S Poets Index

S By First Name

Sam Walter Foss
The House by the Side of the Road – There are hermit souls that live withdrawn …
The Prayer of Cyrus Brown – The proper way for a man to pray…

Samuel Bowden
The Mouse and The Oyster – Let loftier pens the hero’s acts relate …

Samuel Ferguson
The Fairy Thorn – Get up, our Anna dear, from the weary spinning wheel

Samuel Lover
Rory O’More – Young Rory O’More courted Kathleen Bawn …
Paddy O’Rafther – Young Paddy in want of a dinner …

Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner Parts 1-7

Sara Teasdale
Alone – I am alone, in spite of love …
But Not To Me – The April night is still and sweet …
Twilight – Dreamily over the roofs …

Sarah Helen Whitman
The Portrait – Slowly I raised the folds concealing that face …

Stevie Smith
The Galloping Cat – Oh I am a cat that likes to gallop about …

S By Last Name

Sandburg, Carl
Who Am I? – My head knocks against the stars …
Poppies – She loves blood red poppies for a garden to walk in …

Santayana, George
There May be Chaos still around the world

Schiller, Friedrich von
Ode to Joy – Joy, thou source of light immortal …

Scott, Sir Walter (Bullwinkle impression)
My Native Land – Breathes there a man with soul so dead …

Selina, Helen (Lady Dufferin)
Lament of the Irish Emigrant – I’m sitting by the stile, Mary …

Service, Robert William
The Cremation of Sam McGee – There are strange things done in the midnight sun by the men who moil for gold …
The Shooting of Dan McGrew – A bunch of the boys were whooping it up …
No More Music – The Porch was blazoned with geranium bloom …
more Service

Shakespeare, William
Sonnet 1 – From fairest creatures we desire increase
Sonnet 18 – Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day
Sonnet 116 – Let me not to the marriage of true minds …
More Shakespeare

Shelley, Percy Bysshe
To The Night – Swiftly walk o’er the western wave, Spirit of Night …
Love’s Philosophy – The fountains mingle with the river …
Ozymandias – I met a traveller from an antique land …

Sherman, Frank Dempster
Daisies – At evening when I go to bed, I see the stars shine …

Smiley, Joseph Bert
St. Peter at the Gate  – St. Peter stood guard at the golden gate with a solemn mien …
Poe’s Raven (a parody) – How distinctly I remember, late one evening last November…

Smith, Elizabeth Oakes
The Drowned Mariner – A mariner sat on the shrouds one night …

Smith, Stevie
The Galloping Cat – Oh I am a cat that likes to gallop about …

Southey, Robert
You Are Old, Father William The few locks which are left you are grey …

Stanton, Frank Lebby
Keep A-Goin’ – Ef you strike a thorn or rose …
Mighty Lak a Rose – Sweetest little feller …

Stevenson, Robert Louis
Lands of Counterpane and Nod – When I was sick, and lay a-bed …
Foreign Children – Little Indian, Sioux or Crow …
Windy Nights – Whenever the moon and the stars are set …
More RLS

Stowe, Harriet Beecher
Eliza Crossing the River – From her resting-place by the trader chased …

Suckling, Sir John
Why So Pale and Wan – fond lover, prithee why so pale …

Swift, Jonathan
Baucis and Philemon –  In ancient times, as story tells, the saints would often leave their cells …

Swinburne, Algernon
Before Dawn – Sweet life, if life were stronger …

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