List of poems

List of poems

This is a list of poems that have a page about them in Wikipedia.


*"Absalom and Achitophel" - John Dryden (1681, continuation attrib. to Nahum Tate)
*"Aeneid" - Virgil (1st century BC)
*"The Age of Anxiety" - W. H. Auden (1948)
*"The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" - Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1797 -1798)
*"And did those feet in ancient time" - William Blake
*"Aniara" (Verse novel) - Harry Martinson (1956)
*"Anthem for Doomed Youth" - Wilfred Owen (1917)
*"Argonautica" - Apollonius of Rhodes (3rd century BC)
* Areopagitica - John Milton


*"Battle of Maldon" (10th century)
*"Bhagavad Gita" (fifth century BC - second century BC, Upanishad, in Gayatri and Tristubh poetic meters)
*"" - John Keats (1819)
*"Beowulf" (10th century)
*"The Book of the Duchess" - Geoffrey Chaucer


*"Cad Goddeu" - attrib. Taliesin (6th century)
*"Casabianca" - Felicia Hemans, early 19th century
*"Casey at the Bat" - Ernest Thayer (1888)
*"The Castle of Indolence"
*"Charge of the Light Brigade"- Tennyson
*"The Changing Light at Sandover" - James Merrill (1982)
*"Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came" - Robert Browning (1855)
*"The Conqueror Worm" - Edgar Allan Poe
*"The Coral Sea" – Patti Smith


*"Daddy" - Sylvia Plath
*"Dies Irae" (Hymn) - Tommaso da Celano (13th century)
*"The Divine Comedy" - Dante Alighieri (1307-1321)
*"Don Juan" - Lord Byron (1821)
*"Dover Beach" - Matthew Arnold (1867)
*"Dream of the Rood"
*"Dulce Et Decorum Est" - Wilfred Owen (1917)


*"Endymion" (1817) - John Keats
*"Eugene Onegin" (Verse novel) - Alexander Pushkin


*"Fables and Parables" - Ignacy Krasicki
*"The Faerie Queene" - Edmund Spenser
*"Fata Morgana" - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
*"Fern Hill" - Dylan Thomas
*"On First Looking into Chapman's Homer" - John Keats
*"Flen flyys" Anon. fifteenth century


*"Gayatrimantra" (Verse from hymn)
*"Epic of Gilgamesh"
*"Gododdin" - Aneirin
*"The Golden Gate" (Verse novel) - Vikram Seth
*"Grímnismál" - Poetic Edda
*"Grógaldr" - Poetic Edda


*"Hadda be Playin' on a Jukebox" - Allen Ginsberg
*"Hávamál" - Poetic Edda
*"High Flight" - John Gillespie Magee, Junior
*"The House On The Hill" - Edwin Arlington Robinson 1922
*"Howl" - Allen Ginsberg (1955)
*"The Hunting of the Snark" - Lewis Carroll
*"Hyperion" - John Keats
*"Hymn to Proserpine" - Algernon Swinburne (1866)


*"I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud" - William Wordsworth
*"Idylls of the King" - Alfred, Lord Tennyson
*"If— " - Rudyard Kipling (C.1895)
*"Iliad" - "attrib" Homer (c. 850 BC)
*"In a Station of the Metro" - Ezra Pound (1913)
*"In Flanders Fields" - John McCrae
*"Invictus" - William Ernest Henley


*"Jabberwocky" - Lewis Carroll (1871)
*"Book of Job"
*"John Gilpin" - William Cowper
*"Judith" - anon. Old English


*"Kaddish" - Allen Ginsberg (1961)
*"Kalevala" - Elias Lönnrot (19th century)
*"Kim Van Kieu" - Nguyen-Du
*"The Kraken" - Alfred, Lord Tennyson


*"Lady Lazarus" - Sylvia Plath
*"The Last Rose of Summer" - Thomas Moore (c.1807)
*"Leda and the Swan" - William Butler Yeats (1929)
*"Lenore" - Edgar Allan Poe (1841)
*"Lokasenna" - Poetic Edda
*"Lost in Translation" - James Merrill (1974)
*"Love's Philosophy" - Percy Bysshe Shelley (1820)
*"The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" - T. S. Eliot (1917)
*"Lycidas" - John Milton (1634)


*"The Marriage of Heaven and Hell" - William Blake (1790-1793)
*"Metamorphoses" - Ovid (1)
*"The Munich Mannequins" - Sylvia Plath


*"On the Nature of Things" - Lucretius
*"The New Colossus" - Emma Lazarus - 1883
*"Nibelungenlied" - Anon (13th century)


*"Ode on a Grecian Urn" - John Keats
*"Ode to a Nightingale" - John Keats (1819)
*"Ode to the West Wind" - Percy Bysshe Shelley (1819)
*"Odyssey" - "attrib" Homer
*"" - Nikos Kazantzakis (1938)
*"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)


*"Pale Fire" (Verse novel) - Vladimir Nabokov
*"Pange Lingua" (Hymn) - Thomas Aquinas
*"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)
*"The Pied Piper of Hamelin" - Robert Browning 1849
*"Piers Plowman" - William Langland (versions 1360-1399)
*"Plutonian Ode" - Allen Ginsberg
*"The Poem of the End" - Marina Tsvetaeva 1924
*"Prayer before birth" - Louis McNeice
*"The Prelude" - William Wordsworth (posthumous publication in 1850)


*"Ramayana" - Valmiki (c.250 BC)
*"The Rape of the Lock" - Alexander Pope
*"The Raven" - Edgar Allan Poe (1845)
*"The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" - Gil Scott-Heron
*"Roman de la Rose" - Guillaume de Loris (c.1230), Jean de Meun (c.1275)

*"Samson Agonistes" - John Milton (pub. 1671)
*"The Second Coming" - W. B. Yeats
*"A Shropshire Lad" - A. E. Housman
*"The Song of Hiawatha" - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1855)
*"Song of Myself" - Walt Whitman - (1855)
*"The Song of Roland" - Roland
*"Song of Solomon" - Solomon
*"The Shahnameh" - Ferdowsi (1000)
*"Sir Gawain and the Green Knight"
*"Sir Orfeo" - anon. c.1300
*"Solomon and Saturn"


*"Theogony" - Hesiod
*"This Be The Verse" - Philip Larkin
*"The Tyger" - William Blake, c.1793
*"The Cuckoo Song" Anonymous, c.1240
*"Tintern Abbey" - William Wordsworth
*"To a Louse" - Robert Burns
*"To Autumn" - John Keats (1819)
*"To His Coy Mistress" - Andrew Marvell
*"The Triumph of Time"
*"Thrymskvitha" - Poetic Edda
*"Tweedledum and Tweedledee" - John Byrom


*"Vafthrúthnismáll" - Poetic Edda
*"Völuspá" - Poetic Edda


*"The Wanderings of Oisin" - William Butler Yeats (1889)
*"The Waste Land" - T. S. Eliot (1922)
*"Woolgathering" – Patti Smith (1992)

ee also

*List of poetry collections
*List of movies based on poems
*List of songs based on poems

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