lid,
 Obscene and shameless to the light,
 Seethe in insatiate appetite,
 Through putrid offal, while--above
 The hissing blow-fly seeks his love,
 Whose offspring, supping where they supt,
 Consume corruption twice corrupt....Read More

by Morris, William
...d as it came on towards him, with its teeth
The body of a slain goat did it tear,
The blood whereof in its hot jaws did seethe,
And on its tongue he saw the smoking hair;
Then his heart sank, and standing trembling there,
Throughout his mind wild thoughts and fearful ran:
"Some fiend she was," he said, "the bane of man."


Yet he abode her still, although his blood
Curdled within him: the thing dropped the goat,
And creeping on, came close to where he stood,
And raised it...Read More

by Laurence Dunbar, Paul
...he rime on the window is hard and white
But dear, you are near to me.
Heave ho, weave low,
Waves of the briny deep;
Seethe low and breathe low,
But sleep you, my little one, sleep, sleep.
The little boat rocks in the cove no more,
But the flying sea-gulls wail;
I peer through the darkness that wraps the shore,
For sight of a home set sail.
Heave ho, weave low,
Waves of the briny deep;
Seethe low and breathe low,
But sleep you, my little one, sleep, sleep.
Ay, la...Read More

by Aiken, Conrad
...he far-off city, that seems
Like one vague tower.
The dark bow plunges to foam on blue-black waves,
And shrill rain seethes like a ghostly music about him
In a quiet shower.

Rain with a shrill sings on the lapsing waves;
Rain thrills over the roofs again;
Like a shadow of shifting silver it crosses the city;
The lamps in the streets are streamed with rain;
And sparrows complain beneath deep eaves,
And among whirled leaves
The sea-gulls, blowing from tower to lower to...Read More

by Aiken, Conrad
...nge,—
It is her lover, she no longer desires to resist,
She is held and kissed.
She closes her eyes, and melts in a seethe of flame . . .
With a smoking ghost of shame . . .

Wind, wind, wind . . . Wind in an enormous brain
Blowing dark thoughts like fallen leaves . . .
The wind shrieks, the wind grieves;
It dashes the leaves on walls, it whirls then again;
And the enormous sleeper vaguely and stupidly dreams
And desires to ...Read More

by Kunitz, Stanley
...idence Hill
past the Academy ballpark
where I could never hope to play
I scuffed in the drainage ditch
among the sodden seethe of leaves
hunting for perfect stones
rolled out of glacial time
into my pitcher’s hand;
then sprinted lickety-
split on my magic Keds
from a crouching start,
scarcely touching the ground
with my flying skin
as I poured it on
for the prize of the mastery
over that stretch of road,
with no one no where to deny
when I flung myself down
that on the given ...Read More

by Robinson, Edwin Arlington
...yes of One, 
With galleons laden long before 
By moonlit wharves in Avalon—
Here, where the white lights have begun 
To seethe a way for something fair, 
No prophet knew, from what was done, 
That there was triumph in the air....Read More

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