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Famous Shamelessly Poems by Famous Poets

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

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by Matthew, John
...You hide your face in shame,
But I can see your private parts,
Have you no contrition,
To expose yourself, shamelessly, thus?

Tell me what does it feel,
To be watched while you strain?
Is that why you hang your head in shame;
Has all embarrassment left you?

I know it’s hard; you need your money,
But couldn’t you put the money —
You spend on spirits and tobacco,
To use that public facility on the street corner?

Is it communion with nature you seek?
Or the pleas...Read More

by Bronte, Charlotte the gods, my soul abhors his mien ! 

Has he not sought my presence, dyed in blood­ 
Innocent, righteous blood, shed shamelessly ? 
And have I not his red salute withstood ? 
Aye,­when, as erst, he plunged all Galilee 
In dark bereavement­in affliction sore, 
Mingling their very offerings with their gore. 

Then came he­in his eyes a serpent-smile, 
Upon his lips some false, endearing word, 
And, through the streets of Salem, clanged the while,
His slaughtering, hackin...Read More

by Wilbur, Richard
...igence is reserved, however,
For the hoped-for invasion, at which time the happy people
(Sniggering, ruddily naked, and shamelessly drunk)
Will stun the foe by their overwhelming submission,
Corrupt the generals, infiltrate the staff,
Usurp the throne, proclaim themselves to be sun-gods,
And bring about the collapse of the whole empire....Read More

by Petrarch, Francesco
...s brow,I were a friend of these your idols too,Whom our vile age so shamelessly ignores:But that sore insult keeps me now aloofFrom the first patron of the olive bough:For Ethiop earth beneath its tropic sunNe'er burn'd with such fierce heat, as I with rageAt losing thing so comely and beloved.Read More

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