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AP English Poetry

Stack #205950

Hawk Roosting Ted Hughes
My Papa’s Waltz Theodore Roethke
This is just to say William Carlos Williams
The Names Billy Collins
Pied Beauty Gerard Manley Hopkins
Heat H.D.
My Life Has Stood a Loaded Gun Emily Dickinson
Leda and The Swan William Butler Yeats
Desert Places Robert Frost
Let Me Not to the Marriage of True Minds William Shakespeare
Thirteen Way of Looking at a Blackbird Wallace Stevens
Neutral Tones Thomas Hardy
Hap Thomas Hardy
Cinderella Anne Sexton
America Claude McKay
Aubade Philip Larkin
September 1, 1939 WH Auden
The Negro Speaks of Rivers Langston Hughes
Journey of the Magi TS Eliot
A Supermarket in California Allen Ginsberg
To Autumn John Keats
The War in the Air Howard Newerov
A Noiseless Patient Spider Walt Whitman
A Blessing James Wright
Embrace Billy Collins
Love Calls Us to the Things of This World Richard Wilbur
Created by: rawrquel