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Poetry Index 1 - 100



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Statistics: 120 Poets, 200 Poems, One Big Book! Poet with largest number of poems: Philip Larkin (12)
Akhmatova Anna I don't know if you're alive or dead
You Will Hear Thunder
 
Ali Agha Shahid From In Search of Evanescence
I See Chile in My Rearview Mirror
The Country Without a Post Office
The Floating Post Office
 
Amichai Yehuda I Have Become Very Hairy
Quick and Bitter
Temporary Poem Of My Time
Try To Remember Some Details
 
Ammons A.R. from A Tape For The Turn Of The Year
Hymn
 
Angel Ralph Even Because
This
 
Appleman Philip Credo
 
Auden W. H. Stop All The Clocks, Cut Off The Telephone
 
Bai Li Night Thoughts
 
Basho Matsuo Haiku
 
Berry Wendell The Country Of Marriage
 
Brautigan Richard 30 Cents, Two Transfers, Love
The Wait
 
Bukowski Charles beerbottle
Bluebird
Sway With Me
 
Carver Raymond Happiness
 
Cohen Leonard Hey, That's No Way To Say Goodbye
 
Dacey Philip The New Love Poem
 
Dahl Roald Hot And Cold
 
Dao Bei We
 
Doty Mark Everywhere
 
Emanuel James A. Jazzanatomy
 
Empson William Let It Go
 
Faiz Faiz Ahmad Don’t Ask Me for That Love Again
 
Ferlinghetti Lawrence Sandinista Avioncitos
 
Galeano Eduardo from The Book of Embraces
 
Gilbert Jack Dante Dancing
 
Ginsberg Allen Howl
 
Giovanni Nikki Resignation
 
Gluck Louise The White Lilies
 
Guest Harry Death of a Friendship
 
Hauss Sandra Sturtz These Are My Wishes For You
 
Hecht Anthony A Letter
 
Henley William Earnest Invictus
 
Hikmet Nazim Things I Didn't Know I Loved
 
Hughes Ted Hawk Roosting
 
Kilmer Joyce Trees
 
Kunitz Stanley Touch Me
 
Larkin Phillip Love, We Must Part Now
Morning At Last: There In The Snow
Morning Has Spread Again
No Road
Since The Majority Of Me
This Be The Verse
Whatever Happened?
When First We Faced, And Touching Showed
Why Did I Dream Of You Last Night?
 
Longfellow Henry Wadsworth A Psalm of Life
 
Lorca Federico Garcia Romance Sonambulo
 
Maginnes Al For a Glass of Red Wine
 
Marks Leo A Code Poem For The French Resistance
 
Merrill James A Renewal
 
Milosz Czeslaw Conversation with Jeanne
 
Moore Jim You and Snow
 
Neruda Pablo If You Forget Me
Love
 
Nordbrandt Henrik Pragmatic
Sailing
 
Parra Nicanor Young Poets
 
Patten Brian Sometimes it Happens
 
Paz Octavio Between what I see and what I say
Coda
Sunstone (Fragments)
There is a motionless tree
Touch
Trawl Bridge Street
Wind and Water and Stone
With Eyes Closed
 
Porter Peter Japanese Jokes
 
Pound Ezra And the days are not full enough
 
Pryor Richard Poetry
 
Rilke Live My Life
Slumber Song
 
Roethke Theodore I Knew a Woman
 
Sandburg Carl Dust
 
Satchidanandan K In You
 
Seth Vikram Unclaimed
 
Snyder Gary Riprap
 
Szymborska Wislawa Under One Small Star
 
Tafdrup Pia Tabernacles
 
Teasdale Sara Morning
 
Thomas John By Heart
 
Thomas Dylan Do Not Go Gentle into that Good Night
 
Thomsen Søren Ulrik Reverted
The Shaking of Creation
 
Wanek Connie Daisies
 
Weores Sandor Rain
 
Williams William Carlos This Is Just To Say
 
Yakamochi Otomo No Two Tanka
 
Young Dean The Illusion
 
Young Lee Li Persimmons



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Poetry Index 101 -



Akhmatova Anna Twenty first. Night. Monday.
 
Aleixandre Vicente Face through the Glass (An Old Man Gazes)
 
Ali Agha Shahid Ghazal
Not All, Only A Few Return
 
Allen Dick This Far
 
Berry Wendell The Peace of Wild Things
The Wild Geese
 
Bly Robert Bad People
 
Campo Rafael The Distant Moon
 
Cohen Leonard Gift
 
Collins Billy I Ask You
Litany
 
Cooper Jane Rent
 
Crane Hart Exile
Forgetfulness
 
cummings e.e. may i feel said he
love is a place
Introduction from Collected Poems
 
Curbelo Silvia Drinking Song
 
Dunn Stephen The Unsaid
John & Mary
Poem For People That Are Understandably Too Busy To Read Poetry
 
Ehrlich Gretel This Cold Heaven
 
Faiz Faiz Ahmed Before You Came
 
Fenton James In Paris with You
 
Field Edward The Farewell
 
Flynn Nick Emptying Town
 
Forché Carolyn Poem For Maya
 
Gluck Louise April
First Memory
 
Hikmet Nazim It's This Way
Some Advice to Those Who Will Serve Time in Prison
On Living
A Fable of Fables
 
Hoagland Tony   America
Adam and Eve
Self-Improvement
 
Ignatow David A First on TV
 
Jiles Paulette She Writes in Spanish to Someone She Knew
 
Kamienska Anna A Prayer That Will Be Answered
 
Kerouac Jack from On The Road
 
Kim Chungmi A Girl on the Swing
 
Kingsolver Barbara Daily Bread
 
Koch Kenneth You Want a Social Life, with Friends
 
Larkin Philip Is it for now or for always
Talking in Bed
Ignorance
Annus Mirabilis
The Trees
Deceptions
The Mower
 
Lazard Naomi Ordinance On Arrival
 
Levertov Denise Zeroing In
 
Ling Lan A Melody
 
Martory Pierre   Blues
 
Maxwell Glyn from Time's Fool
 
Merriam Eve Lullaby
 
Merwin W.S. Separation
 
Mew Charlotte I So Liked Spring
 
Mistral Gabriela Wall
 
Mora Pat In the Blood/En la Sangre
 
Myers Jack Limits
 
Nash Ogden I Do, I Will, I Have
 
Neruda Pablo Ode to the Moment
Leaning Into The Afternoons
The Me Bird
 
Nye Naomi Shihab Kindness
 
Oliver Mary WEST WIND #2
 
Ondaatje Michael The Cinnamon Peeler
 
Patten Brian And nothing is ever as you want to be
 
Pavese Cesare Nocturne
 
Pessoa Fernando Untitled
 
Rich Adrienne Stepping Backward
In Those Years
From a Survivor
From an Atlas of the Difficult World
Love Poem 2
 
Rukeyser Muriel This Place in the Ways
Waiting for Icarus
 
Seth Vikram Protocols
At Evening
 
Smith Stevie Not Waving but Drowning
 
Sodergran Edith Hope
 
Stafford William Ask Me
 
Stevenson Anne The Spirit is too Blunt an Instrument
 
Stone Ruth Good Advice
 
Strand Mark Keeping Things Whole
The Remains
 
Tate James Teaching the Ape to Write Poems
 
Thomas R. S. Song at the Year's Turning
 
Viorst Judith Learning
 
Walcott Derek Codicil
 
Zagajewski Adam Try to Praise the Mutilated World
 



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