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Best Classicism Poems

Below are the all-time best Classicism poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of classicism poems written by PoetrySoup members

The Widow Among Roses
The widow among roses,
though a scent so sweet 
she smells to near smile,
how red the vibrance of life
and soft the petals caress
her lonely cheek,
she remembers...

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Categories: death, depression, lost love,
Form: Classicism

Premium Member Survival In the Midst of Ignorance
My prayers are not asking you to
save me from my enemy.
My children have turned their backs.
They praise dance with many

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Categories: analogy, spoken word, wisdom,
Form: Classicism
Times Advances
Upon my tiptoes, I gaze through a window, the window of my mind. 
I pull back the curtain, peer from a partially drawn blind.

Before me...

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Categories: fantasy, imagination,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member Count On You
When my world collapses
And I'm feeling blue
When the chips are down
Can I count on you

Will you stand by me
And help ease my pain
Will you walk...

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Categories: life, love, me, world,
Form: Classicism
Mist On the Barrows
***Dedicated to a wise old man 
I once knew***
-----" There is no such thing
        as death..." 

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Categories: death, friend,
Form: Classicism

Premium Member I Am the Grinch
I am the Grinch

I am I am, you know that I am
The Grinch of Grinch's and so
Don’t call me Sam
For Sam I not am
I am...

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Categories: children, christmas, life, love,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member The First Gathering, the Wrath, the Return of Zeus

The First Gathering, The Wrath, The Return Of Zeus
( "Wherein Fate and Destiny Reign Over Blind Worship )

Else the throngs of mortals find the truth,

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Categories: art, corruption, creation, imagination,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member Our Midnight the Unseen Within
Our Midnight The Unseen Within
        ( Collaboration )

Silent unto our sense, yet musical
With eternal harmony, they move
About our...

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Categories: angel, appreciation, beautiful, blessing,
Form: Classicism
A Swans Return
Grace had floated royal 
among the sweet summered months,
and not a moment had passed
without the nectar of love;

Three feathered lords so fledgling
sleeping white at noon,

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Categories: animal, beauty, freedom, love,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member Dark Earth Folds In the Heart's Red Bloom
Dark Earth Folds In The Heart's Red Bloom

You and I and all we do
Know not, til our hearts are through 
The press of life, what...

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Categories: art, creation, deep, humanity,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member Upon Misty Morning's Fast Fading Glow
Upon Misty Morning's Fast Fading Glow

Upon misty morning's fast fading glow, 
dance fairies on glittering silver wings. 
Flying with fantasies flowing in tow 
And sweetest...

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Categories: blessing, creation, destiny, giving,
Form: Classicism
These Seasons Which Sing In Silent Symphonies
These seasons which sing in silent symphonies,
   like the hush of a new age,
   like portals to pretence,

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Categories: beauty, nature, poetry, poets,
Form: Classicism
The Heart From Which Flows the Waterfall
There is a little sprinkling of love down deep,
  a wee twinkling (light) ---
  without which we couldn't exist;
  like light upon...

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Categories: earth, heart, hope, life,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member Tribute To the Memory of John Keats
Tribute To The Memory Of John Keats

Child of the storm-swift Hermes, lithe and strong
To Trojan tumult, had the gods thus willed,
They gave thee one short...

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Categories: art, dedication, deep, judgement,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member My Poetic Credo
I write not for fame or riches, but, hopefully, for those whose lives it enriches!...

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Categories: feelings, inspiration, poetry,
Form: Classicism
***This was perhaps my saddest write after seeing images of homeless and starving children in Romania on the tele; I truly believe that no matter...

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Categories: child, food, god, hope,
Form: Classicism
Skin Bleaching Is Not a Beauty
Welcome to the world filled with dark skin,
That seat belongs to you,
Let`s discuss the outstanding matters of our two.
Every pinch which will strengthen the rightful...

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Categories: analogy,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member Mega Death
All my friends have..... gone
Underground ....... they rest at my bare feet
Leaves blowing sequestered on this barren earth
Grey skies melodies of wistful sad notes
Lovers too......

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Categories: art, bereavement, death, longing,
Form: Classicism
Lovely Wind
Lonely nights come and take me 
Raise me up but don't break me
Lovely wind I can feel your coldness
Touch my skin, play my hair until...

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Categories: death of a friend,
Form: Classicism
I Come From
I Come From:

I come from people of great resolve;
With endurance to survive.
Worry not one day for me;
For I am my peoples' child.

I come from a...

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Categories: native american, endurance,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member A Social Climber
life is a ladder
and i am a social
climbing one step
after another
but life is hard
so i have to move
if i want to get
for the rich is

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Categories: encouraging,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member The Melody of Love
Love plays different melodies.. 
Music to which lovers respond..
Instrumental, is the harp, 
the flute, and the drum.
Listen with your ears, for
your heart...

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Categories: love, music,
Form: Classicism
Voyage of Self Discovery
We are born ---
  we live, we die;
  and in between we gaze the aftermath of the gods...
  and the great shining...

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Categories: death, life, mystery,
Form: Classicism

When I shall be the old man here,
Forgot by time, uncountable by year,
When I shall wish to pass the living brink,
At You I shall devote...

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Categories: philosophylove,
Form: Classicism
Sing, Goddess
Sing, O Goddess, of my petulant wrath.
That which I’ve failed to address for so long.
Speak and guide my hand to express
The words of extremity needed...

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Categories: art, beauty, blessing, for
Form: Classicism