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Poets and Poems

PoemsPoets
the road not taken, stopping by woods on a snowy evening, once by the pacific, fire and ice robert frost
daffordils ; we are seven william wordsworth
the tyger, little lamb, london william blake
death be not proud the canonization, the good morrow john donne
ode on a grecian urm, ode to a nightiangale john keats
the eagle, the charge of the light brigade alfred lord tennyson
paradise lost, paradise regained, on his blindness john milton
from a railway carriage, where go the boats robert louis stevenson
the died piper hamelin robert browning
shall i compare thee to a summer's day william shakespeare
Created by: juntthanat