Poems about incandescent (21 Poems)


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    Sixty Years Ago (Alice Guerin Crist Poems)

    IThe double-blossomed peach-trees with rosy bloom were gayWhen grandpa rode beneath them upon his courting way,From the white gate to the homestead they stretched in stately row,And showered his path with petals, just sixty years ago.His riding suit was spick … Continue reading



    The Boys’ And Girls’ Thanksgiving (Ella Wheeler Wilcox Poems)

    Never since the race was started,Had a boy in any clime,Cause to be so thankful-hearted,As the boys of present time. Not a girl in old times living—Let the world talk as it may—Found such reasons for Thanksgiving,As the girls who … Continue reading



    Overcast (Charles Baudelaire Poems)

    Are they blue, gray or green? Mysterious eyes (as if in fact you were looking through a mist) in alternation tender, dreamy, grim to match the shiftless pallor of the sky. That’s what you’re like- these warm white afternoons which … Continue reading



    My Emmaleen (George Ade Poems)

    Let de boat swing down de ribber;Ah! swing, ah! swing away! Can’t afford to leave mah only,So heah I’m gwine to stay. All de coons along de water-front am tryin’Foh to steal mah Emmaleen, To dislocate mah happy homeAnd grab … Continue reading



    Flowers (Florence Taber Holt Poems)

    Not all flowers have souls,But roses, for they are memories of lovers,And lilies, their prayers,Azaleas; who give themselves to the winds,And irises, beloved of Pindar,And the pale onothera,Incandescent in the twilight,And many sweet and simple flowers –Snowdrops and violets,White and … Continue reading



    Fascism (Burnett A. Ward Poems)

    Oh Shade obscene from out the jungled past,Fear o’ the Dark made incarnate again,And manifest in torture, lust, and pain,Thou too shalt pass, thy thralldom cannot last;If for an hour thy sullen storm-cloud castDarkness of fear, and murder-mist of CainUpon … Continue reading



    I Loved… (Alan Seeger Poems)

    I loved illustrious cities and the crowds That eddy through their incandescent nights. I loved remote horizons with far clouds Girdled, and fringed about with snowy heights. I loved fair women, their sweet, conscious ways Of wearing among hands that … Continue reading



    Lunch (F S Flint Poems)

    FRAIL beauty, green, gold and incandescent whiteness, narcissi, daffodils, you have brought me Spring and longing, wistfulness, in your irradiance. Therefore, I sit here among the people, dreaming, and my heart arches with all the hawthorn blossom, the bees humming, … Continue reading



    The Hum of the Fan (Raymond A. Foss Poem)

    All is quiet in the house, girls asleep, slowing down the only sound my fingers clicking these words the purr of the computer fan, the flashing red computer light, green power on a desk lamp sends a cone of light … Continue reading



    Four Quartets 4: Little Gidding (T. S. Eliot Poem)

    I Midwinter spring is its own season Sempiternal though sodden towards sundown, Suspended in time, between pole and tropic. When the short day is brightest, with frost and fire, The brief sun flames the ice, on pond and ditches, In … Continue reading





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