Teagans Selected Poetry
2010

Introduction

I would like to thank you for visiting me again. Your emails and suggestions have all been duly noted and I hope this year we will provide just as great a pleasure as we have in the past. Please don't stop sending me your creative comments and suggestions about the poetry you would like to see here.
Nine years ago I stated that poetry has such a diverse following and covers so many moods that we are not always ready for certain poems sometimes, but on another day, or in a different mood 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 inspiration as well as mine.
Each weekend one of these poems is posted in the Tir na nOg. Please feel free to post comments there about how you felt about it> Often you will also see links where further information about each one of these poems can be found.

My 2010 Selected Poetry

I Wish I'd Looked After Me TeethPam Ayres
A Hymn to God the FatherJohn Donne
L'Amitie, Est L'Amour Sans AilesGeorge Gordon Lord Byron
Observation CarA D Hope
Five SensesJudith Wright
The Old Vicarage, GrantchesterRupert Brooke
DreamlandEdgar Allan Poe
The School of NightA D Hope
The ProphetAlexander Puskin
The story of HassanJames Elroy Flecker
A Bas Ben AdhemOgden Nash
Fallen MajestyWilliam Butler Yeats
For Madame SabatierCharles Baudelaire
The DissolutionJohn Donne
Easter DayOscar Wilde
The DonkeyM Vasalis
The Burning of the LeavesLaurence Binyon
For The FallenLaurence Binyon
Sonnet VIFrancesco Petrarca
Bright StarJohn Keats
Flying SquirrelsA.B. "Banjo" Paterson
AloneMaya Angelou
Accurs'd Be HeChristopher Marlowe
The SwagmanC J Denis
From Love's First Fever To Her PlagueDylan Thomas
Give Me Women, Wine, and SnuffJohn Keats
The Austral 'light'Harry Morant (the breaker)
I Loved an Antique DealerPam Ayres
Ballad of the MoonFederico GarcĂ­a Lorca
A Dog Has DiedPablo Neruda
Northern RiverJudith Wright
Sonnet 23John Milton
The Good ShepherdLope de Vega
A Moments Indulgence Rabindranath Tagore
The Friendly MeetingJohann Wolfgang von Goethe
On The Grasshopper And CricketJohn Keats
A Lady Who ThinksOgden Nash
LilianAlfred, Lord Tennyson
Prologue to AsolandoRobert Browning
You wonder how these things beginJerry Orbach
A Song From The ItalianJohn Dryden
Question and AnswerLi Bai
DawnDorothea Mackellar
Beneath My HandsLeonard Cohen
Abode of the BelovedKabir
Kilmeny (A Song of the Trawlers)Alfred Noyes
In a Restaurant; 1917Eleanor Norton
Spring in War-TimeSara Teasdale
Two PoemsJeluddin Rumi
Captain Stratton's FancyJohn Masefield
The NavigatorsSophia de Mello
TangmalangmalooJohn O'Brien
Australian SceneryA.B. "Banjo" Paterson
Silent NightJoseph Mohr
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Elizabethan Sonnets

Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503-1542) Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey
George Gascoigne (1525-1577) Giles Fletcher (1549-1611)
William Alabaster (1568-1640) Sir Walter Ralegh (c.1552-1618)
Edmund Spenser (c.1552-1599) Bartholomew Griffin
Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke Sir Philip Sidney (1554-1586)
Thomas Watson (c. 1557-1592) Anne Cecil de Vere
Henry Constable (1562-1613) William Smith
Charles Best EC
Richard Lynche Samuel Daniel (1562-1619)
Mark Alexander Boyd Joshua Sylvester (1563-1618)
Michael Drayton (1563-1631) Barnabe Barnes (1569-1609)
Lady Mary Wroth (1587-1651) William Shakespeare (1564-1616)
Alexander Craig (c.1567-1627) Sir John Davies (1569-1626)
Richard Barnfield (1574-1627) William Percy (1575-1648)
Thomas Lodge (1558-1625) King James 1 (1566-1625)
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My Classic Poetry Sites



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
Sonnets From The PortugueseElizabeth Barrett Browning
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Only after the last river has been poisoned
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Only then can we realise that money can not be eaten
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