October 28, 2021

Literature Journal

World literature news

List of poems

0 – 9
1914 – Wilford Owen
A
A Question – Robert Frost
A Terre – Wilford Owen
Absalom and Achitophel – John Dryden (1681, continuation attrib. to Nahum Tate)
Adam’s Curse – William Butler Yeats
Address to the Deil – Robert Burns
Aeneid – Virgil (1st century BC)
After Apple-Picking – Robert Frost
The Age of Anxiety – W. H. Auden (1948)
And did those feet in ancient time – William Blake
All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace – Richard Brautigan (1967)
Aniara (Verse novel) – Harry Martinson (1956)
Anne Hathaway – Carol Ann Duffy
Annus Mirabilis – John Dryden
Anthem for Doomed Youth – Wilfred Owen (1917)
L’après-midi d’un faune – Stéphane Mallarmé
Areopagitica – John Milton
Argonautica – Apollonius of Rhodes (3rd century BC)
Ariel – Sylvia Plath (1962)
Arinbjarnarkviða – Egill Skalla-Grímsson
Ash Wednesday – T. S. Eliot
Asleep – Wilfred Owen
Aurora Leigh – Elizabeth Barrett Browning
B
The Bell Buoy – Rudyard Kipling
Beppo – Lord Byron
The Betrothed – Rudyard Kipling
Borodino – Mikhail Lermontov
Brahma – Ralph Waldo Emerson
C
Cad Goddeu – attrib. Taliesin (6th century)
The Canterbury Tales – Geoffrey Chaucer
The Cantos – Ezra Pound
Casabianca – Felicia Hemans, early 19th century
Casey at the Bat – Ernest Thayer (1888)
Catrin – Gillian Clarke
The Changing Light at Sandover – James Merrill (1982)
Changsha – Mao Zedong (1925)
The Charge of the Light Brigade – Tennyson
Chicago – Carl Sandburg
Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage – Lord Byron
Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came – Robert Browning (1855)
Cimmeria – Robert E. Howard
The Circus Animals’ Desertion – William Butler Yeats
The City – Constantine Cavafy
Clarel – Herman Melville
Cold Iron – Rudyard Kipling
Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802 – William Wordsworth, (1802)
The Conqueror Worm – Edgar Allan Poe
The Coral Sea – Patti Smith
The Cuckoo Song – Anonymous, c.1240
D
D-Day – Pól Ó Muirí
Daddy – Sylvia Plath (1962)
The Dark Man – Stephen King
Days – Philip Larkin
Deor – Old English
Dies Irae (Hymn) – Tommaso da Celano (13th century)
A Difficult Birth, Easter 1998 – Gillian Clarke
A Dirge – Percy Bysshe Shelley
John Gilpin – William Cowper
A Divine Image – William Blake
Divine Comedy – Dante Alighieri (1307-1321)
Don Juan – Lord Byron (1821)
Dover Beach – Matthew Arnold (1867)
The Dream – John Donne
The Dream – Lord Byron
Dream of the Rood – Old English, Vercelli Book (10th century
The Duel – Eugene Field
Dulce Et Decorum Est – Wilfred Owen (1917)
E
The Eagle – Alfred, Lord Tennyson
East Coker – T.S. Eliot
Easter, 1916 – William Butler Yeats
El Golem – Jorge Luis Borges
Eldorado – Edgar Allan Poe
The End – Wilfred Owen
Endymion (1817) – John Keats
Essay on Criticism – Alexander Pope
Essay on Man – Alexander Pope
Eugene Onegin (Verse novel) – Alexander Pushkin
The Eve of St. Agnes – John Keats
The Excursion – William Wordsworth
F
Fables and Parables – Ignacy Krasicki
The Faerie Queene – Edmund Spenser
The Fall of Hyperion: A Dream – John Keats
Fare Thee Well – Lord Byron
The Female of the Species – Rudyard Kipling
Fern Hill – Dylan Thomas
Fire and Ice – Robert Frost (1920)
The First Decade – Niccolò Machiavelli
The First Kiss of Love – Lord Byron
First they came … – Martin Niemöller
Flen flyys Anon. 15th century
The Fly – William Blake
Four Quartets – T.S. Eliot
Fra Lippo Lippi – Robert Browning
G
Gayatrimantra (Verse from hymn)
Epic of Gilgamesh
The Girls of Llanbadarn – Dafydd ap Gwilym
Godiva – Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Gododdin – Aneirin
El Golem – Jorge Luis Borges
Grażyna – Adam Mickiewicz
Grímnismál – Poetic Edda
Grógaldr – Poetic Edda
Gunslinger – Ed Dorn
H
Ha! Ha! Houdini! – Patti Smith
Hadda be Playin’ on a Jukebox – Allen Ginsberg
Half Caste -John Agard
Halloween – Robert Burns
The Haunted Palace – Edgar Allan Poe
Hávamál – Poetic Edda
Hellas – Percy Bysshe Shelley
The Hero – Rabindranath Tagore
Hero and Leander – Christopher Marlowe
The Highwayman – Alfred Noyes
Hildina – traditional
The Hollow Men – T.S. Eliot
Howl – Allen Ginsberg (1955)
The Hunting of the Snark – Lewis Carroll
Hymn to Proserpine – Algernon Charles Swinburne (1866)
Hyperion – John Keats
I
I Sing the Body Electric – Walt Whitman
I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud – William Wordsworth (1804)
I want a president – Zoe Leonard (1992)
Idylls of the King – Alfred, Lord Tennyson
If— – Rudyard Kipling (c.1895)
Il Penseroso – John Milton
Iliad – attrib Homer (c. 850 BC)
In a Station of the Metro – Ezra Pound (1913)
In Flanders Fields – John McCrae
In Memoriam A.H.H. by Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Invictus – William Ernest Henley
Iron Horse – Allen Ginsberg
Is acher in gaíth in-nocht… – Old Irish (9th century)
Island Man – Grace Nichols
J
Jabberwocky – Lewis Carroll (1871)
Job – Old Testament
John Brown’s Body – Stephen Vincent Benet
Judith – Old English, the Nowell Codex
K
Kaddish – Allen Ginsberg (1961)
Kalevala – Elias Lönnrot (19th century)
Kali the Mother – Vivekananda
Konrad Wallenrod – Adam Mickiewicz
The Kraken – Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Kubla Khan – Samuel Taylor Coleridge
L
La Belle Dame Sans Merci – John Keats
Lady Lazarus – Sylvia Plath (1962)
The Lady of Shalott – Alfred, Lord Tennyson
L’Allegro – John Milton
The Last Laugh – Wilford Owen
The Last Rose of Summer – Thomas Moore (c.1807)
Laughing Song – William Blake
Leda and the Swan – William Butler Yeats (1929)
Lenore – Edgar Allan Poe (1841)
Lepanto – G.K. Chesterton
The Letter – Wilfred Owen
Limbo – Edward Kamau Brathwaite
Limbo – Samuel Taylor Coleridge
A Little Boy Lost – William Blake (1794)
A Little Girl Lost – William Blake (1794)
The Little Boy Lost – William Blake (1789)
Lokasenna – Poetic Edda
London – Samuel Johnson
Lost in Translation – James Merrill (1974)
The Lotos-Eaters – Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Lotta Svärd – Johan Ludvig Runeberg
Love After Love – Derek Wolcott
Love Among the Ruins – Robert Browning
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock – T. S. Eliot (1917)
Love’s Philosophy – Percy Bysshe Shelley (1820)
Luceafărul – Mihai Eminecsu
The Lusiads – Luís Vaz de Camões
Lycidas – John Milton (1634)
M
Mandalay – Rudyard Kipling
Mariana – Alfred, Lord Tennyson
The Masque of Anarchy – Percy Bysshe Shelley (1819)
Meeting The British – Paul Muldoon
Messiah – Alexander Pope
Michael – William Wordsworth
Milton: A Poem in Two Books – William Blake
Miniver Cheevy – Edwin Arlington Robinson
Minyas – Ancient Greece (6th century BC)
The Munich Mannequins – Sylvia Plath (1963)
My Boy Jack – Rudyard Kipling
My Last Duchess – Robert Browning
N
Nachuk Tahate Shyama – Vivekananda
The Next War – Wilfred Owen
Night-Thoughts – Edward Young
The Nightingale: A Conversation Poem – Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Not My Business – Niyi Osundare
Nothing Gold Can Stay – Robert Frost
Nothing’s Changed – Tatamkhulu Afrika
O
Oddrúnargrátr- the Codex Regius
Ode on a Grecian Urn – John Keats
Ode on Indolence – John Keats
Ode on Melancholy – John Keats
Ode to a Nightingale – John Keats (1819)
Ode to Psyche – John Keats
Ode to the West Wind – Percy Bysshe Shelley (1819)
Odyssey – attrib Homer
The Odyssey: A Modern Sequel – Nikos Kazantzakis (1938)
Old English rune poem – Old English (8th century)
On Another’s Sorrow – William Blake
On being asked for a War Poem – William Butler Yeats
On First Looking into Chapman’s Homer – John Keats
On His Blindness – John Milton
On My First Sonne – Ben Jonson
On the Train – Gillian Clarke
Orlando furioso – Ludovico Ariosto (1516)
Orlando innamorato – Matteo Maria Boiardo (1486)
The Owl and the Nightingale – anon. (13th century)
The Owl and the Pussycat – Edward Lear
Ozymandias – Percy Bysshe Shelley (1818)
P
Pale Fire (Verse novel) – Vladimir Nabokov
Pange Lingua (Hymn) – Thomas Aquinas
Pangur Bán – Old Irish (9th century)
The Parable of the old man and the young – Wilfred Owen (c.1917)
Paradise Lost – John Milton
Paradise Regained – John Milton
Parlement of Foules -Geoffrey Chaucer (14th century)
The Passionate Shepherd to His Love – Christopher Marlowe
Paterson – William Carlos Williams (1963)
Patrolling Barnegat – Walt Whitman
Pearl – Middle English (14th century)
Pharaoh – Old English, The Exeter Book (10th century)
The Phoenix – Old English
Pierrot – Langston Hughes
Piers Plowman – William Langland (versions 1360-1399)
Plutonian Ode – Allen Ginsberg
The Poem of the End – Marina Tsvetaeva 1924
Poems by Edgar Allan Poe – a listing of all poems published by EAP
Poems by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow – a listing of major Longfellow works
Porphyria’s Lover – Robert Browning
Prayer before birth – Louis McNeice
The Prelude – William Wordsworth (posthumous publication in 1850)
The Princess – Alfred Lord Tennyson – published 1847
Psalms – Old Testament
Pull My Daisy – Allan Ginsberg
Q
The Queen of Hearts – anonymous
A Question – Robert Frost
R
Ramanan – Changampuzha
Ramayana – Valmiki (c.250 BC)
Rani – Thirunalloor Karunakaran
The Rape of Lucrece – William Shakespeare
The Rape of the Lock – Alexander Pope
The Raven – Edgar Allan Poe (1845)
Recessional – Rudyard Kipling
The Red Wheelbarrow – William Carlos Williams (1923)
Refugee Blues – W.H. Auden
Remorse for Intemperate Speech – William Butler Yeats
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised – Gil Scott-Heron
The Rhyming Poem – The Exeter Book (Medieval English, Tenth Century)
Richard Cory – Edwin Arlington Robinson
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner – Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The Ring and the Book – Robert Browning
The Road Not Taken – Robert Frost
Rokeby – Walter Scott
Roman de la Rose – Guillaume de Loris (c.1230), Jean de Meun (c.1275)
The Rose Tree – William Butler Yeats
Rubaiyat- Omar Khayyam
Rune Poems
S
Saint Peter – Henry Lawson
St. Simeon Stylites – Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Samson Agonistes – John Milton (1671)
The Scholars – William Butler Yeats
The Sea and the Mirror – W.H. Auden
Seafarer – Old English, the Exeter Book
The Seagull – Dafydd ap Gwilym
The Seasons – James Thomson
The Second Coming – W.B. Yeats
The Second Decade – Niccolò Machiavelli
Sen dollotar Ulaid … – Old Irish (10th century)
September 1913 – William Butler Yeats
Shahnameh – Ferdowsi (1000)
A Shropshire Lad – A.E. Housman
The Siege of Corinth – Lord Byron
Siege of Thebes – John Lydgate
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight – 14th century
Sir Orfeo – anon. c.1300
Skírnismál – Codus Regius (13th century)
The Soldier – Rupert Brooke
Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister – Robert Browning
Solomon and Saturn – Old English (9th or 10th century)
A Song in Storm – Rudyard Kipling
A Song for Simeon – T.S. Eliot
The Song of Hiawatha – Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1855)
Song of Myself – Walt Whitman – (1855)
The Song of Roland – Roland
Song of Solomon – Old Testament
The Song of the Happy Shepherd – William Butler Yeats
Song of the Open Road – Walt Whitman
Sonnet 68 – William Shakespeare
Sonnets from the Portuguese – Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Spring – William Blake
Spring Offensive – Wilfred Owen
Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening – Robert Frost
Strange Meeting – Wilford Owen
Submarines – Rudyard Kipling
Sunday Morning – Wallace Stevens
T
Tabaré – Juan Zorrilla
The Tale of Kieu – Nguyen-Du
Tam o’ Shanter – Robert Burns
Tamerlane – Edgar Allan Poe
Theogony – Hesiod
Thinking – Walter D. Wintle
This Be The Verse – Philip Larkin
This Room – Imtiaz Dharker
Thrymskvitha – Poetic Edda
Tintern Abbey – William Wordsworth
To a Louse – Robert Burns
To a Waterfowl – William Cullen Bryant (1821)
To an Athlete Dying Young – A. E. Housman
To Autumn – John Keats (1819)
To His Coy Mistress – Andrew Marvell
To the Fourth of July – Vivekananda
To William Wordsworth – Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Training – Wilfred Owen
The Triumph of Time – Algernon Charles Swinburne
Trivia – John Gay
Trouble at a Tavern – Dafydd ap Gwilym
Tulips – Sylvia Plath (1961)
Tweedledum and Tweedledee – John Byrom
The Tyger – William Blake, c.1793
U
Ubique – Rudyard Kipling
Ulysses – Alfred, Lord Tennyson
V
V. – Tony Harrison (1985)
Vafthrúthnismáll – Poetic Edda
Vainglory – Old English, The Exeter Book (10th century)
Valerik – Mikhail Lermontov
Venus and Adonis – William Shakespeare
The Village – George Crabbe
Völuspá – Poetic Edda
Vultures – Chinua Achebe
W
The Walrus and the Carpenter – Lewis Carroll (1871)
The Wanderer – Old English, the Exeter Book (10th century)
The Wanderings of Oisin – William Butler Yeats (1889)
The Waste Land – T. S. Eliot (1922)
We Are Seven – William Wordsworth
What Were They Like? – Denise Levertov
The Wild Swans at Coole – William Butler Yeats
The Wind – Dafydd ap Gwilym
Woolgathering – Patti Smith (1992)