Teagans Selected Poetry


Welcome to my garret once again. I hope you have enjoyed my poetry selections over the last few years. I will remind you that all that I love to get feedback, creative comments and suggestions about the poetry you wsould like to see here.
As was said two years ago, poetry has such a diverse following and covers so many moods that we are not always ready for certain poems at that time. However, another day, another mood and those poems suit perfectly. For this reason I am suggesting that you bookmark this place and return and read the poems I choose each week, they are after all intended for your pleasure and inspiriation as well as mine.
Each week one of these poems is posted in the Tir na nOg. Please feel free to post comments there about how you liked it, and links where further information about each one of these poems can be found.

My 2006 Selected Poetry

Terence, this is stupid stuffA. E. Housman
Touch MeStanley Kunitz
Gentlemen-RankersRudyard Kipling
Burning OffDorothea Mackeller
Mulga Bill's BicycleA.B.(Banjo) Paterson
Canzone LXVIFrancesco Petrarca
Good-NightMary Gilmore
Love's AlchemyJohn Donne
RomanceEdgar Allan Poe
The Weakest ThingElizabeth Barrett Browning
The Unnamed LakeFrederick George Scott
Ode To PsycheJohn Keats
ChildrenKalil Gibran
Mary MorisonRobert Burns
Oh, Why Should the Spirit of MortalWilliam Knox
Home-Thoughts, From AbroadRobert Browning
Are You Content?William Butler Yeats
In Memory Of Our "Tracker Dogs"Robert McLean
Farewell to AnzacCicely Fox Smith
The Faithless WifeGarcĂ­a Lorca
May and the PoetsJames Leigh Hunt
Men Are Heavens PiersRobert Louis Stevenson
Not In This World To See His FaceElizabeth Barrett Browning
Freedom on the WallabyHenry Lawson
Bell-BirdsHenry Kendall
Drinking Alone By MoonlightLi Po
Winter EveningWilliam Cowper
Epilogue To Through The Looking GlassLewis Carroll
Long-Legged FlyWilliam Butler Yeats
ColourDorothea Mackeller
Neutral TonesThomas Hardy
Saddest PoemPablo Neruda
TigerA.D Hope
The CedersJudith Wright
This Lime Tree Bower My PrisonSamuel Taylor Coleridge
MoonlightVictoria Sackville-West
Farewell To The MuseGeorge Gordon Lord Byron
Onthe Burial of His BrotherGaius Valerius Catallus
You LearnVeronica A Shoffstall
Camomile TeaKatherine Mansfield
A Brief Love LetterNizar Qabbani
In A Disused GraveyardRobert Frost
On Anothers SorrowWilliam Blake
Winter EveningAlexander Pushkin
MiraclesWalt Whitman
A Tombless EpitaphSamuel Taylor Coleridge
Love came back at fall o' dewLizette Woodworth Reese
To a Soldier in HospitalWinifred M. Letts
The Spires of OxfordWinifred M. Letts
Now Sleeps the Crimson PetalAlfred Lord Tennyson
The Muses' SonJohann Wolfgang von Goethe
ExcelsiorHenry Wadsworth Longfellow
Wolf and HoundAdam Lindsay Gordon
Carol of the BirdsJohn Wheeler
The Fire at Ross's FarmHenry Lawson
Stille Nacht, Heilige Nacht (Silent Night)Joesph Mohr
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My Classic Poetry Sites

AmorettiEdmund Spenser
Ballad of Reading JailOscar Wilde
Collected PoetryEdgar Allan Poe
Hebrew MelodiesGeorge Gordon Byron
Horatius Defends the BridgeThomas Babington Macaulay
Poems in Terza RimaVeronica Franco
The Rime of the Ancient MarinerSamuel Taylor Coleridge
Rubaiyat of Omar KhayyamEdward FitzGerald
Shakespeare's SonnetsWilliam Shakespeare
Sonnets From The PortugueseElizabeth Barrett Browning
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If you have any suggestions or questions regarding these poems please email me

The Poets Garret
Tir Na nOg Poetry Community
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Only after the last tree has been cut down
Only after the last river has been poisoned
Only after the last fish has been caught
Only then can we realise that money can not be eaten
- Cree Indian Prophesy