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40 Great Poems

Because this month is National Poetry Month I decided that my “40” post should be full of poems I love (see my other posts in the series.) Today is the last day of the month, so if you have squeezed any poetry in this month here’s your opportunity. Poems are listed in the order I thought of them, and links go to Poetry Foundation or Poets.org if available.

Do you have a poem you love that’s not on the list? Please drop me a comment 💬 to let me know about it. I love discovering new poetry.

40 Great Poems

  1. Sonnets from the Portuguese 1
  2. Sonnets from the Portuguese 14
  3. The Tyger
  4. Ozymandias
  5. The Magic Mountain
  6. Grief
  7. Dreams
  8. Dream Dust
  9. Dust and Rainbows
  10. Blunt (included in Say Uncle)
  11. Deferred Silence (included in Say Uncle)
  12. Blast 
  13. Robot Haikus (Not one poem but a very fun book of poems.)
  14. Darkness
  15. Jabberwocky
  16. Kubla Khan
  17. Her Strong Enchantments Failing by A E Housman
  18. The Bells
  19. A Dream Within a Dream
  20. The Conqueror Worm
  21. Love Not Me by Annomyous
  22. Hamlet’s Soliloquy
  23. Beat! Beat! Drums!
  24. Death, Be Not Proud
  25. A Slumber Did My Spirit Seal
  26. She Walks in Beauty
  27. Because I Could Not Stop for Death
  28. The Intro to the Pendragon Cycle (the same poem is in the opening of each book.)
  29. There is no Frigate like a Book
  30. Aunt Jennifer’s Tigers by Adrienne Rich
  31. The Red Wheelbarrow
  32. This is Just to Say
  33. The Falling Flower  by Arakida Moritake
  34. Rain by Emanuel di Pasquale
  35. Life by Grace Treasone
  36. Cat
  37. Haiku in general (this is a great collection)
  38. My Little Dreams
  39. The Bookshelf of the God of Infinite Space
  40. The Road Goes Ever On

Tides of Time: A Poem

Today is Great Poetry Reading Day, so I thought I would share one of my poems with you.

Tides of Time

©Arwen LeQuieu

Rise on the tides of time
to find your purpose, within your passion
Grow wise not old
be the keeper of youthful vitality
shoot for the stars, but direct your course
to their higher purpose
Lift up your head
and meet your destiny with open arms.
 

Have you discovered or written any good poetry today? I love to hear about it. Leave me a comment to let me know.