Poems online for ENGL 201: Some of my personal favorites

Some of my favorite poems, at least many of the ones available online, in no particular order (I will probably update this post a couple of times to add poems that were more recently published):

Squirt Gun” by Robert Morgan

Autumn” by T.E. Hulme

Animula” by T.S. Eliot

Counting Miracles at the State Asylum” by Rhett Iseman Trull

The Real Warnings Are Always Too Late” by Rhett Iseman Trull

Sunday Morning Argument” by Dan Albergotti

December 25, 2005” by Dan Albergotti

Please Refrain from Talking during the Movie” by Robert Polito

Coming Into History” by Jeanne Murray Walker

A Prisoner of Things” by Alan Michael Parker

Between Poems the Vandals Go” by Alan Michael Parker

Lost in Amsterdam” by James McKean

Sonnet XII: “When I do count the clock that tells the time” by William Shakespeare

Sonnet: “America” by Claude McKay

*Sonnet defined

Sestina: “Let Me Count the Waves” by Sandra Beasley

*Sestina defined

Villanelle: “One Art” by Elizabeth Bishop

*Villanelle defined

Haiku: “Haiku Journey” by Kimberly Blaeser

Haiku: “Blue Octavo Haiku” by Rachel Wetzsteon

*Haiku defined

In A Station of the Metro” by Ezra Pound

I Heard a Fly Buzz — when I died —” by Emily Dickinson

Tell All the Truth” by Emily Dickinson

Words” by Dana Gioia

Unsaid” by Dana Gioia

Money” by Dana Gioia

Planting a Sequoia” by Dana Gioia

Prayer” by Dana Gioia

Fog” by Carl Sandburg

Chicago” by Carl Sandburg

Love Calls Us to the Things of This World” by Richard Wilbur

The Pardon” by Richard Wilbur

Mind” by Richard Wilbur

my father moved through dooms of love” by E.E. Cummings

All in green went my love riding” by E.E. Cummings

The Yachts” by William Carlos Williams

The Great Figure” by William Carlos Williams

Recuerdo” by Edna St. Vincet Millay

What the Moon Knows” by Richard H. Behm

* * *

Two of my own, for general amusement:

Losing River View Farm” by Colin Foote Burch (on my own blog)

Regarding Joy & Grace” by Colin Foote Burch (in New Mirage Journal)


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