Poems about lowell (21 Poems)

The Letter (Amy Lowell Poems)

Little cramped words scrawling all over   the paperLike draggled fly's legs,What can you tell of the flaring moonThrough the ...

November (Amy Lowell Poems)

The vine leaves against the brick walls of my house,Are rusty and broken.Dead leaves gather under the pine-trees,The brittle boughs ...

Opal (Amy Lowell Poems)

You are ice and fire,The touch of you burns my hands like snow.You are cold and flame.You are the crimson ...

Middle Age (Amy Lowell Poems)

Like black iceScrolled over with unintelligible patternsby an ignorant skaterIs the dulled surface of my heart.Amy Lowell(Amy Lowell)

Demolition (Mark Doty Poem)

The intact facade's now almost black in the rain; all day they've torn at the back of the building, "the ...

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