Amy Lowell Poems (204 Poems)

The Pond (Amy Lowell Poems)

Cold, wet leaves Floating on moss-coloured water And the croaking of frogs- Cracked bell-notes in the twilight.(Amy Lowell)

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)

The Cyclists (Amy Lowell Poem)

Spread on the roadway, With open-blown jackets, Like black, soaring pinions, They swoop down the hillside, The Cyclists. Seeming dark-plumaged ...

Convalescence (Amy Lowell Poem)

From out the dragging vastness of the sea, Wave-fettered, bound in sinuous, seaweed strands, He toils toward the rounding beach, ...

J–K. Huysmans (Amy Lowell Poem)

A flickering glimmer through a window-pane, A dim red glare through mud bespattered glass, Cleaving a path between blown walls ...

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