Famous Stimulant Poems by Famous Poets
These are examples of famous Stimulant poems written by some of the greatest and most-well-known modern and classical poets. PoetrySoup is a great educational poetry resource of famous stimulant poems. These examples illustrate what a famous stimulant poem looks like and its form, scheme, or style (where appropriate).
by Berryman, John
...Acacia, burnt myrrh, velvet, pricky stings.
â€”I'm not so young but not so very old,
said screwed-up lovely 23.
A final sense of being right out in the cold,
(â€”My psychiatrist can lick your psychiatrist.) Women get under
All these old criminals sooner or later
have had it. I've been reading old journals.
by Thompson, Francis
...n stars by the shown stars' wings,
(And a million cycles are but as one)
And a world with unapparent strings
Knits the stimulant world of things;
Behold, and vision thereof is none.
The world above in the world below,
(And a million worlds are but as one)
And the One in all; as the sun's strength so
Strives in all strength, glows in all glow
Of the earth that wits not, and man thereon.
Braced in its own fourfold embrace
(And a million strengths are as strengt...Read More
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