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Poems/poets

poems/poets

QuestionAnswer
Huswifery Taylor
To His Excellency, General Washington Wheatley
Thanatopsis Bryant
To a Water Fowl Bryant
To Helen Poe
Tamerlane and other poems Poe
Concord Hymn Emerson
To Rhodora Emerson
The Wreck of the Hesperus Longfellow
The Courtship of Miles Standish Longfellow
Evangeline Longfellow
a psalm of life Longfellow
The Tide Rises, the Tide Falls Longfellow
Old Irsonsides Holmes
The Chambered Nautilius Holmes
Snow-Bound Whittier
A Winter Idyll Whittier
I Hear America Singing Whitman
When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer Whitman
Song of Myself Whitman
When Lilac Last in the Door Yard Bloomed Whitman
Leaves of Grass Whitman
This is my Letter to the World Dickinson
I Never Saw a Moor Dickinson
The Soul selects her own society Dickinson
Success is cournted sweetest Dickinson
I felt a funeral in my brain Dickinson
Because I could not stop for death Dickinson
I heard a fly buzz--when I died-- Dickinson
Casey at the Bat Thayer
the new colosseus Lazarus
Song of the Chattahoochee Lanier
The Marshes of Glynn Lanier
Spoon River Anthology Masters
Richard Cory Robinson
Miniver Cheevy Robinson
Chicago Poems Sandburg
The People, Yes Sandburg
The Love Song of J. Alfred Pufrock Eliot
The Hollow Men Eliot
John Brown's Body Benet
Trees and other poems Kilmer
The Cantos Pound
The Red Wheelbarrow Williams
Fire and Ice Frost
Out, Out-- Frost
The Death of the Hired man Frost
Acquainted with the Night Frost
The Unknown Citizen Auden
Daddy Plath
Ariel Plath
The Collossus Plath
Patterns Lowell
Renascence and other poems Millay
A Few Figs from Thistles Millay
The Harp Weaver and other poems Millay
anyone lived in a pretty how town Cummings
The Dream Keeper Hughes
The Negro Speaks Hughes
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