Top 100 Famous Short Poems - All-Time Best Short Poems

Top 100 Famous Short Poems All-Time. These are the 100 all-time best and most popular short poems written by famous poets.

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RankFamous PoemPoet
1 Im nobody! Who are you? Emily Dickinson
2 The Lesson Maya Angelou
3 The Power of a Smile Tupac Shakur
4 a total stranger one black day Edward Estlin (E E) Cummings
5 I float like a butterfly, sting like a bee Muhammad Ali
6 Loves Secret William Blake
7 We Alone Alice Walker
8 The Rose that Grew from Concrete Tupac Shakur
9 Life Through My Eyes Tupac Shakur
10 Friend Rabindranath Tagore
11 How far is it to Heaven? Emily Dickinson
12 I had no time to hate because Emily Dickinson
13 Still Here Langston Hughes
14 In the twilight rain Matsuo Basho
15 A Fairy Song William Shakespeare
16 When You Come Maya Angelou
17 Dream Deferred Langston Hughes
18 Love Is Nikki Giovanni
19 Justice Langston Hughes
20 Happiness Carl Sandburg
21 I Am Not Yours Sara Teasdale
22 Love and Friendship Emily Bronte
23 Now you see me Muhammad Ali
24 Always Pablo Neruda
25 From time to time Matsuo Basho
26 Friendship Alexander Pushkin
27 IN THE FOREST Oscar Wilde
28 Before you knew you owned it Alice Walker
29 The Door in the Dark Robert Frost
30 The Sea Is History Derek Walcott
31 Haiku Jack Kerouac
32 Passing Time Maya Angelou
33 Words Sylvia Plath
34 Gratitude -- is not the mention Emily Dickinson
35 Love Sarah Fuller Flower Adams
36 Dream Variations Langston Hughes
37 silence Edward Estlin (E E) Cummings
38 This Consciousness that is aware Emily Dickinson
39 Before Sleep Ezra Pound
40 A Silly Poem Spike Milligan
41 i shall imagine life Edward Estlin (E E) Cummings
42 So I Say GOODBYE Tupac Shakur
43 The Hourglass Ben Jonson
44 Her Anxiety William Butler Yeats
45 Fire and Ice Robert Frost
46 There live a great man named Joe Muhammad Ali
47 Sacrifice Ralph Waldo Emerson
48 A Star Mother Goose
49 Love is more thicker than forget Edward Estlin (E E) Cummings
50 A young heart with an old soul Tupac Shakur
51 Talent Carol Ann Duffy
52 Hope is the thing with feathers Emily Dickinson
53 Answers Elizabeth Jennings
54 Forgotten Language Shel Silverstein
55 for a rainy day D A Levy
56 Fall leaves fall Emily Bronte
57 First winter rain Matsuo Basho
58 Ambition Over Adversity Tupac Shakur
59 Quiet Girl Langston Hughes
60 Beautiful City Alfred Lord Tennyson
61 To the Moon Percy Bysshe Shelley
62 Autumn moonlight Matsuo Basho
63 The Crazy Woman Gwendolyn Brooks
64 Cake Roger McGough
65 Me — wheee! Muhammad Ali
66 The Old Men Used to Sing Alice Walker
67 You Came, Too Nikki Giovanni
68 How happy I was if I could forget Emily Dickinson
69 Days Ralph Waldo Emerson
70 Autumn Fires Robert Louis Stevenson
71 Longing Sara Teasdale
72 Beautiful Women Walt Whitman
73 Rememberance Maya Angelou
74 Never for Society Emily Dickinson
75 Gratitude To The Unknown Instructors William Butler Yeats
76 The New Dog Linda Pastan
77 November Thomas Hood
78 I Too Sing America Langston Hughes
79 Flames Billy Collins
80 Haiku Jack Kerouac
81 Under the Harvest Moon Carl Sandburg
82 Four-Letter Word James A Emanuel
83 The Street Octavio Paz
84 We Real Cool Gwendolyn Brooks
85 Odysseus Decision Louise Gluck
86 In spring rain Kobayashi Issa
87 Discovery Richard Brautigan
88 Daybreak John Donne
89 Young Niggas Tupac Shakur
90 Mrs Moon Roger McGough
91 To Jennie Mark Twain
92 A Conceit Maya Angelou
93 Autumn Valentine Dorothy Parker
94 Haiku Jack Kerouac
95 A Sunshiny Shower Mother Goose
96 Can You See the Pride in the Panther Tupac Shakur
97 Finding is the first Act Emily Dickinson
98 These Strangers in a foreign World Emily Dickinson
99 Heaven is what I cannot reach! Emily Dickinson
100 Counting Small-boned Bodies Robert Bly

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