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  • America the Beautiful Kathy Lee Bates
  • Annabelle LeeEdgar Allen Poe
  • ArielPercy Bysshe Shelly
  • The Art of LoveOvid
  • Assurance Emily Dickinson
  • Arsenal at Springfield, TheHenry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • Auld Lang SyneRobert Burns
  • Aurora Leigh Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • Ballad of the Harp Weaver, TheEdna St. Vincent Millay
  • Battle Hymn of the Republic Julia Ward Howe
  • Belle Dame Sans Merci, La John Keats
  • Bells, The Edgar Allan Poe
  • Bells and Pomegranates Robert Browning
  • Bronze Horseman, TheAlexandr Pushkin
  • Casey at the Bat Ernest Thayer
  • Chambered Nautilus, The Oliver Wendell Holmes
  • Charge of the Light Brigade, The Alfred Lord Tennyson
  • Chicago Poems Carl Sandburg
  • Concord Hymn Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Courtship of Miles Standish, TheHenry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • Crossing the BarAlfred, Lord Tennyson
  • Crossing the Brooklyn Ferry Walt Whitman
  • Daffodils William Wordsworth
  • Death Be Not ProudJohn Donne
  • Don JuanLord Byron
  • Do Not Go Gentle into that Good NightDylan Thomas
  • Endymion John Keats
  • Elegy Written in a Country ChurchyardThomas Gray
  • Evangeline Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • Faerie Queen, TheEdmund Spencer
  • Fleurs du mal, Les (The Flowers of Evil)Charles Baudelaire
  • FogCarl Sandburg
  • Gunga DinRudyard Kipling
  • Harp Weaver, TheEdna St. Vincent Millay
  • Howl Allen Ginsberg
  • IfRudyard Kipling
  • I Know Why the Caged Bird SingsMaya Angelou
  • I Never Saw a Moor Emily Dickinson
  • Idylls of the KingAlfred, Lord Tennyson
  • Jabberwocky Lewis Carroll
  • John Brown’s BodyStephen Vincent Benet
  • Kubla Khan Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Lady of the Lake Sir Walter Scott
  • Lake Isle at Innisfree, TheWilliam Butler Yeats
  • Lays of Ancient Rome, TheThomas Macaulay
  • Leaves of GrassWalt Whitman
  • Little Boy Blue Eugene Field
  • Love Letter to Her Husband, A Anne Bradstreet
  • Love SongsSara Teasdale
  • Lyrical Ballads William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Mending WallRobert Frost
  • Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, TheHenry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • My Last Duchess Robert Browning
  • New Colossus, TheEmma Lazarus
  • No Man is an Island John Donne
  • North of Boston collectionRobert Frost
  • O Captain! My Captain! Walt Whitman
  • Ode to a Nightingale John Keats
  • Ode on a Grecian UrnJohn Keats
  • Ode on MelancholyJohn Keats
  • Ode to a SkylarkPercy Bysshe Shelly
  • Ode to the West Wind Percy Bysshe Shelly
  • Old IronsidesOliver Wendell Holmes
  • On His Blindness John Milton
  • Pied Piper of Hamelin, The Robert Browning
  • Pippa PassesRobert Browning
  • Pisan Cantos, TheEzra Pound
  • Prometheus Unbound Percey Bysshe Shelley
  • Rape of the Lock, The Alexander Pope
  • Raven, TheEdgar Allan Poe
  • Rime of the Ancient Mariner, TheSamuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Road Not Taken, TheRobert Frost
  • Road to Mandalay, The Rudyard Kipling
  • RubaiyatOmar Khayyam
  • She Walks in BeautyLord Byron
  • SnowboundJohn Greenleaf Whittier
  • Song of Hiawatha, The Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • Song of Myself Walt Whitman
  • Songs of ExperienceWilliam Blake
  • Songs of Innocence William Blake
  • Sonnets from the PortugueseElizabeth Barrett Browning
  • Spoon River Anthology Edgar Lee Masters
  • Stopping by Woods on a Snowy EveningRobert Frost
  • Strange Victory Sara Teasdale
  • Tales of Wayside InnHenry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • Tamburlaine Edgar Allan Poe
  • Tam o’ShanterRobert Burns
  • Thanatopsis William Cullen Bryant
  • There Will Come Soft Rains Sara Teasdale
  • Trees Joyce Kilmer
  • Tinturn Abbey William Wordsworth
  • To AutumnJohn Keats
  • To a MouseRobert Burns
  • To a Louse Robert Burns
  • To a Skylark Percy Bysshe Shelly
  • To HelenEdgar Allan Poe
  • To His Coy MistressAndrew Marvell
  • Tiger, The William Blake
  • Under Milkwood Dylan Thomas
  • Village Blacksmith, TheHenry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • Visit From St. Nicholas, AClement Moore
  • Walrus and the Carpenter, TheLewis Carroll
  • Waste Land, The T. S. Eliot
  • What’s O’clockAmy Lowell
  • When the Frost is on the Punkin James Whitcomb Riley
  • Wild Swans at Coole, TheWilliam Butler Yeats
  • Witness Tree, A Robert Frost
  • Wreck of the Hesperus, The Henry W. Longfellow

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  • Earliest known poem, 3rd millennium, B.C. MesopotamiaThe Epic of Gilgamesh
  • Persian poet (11th century)Omar Khayyam
  • “A Second Johnson”Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • American colonies first female poet Anne Bradstreet
  • Poet known as “Old ‘Possum”T. S. Eliot
  • The Ode Poet, died at the age of 25 John Keats
  • “Ploughman Poet” or “The Scottish Poet” Robert Burns
  • Lake Poet William Wordsworth
  • Poets buried in same Roman cemeteryJohn Keats and P.B. Shelly
  • Mussolini’s friend who died in an asylum Ezra Pound
  • Poet who used only lower case letterse. e. cummings
  • The Lincoln PoetCarl Sandburg
  • Percival Lowell’s sister Amy Lowell
  • New Hampshire or New England PoetRobert Frost
  • Quaker PoetJohn Greenleaf Whittier
  • Welsh Poet Dylan Thomas
  • Limerick writer, 1870’sEdward Lear
  • Limerick writer for The New Yorker Ogden Nash
  • The Harlem Poet Langston Hughes
  • The Alter PoetGeorge Herbert
  • The Belle of Amherst Emily Dickinson
  • First U.S. poet laureate Robert Penn Warren
  • Poet who read at JFK’s inaugurationRobert Frost
  • Poet who read at Clinton’s inauguration Maya Angelou
  • Poet of the beat generation Allen Ginsberg
  • Canadian poets schoolSchool of Montreal
  • Number of lines in a sonnetFourteen
  • Japanese three-line poemHaiku
  • Number of syllables in haikuSeventeen
  • Edda poetry comes from this countryIceland

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