Poems about pulpy (20 Poems)

The Hasty Pudding (Joel Barlow Poems)

A POEM IN THREE CANTOS              Canto I Ye Alps audacious, through the heavens that rise,To cramp the day and hide me from ...

Brahm (Joseph Furphy Poems)

A spectral film that came and went,In its elusive way gave ventIn some unreal words which meant;"I think therefore I ...

The Hearts (Robert Pinsky Poems)

The legendary muscle that wants and grieves,The organ of attachment, the pump of thrillsAnd troubles, clinging in stubborn coloniesLike pulpy ...

To–Morrow. (Henry Alford Poems)

To--morrow--'tis an idle sound, Tell me of no such dreary thing; A new land whither I am bound After strange wandering. What care I ...

The Child-Mother (George MacDonald Poems)

Heavily slumbered noonday brightUpon the lone field, glory-dight,A burnished grassy sea:The child, in gorgeous golden hours,Through heaven-descended starry flowers,Went walking ...

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