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Famous Sleekness Poems by Famous Poets

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

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by Smart, Christopher

For Clapperclaw is in the grappling of the words upon one another in all the modes of versification. 

For the sleekness of a Cat is in his áãëáéçöé . 

For the Greek is thrown from heaven and falls upon its feet. 

For the Greek when distracted from the line is sooner restored to rank and rallied into some form than any other. 

For the purring of a Cat is his ôñõæåé . 

For his cry is in ïõáé , which I am sorry for. 

For the Mouse (Mus) prevail...Read More

by Service, Robert William
...unto my dimmest day
 I'll don my tails.

How slim and trim I looked in them,
 Though I was sixty old;
And now their sleekness I condemn
 To lie in rigid fold.
I have a portrait of myself
 Proud-printed in the Press,
In garb now doomed to wardrobe shelf,--
 My evening dress.

So let this be my last request,
 That when I come to die,
In tails I may be deftly drest,
 With white waistcoat and tie.
No, not for me a vulgar shroud
 My carcass to caress;--
Oh let me d...Read More

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