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1-MAR, by KATHLEEN SPIVACK    Poem Source            
First Line: Coming out of the house on a fresh march morning
Last Line: Still molders inside you before march %dribbles a bit, driesup, and is done for?
Subject(s): March (month)


A DAY IN MARCH, by BAYARD TAYLOR    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Look forth, beloved, from thy mansion high
Last Line: And die!
Alternate Author Name(s): Taylor, James Bayard
Subject(s): Flowers; Life; March (month); Seasons


A MARCH BROWN, by PATRICK REGINALD CHALMERS    Poem Text            
First Line: Once more come clarion and blue-hearted dawns
Last Line: Is yearly first to bid me forth again from town!
Subject(s): March (month); Spring


A MARCH DAY IN LONDON, by AMY LEVY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The east wind blows in the street to-day
Last Line: Of hopes that yet shall flower again.
Subject(s): London; March (month)


A MARCH MOTTO, by AMOS RUSSEL WELLS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Month of bluster, ice and sleet
Last Line: "forward, march!"" through all the year."
Subject(s): March (month)


A MARCH SNOW, by ELLA WHEELER WILCOX    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Let the old snow be covered with the new
Last Line: Even as the new snow covers up the old.
Alternate Author Name(s): Wilson, Robert, Mrs.
Subject(s): Earth; Life; March (month); Snow; World


A SHROPSHIRE LAD: 10. MARCH, by ALFRED EDWARD HOUSMAN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The sun at noon to higher air
Last Line: For lovers should be loved again.
Alternate Author Name(s): Housman, A. E.
Subject(s): March (month)


A THOUGHT OF MAY, by LIZETTE WOODWORTH REESE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: All that long, mad march day, in the dull town
Last Line: And at your kiss the mad march weather fled!
Subject(s): March (month); May (month)


A TWILIGHT IN MIDDLE MARCH, by FRANCIS LEDWIDGE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Within the oak a throb of pigeon wings
Last Line: From little knowledge where great sorrows brood.
Subject(s): Dusk; March (month)


A YEAR'S CAROLS: MARCH, by ALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Hail, happy march, whose foot on earth
Last Line: Of tempest and the towering morn.
Subject(s): March (month); Seasons; Wind


AND AGAIN, MARCH IS ALMOST HERE, by JOHN ASHBERY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: If I were a tree you'd say
Last Line: They offered me bluebeard
Subject(s): March (month); Trees


AND AGAIN, MARCH IS ALMOST HERE, by JOHN ASHBERY    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: If I were a tree you'd say
Last Line: Who asks you this secret again
Subject(s): March (month); Trees


BENEATH THE BOTTOM, by JORDAN MILLER    Poem Source            
First Line: Surrounded by rivulets of graying weeds
Last Line: Who splits the tender seedling overnight?
Subject(s): Gardens And Gardening; March (month)


BLUEBRID IN MARCH, SELS., by BLISS CARMAN    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Now great orion journeys to the west
Subject(s): March (month)


DADDY'S ACTING ODD IN SPRINGTIME (MARCH 1), by JOHN BALABAN    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Patches of snow in hollows. Bits of green on banks
Last Line: Or snow squall in from cold blue mountains, %he worris for these tender weeds
Subject(s): March (month); Nature


DADDY'S ACTING ODD IN SPRINGTIME (MARCH 15), by JOHN BALABAN    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Springs fork out through hillside stones
Last Line: High overhead, canada geese are honking home %spilling mad calls into cold air
Subject(s): Forests; March (month); Nature


DADDY'S ACTING ODD IN SPRINGTIME (MARCH 16), by JOHN BALABAN    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Groaning on each other in windy woods
Last Line: He's twined a willow spring around his head %and is laughing at arguing trees
Subject(s): Fathers; March (month); Trees


DEAR MARCH, COME IN!, by EMILY DICKINSON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
Last Line: And praise as mere as blame
Subject(s): March (month)


END OF MARCH, by ANNETTE WYNNE    Poem Text            
First Line: What does the white world know
Last Line: The world begins all over again!
Subject(s): March (month); Snow; Winter


END OF WINTER, by KATE NORTHROP    Poem Source            
First Line: March, thin pane between in
Last Line: Disappearing down the avenue into the rain.
Subject(s): March (month); Rain; Spring; Winter


END OF WINTER, by ANNETTE WYNNE    Poem Text            
First Line: We welcome jack frost when he comes
Last Line: Springtime's coming—run, jack, run!
Subject(s): March (month); Seasons; Spring


EVERY ONE KNOWS MARCH'S WAY, by ANNETTE WYNNE    Poem Text            
Last Line: All in a trice, before you know
Subject(s): March (month)


FIRST OF MARCH, by FREDERICK TENNYSON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Through the gaunt woods the winds are shrilling cold
Last Line: And the wild lark is heard above him singing!
Subject(s): March (month)


FLOWER CHORUS, by RALPH WALDO EMERSON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O such a commotion under the ground
Last Line: Yes, millions beginning to grow.
Subject(s): Flowers; March (month); Nature


FOOL, by STANLEY MOSS    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: The first days of march
Last Line: Then filled his mouth, gargled, swallowed, and grinned
Subject(s): Fools; March (month); Religion


IN EARLIEST SPRING, by WILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Tossing his mane of snows in wildest eddies and tangles
Last Line: Leafless there by my door, trembled a sense of the rose.
Alternate Author Name(s): Howells, W. D.
Variant Title(s): Earliest Spring
Subject(s): March (month)


IN MARCH, by ARCHIBALD LAMPMAN    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: The sun falls warm: the southern winds awake
Subject(s): March (month)


INDIANA BEECH WOODS: MARCH, by ETHEL ARNOLD TILDEN    Poem Text            
First Line: Against the gray of the distance
Last Line: A cardinal's song -- it is scarlet!
Subject(s): Beech Trees; March (month); Trees


IT'S MARCH, by JAMES LAUGHLIN    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: And the sap is running in
Last Line: Reds - it's a scene from bruegel
Subject(s): Breughel The Elder, Pieter (1530-1569); March (month)


JACK FROST IN MARCH, by ANNETTE WYNNE    Poem Text            
First Line: How changeable the children grow
Last Line: "and let dear spring come to the sky!"
Subject(s): Children; March (month); Winter; Childhood


LIKE BEGETTING, by FRANCESCA ABBATE    Poem Source            
First Line: In the storm, the cloud that looked
Last Line: Are in shadow. Parts are bright with rain
Subject(s): March (month); Water


LINES FOR MARCH, by EDNA CRADDOCK    Poem Text            
First Line: Old winter trees are etched against a sky
Last Line: No poet can with rhyme or reason.
Subject(s): March (month)


LOVE'S CALENDAR: MARCH, by MAX DAUTHENDEY    Poem Text            
First Line: Upon the trees the march winds ride
Last Line: That in march he had had a glimpse of may.
Subject(s): March (month)


MAD MARCH, by KEN FONTENOT    Poem Source            
First Line: Folks, there is so much to be seperated
Last Line: Needs to have a lion escape every once in a while
Subject(s): March (month); Quarrels


MARCH, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: A sodden gray in the chilly dawn
Last Line: And this is march
Subject(s): Cold;march (month);seasons;spring;winter


MARCH, by JANICE BLANCHARD    Poem Text            
First Line: The dark wild sweetness, rains and the tight-closed bud
Last Line: Virginity; and summer still the unknown.
Subject(s): March (month)


MARCH, by WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The stormy march is come at last
Last Line: Seems of a brighter world than ours.
Subject(s): March (month)


MARCH, by MADISON JULIUS CAWEIN    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: This is the tomboy month of all the year
Subject(s): March (month)


MARCH, by EMILY DICKINSON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: We like march, his shoes are purple, / he is new and high
Last Line: On his british sky.
Subject(s): March (month)


MARCH, by SALLY BRUCE KINSOLVING    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Is it strange that we should be
Last Line: Instead of dusty books!
Subject(s): March (month)


MARCH, by JEWELL E. MATTHEWS    Poem Text            
First Line: March is a tender tyrant: he tramples in
Last Line: March is a tender tyrant.
Subject(s): March (month)


MARCH, by CONDE BENOIST PALLEN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Uproarious month! Spent winter's dying wrath
Last Line: Mad whirlwinds heaping ruin far and wide!
Subject(s): March (month)


MARCH, by DOLLIE CAROLINE MAITLAND RADFORD    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The march wind rises through the skies
Last Line: The sunshine to the daffodil.
Alternate Author Name(s): Radford, Ernest, Mrs.
Subject(s): March (month); Wind


MARCH, by BERTHA RAFFETTO    Poem Text            
First Line: In mullioned pools of wildwood bowers
Last Line: Are clutched in earth's cold fingers.
Subject(s): Death; March (month); Sleep; Winter; Dead, The


MARCH, by EFFIE WALLER SMITH    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Hail! Gruff messenger of spring!
Last Line: Beautifying hill and plain.
Subject(s): March (month); Nature; Spring


MARCH, by WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Winter is long in this climate
Last Line: At fiesole.
Subject(s): March (month)


MARCH, by ANNETTE WYNNE    Poem Text            
First Line: March is windy
Last Line: He's trying catch spring, you know
Subject(s): March (month)


MARCH 9TH, by PABLO MEDINA    Poem Source            
First Line: Yellow %dawn on the river
Last Line: When it reaches the red bridge
Subject(s): Flowers; Gardens And Gardening; March (month); Nature; Spring


MARCH AFTERNOON, by LYDIA LITTELL    Poem Text            
First Line: The moon's a faint vignette of gray
Last Line: And would not come again.
Subject(s): March (month); Solitude; Loneliness


MARCH ALREADY, I MUST GIVE A PARTY, by SANDRA STONE    Poem Source            
First Line: There's a reason for the house to resonate like this
Last Line: A merciless chin chin
Subject(s): March (month)


MARCH BRINGS THE LAMB / AND BUDS THE THORN, by UNKNOWN    Poem Source            
Subject(s): March (month)


MARCH CROCUSES, by PHOEBE CARY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O fickle and uncertain march
Last Line: Are underneath the snow!
Subject(s): Crocuses; March (month); Plants; Planting; Planters


MARCH DAY, 1941, by JOYCE GRENFELL    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Taut as a tent the heavenly dome is blue
Last Line: It will go on as it has done before.
Subject(s): March (month); Nature


MARCH DAYS, by RICHARD EUGENE BURTON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The world to-day is a nun in gray
Last Line: And april airs be here!
Subject(s): Dreams; Earth; Lakes; March (month); Spring; Nightmares; World; Pools; Ponds


MARCH FIELDS, by RICHARD EUGENE BURTON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Now shrink not from me for shamefacedness
Last Line: O sober fields of march, your mood is deep, divine!
Subject(s): March (month); Spring; Wind


MARCH IN NEW MEXICO, by ELIZABETH JANE COATSWORTH    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Coming home in the cold wind
Last Line: The trail is a love poem, a little stanza which the desert %wind will erase
Alternate Author Name(s): Beston, Henry, Mrs.
Subject(s): March (month); New Mexico


MARCH IS THE MONTH OF EXPECTATION, by EMILY DICKINSON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
Last Line: Betrays a boy
Subject(s): March (month)


MARCH MADNESS ON EDGEWATER HILL, by BEULAH ALLYNE BELL    Poem Text            
First Line: High winds and a storm brewing
Last Line: Bedlam out of the dawn!
Subject(s): March (month); Storms


MARCH MAGIC, by WILLIAM ALEXANDER PERCY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Once more the fickle birds return
Last Line: A magic wisp of moon.
Subject(s): Birds; Magic; March (month); Sea; Ocean


MARCH NIGHT, by LUNA CRAVEN OSBURN    Poem Text            
First Line: The world is bare
Last Line: The apple-wood fire's bright red.
Subject(s): March (month); Night; Sleet; Bedtime


MARCH NIGHTS, by SARA TEASDALE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The thin night wind is cold
Last Line: I have borne too many springs.
Alternate Author Name(s): Filsinger, Ernest B., Mrs.
Subject(s): March (month); Night; Bedtime


MARCH STARS, by INGEBORG BACHMANN    Poem Source            
First Line: Still it's too early for sowing. Fields
Last Line: We thrive or rot without a choice, %submitting to rain and also, at last, the light
Subject(s): March (month)


MARCH THE 3RD, by PHILIP EDWARD THOMAS    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Here again (she said) is march the third
Last Line: Since now we know how lucky we are
Alternate Author Name(s): Eastaway, Edward; Thomas, Edward
Subject(s): March (month)


MARCH THOUGHTS FROM ENGLAND, by MARGARET LOUISA WOODS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O that I were lying under the olives
Last Line: Rudel sing the lady of tripoli.
Alternate Author Name(s): Woods, Mrs. Margaret Louisa Bradley
Subject(s): England; March (month); Olive Trees And Olives; English


MARCH WEATHER, by JON SWAN    Poem Source            
First Line: I have believed too long in one thing
Last Line: We hear this excellent whipping of the winds
Subject(s): March (month)


MARCH WIND, by FRANCIS MCMILLEN    Poem Text            
First Line: Oh, this march wind, coming so soon before its time
Last Line: A wind well-fit to please the infant spring.
Subject(s): March (month); Wind


MARCH WIND, by HAZEL PARTRIDGE THORNE    Poem Text            
First Line: Here I come shrieking across the plain
Last Line: Naught but a playground made for me.
Subject(s): March (month); Wind


MARCH'S DAUGHTER, by MAUDE PHILIPS BOARD    Poem Text            
First Line: Sunny days, clear skies, and songbirds
Last Line: Shifts her mood at every whim.
Subject(s): March (month)


MARCH, MARCH, by ANNETTE WYNNE    Poem Text            
First Line: March, march, all the day
Last Line: March, march, march away!
Subject(s): March (month)


MARCH: A BIRTHDAY POEM, by JOHN UPDIKE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: My child as yet unborn, the doctors nod
Last Line: You, red and blind and blank, gulp the air
Subject(s): March (month)


MARCH: A BIRTHDAY POEM, by JOHN UPDIKE    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: My child as yet unborn, the doctors nod
Last Line: When on that day without a yesterday %you, red and blind andblank, gulp the air
Subject(s): March (month)


MARCH: A BULL ON THE HORIZON, by A. G. BECKMANN    Poem Text            
First Line: In the pale evening glacial yellow rims the west
Last Line: Impatient in the dusk to pass the seed of his perfection.
Subject(s): Bulls; March (month)


MARCH: AN ODE, by ALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Ere frost-flower and snow-blossom faded and fell, and the splendor of winter ha
Last Line: Of the winds of march.
Subject(s): March (month); Nature; Seasons; Time


MARCHA-MONTH, by THOMAS AUGUSTINE DALY    Poem Text            
First Line: Here ees com' da time of year
Last Line: "I am here!"
Alternate Author Name(s): Daly, T. A.
Subject(s): March (month)


MARZO PAZZO, by ALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Mad march, with the wind in his wings wide-spread
Last Line: Mad march.
Subject(s): April; March (month); Marriage; Roundels; Weddings; Husbands; Wives


MAY HAS SUCH A WINSOME WAY, by ANNETTE WYNNE    Poem Text            
Last Line: With her winsome way?
Subject(s): March (month)


MID-MARCH, by LIZETTE WOODWORTH REESE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: It is too early for white boughs, too late
Last Line: Plunged to the hilt into a pitch black cloud.
Subject(s): March (month)


MONICA PEVERIL TURNBULL, by NEWMAN HOWARD    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Once more wild march, her mantle shaken
Last Line: "for new buds' swelling."
Subject(s): Death; Dreams; March (month); Soul; Tears; Dead, The; Nightmares


NEVER MIND, MARCH, by ANNETTE WYNNE    Poem Text            
First Line: Never mind, march, we know
Last Line: To get the world ready for april and may
Subject(s): March (month)


ON A MARCH MORNING, by THOMAS AUGUSTINE DALY    Poem Text            
First Line: There's a tulip in this air
Last Line: God has passed this way.
Alternate Author Name(s): Daly, T. A.
Subject(s): March (month); Tulips


ONE MARCH DAY, by UNKNOWN    Poem Source            
First Line: As I went walking, one march day
Subject(s): March (month)


PASSING OF MARCH, by ROBERT BURNS WILSON    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: The braggart march stood in the season's
Subject(s): March (month); Nature


RETURN, by KENNETH SLADE ALLING    Poem Text            
First Line: March stirs and like a shaggy beast he shakes
Last Line: April: oh earth; let nothing now befall her.
Subject(s): April; March (month); Spring


RICHES, by ANNETTE WYNNE    Poem Text            
First Line: Glad heart, clear brain, clean hands
Last Line: That's happiness enough for you and me.
Subject(s): Children; March (month); Mothers; Childhood


SHEPHERD'S CALENDAR: MARCH, by JOHN CLARE    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: March month of 'many weathers' wildly comes
Last Line: Nor left to see tomorrows april flower
Subject(s): March (month)


SHEPHERD'S CALENDAR: MARCH - THE THAW, by JOHN CLARE    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: The eve drops dash wi pleasant noise
Last Line: Crouching to the whizzing storms
Subject(s): March (month)


SIERRA NEVADA IN MARCH, by HANS OSTROM    Poem Source            
First Line: What an ugly month. Nothing live
Subject(s): March (month); Sierra Nevada Mountains


SONG IN MARCH, by CLINTON SCOLLARD    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: I sing the first green leaf upon the bough
Subject(s): March (month); Nature


SONG IN MARCH, by WILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Now are the winds about us in their glee
Last Line: And march comes bringing flowers.
Subject(s): March (month)


SONG OF THE MONTHS: 3. MARCH, WINDS AND CLOUDS, by SARAH FLOWER ADAMS    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: A wizard is he!
Last Line: Lest april away her sweet life weep
Alternate Author Name(s): Adams, Sarah Fuller
Subject(s): March (month)


SONGS FOR MARCH: FUTILE, by BENJAMIN ROSENBAUM    Poem Text            
First Line: Over march fields, the wild geese fly
Last Line: In a dying song.
Subject(s): March (month)


SONNETS FOR FIVE SEASONS: THE CIRCLE, by ANNE STEVENSON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: It is imagination's white face remembers
Subject(s): March (month); Death; Dead, The


SONNETS OF THE MOTNHS: MARCH, by GIACOMO DI MICHELE    Poem Source            
First Line: In march I give you plentous fisheries
Alternate Author Name(s): Folgore Da San Gimignano; Di Michele, Giacomo
Subject(s): March (month)


SPRING CLEANING, by WINONA MONTGOMERY GILLILAND    Poem Text            
First Line: The wind of march blows clean; it prunes
Last Line: In april, cluttered with wintry thought.
Subject(s): March (month)


SPRING FANTASIES: 1. MAY DAY IN MARCH, by RICHARD EUGENE BURTON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: March with her madcap winds, march with her weather
Last Line: Twas ever anything on earth but may!
Subject(s): Faith; Fantasy; March (month); May (month); Seasons; Soul; Spring; Belief; Creed


SPRING: 1. MARCH, by DIANE HUETER    Poem Source            
First Line: The toad hunkers down again
Last Line: But the other asks: where? Where? I don't see anything?
Subject(s): March (month)


ST. PATRICK'S DAY, by ANNETTE WYNNE    Poem Text            
First Line: It seems to me st. Patrick's day
Last Line: And blossoms sleep beneath the snow.
Subject(s): Green (color); Ireland; March (month); St. Patrick's Day; Irish


THE BIG BLACK TRAWLER, by ALFRED NOYES    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The very best ship that ever I knew
Last Line: Oh, sing, my bullies, let the bullgine run.
Subject(s): March (month); Sea; Ships & Shipping; Singing & Singers; Ocean


THE BLUEBIRD, by RICHARD EUGENE BURTON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: In the very spring
Last Line: He is off, he is mutely whelmed in the southern haze!
Subject(s): Birds; Bluebirds; March (month); Singing & Singers; Spring; Songs


THE FIRST OF MARCH, by HORACE SMITH    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The bud is in the bough, and the leaf is in the bud
Last Line: O thou sunny first of march! Be it dedicate to thee.
Alternate Author Name(s): Smith, Horatio
Subject(s): Earth; Flowers; March (month); Peace; World


THE IDES OF MARCH, by DAVID LEHMAN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The origin of every fortune is a crime.
Subject(s): March (month)


THE MARCH THAW, by EDWIN CURRAN    Poem Text            
First Line: On - turgid, bellowing - tramp the freshet rills
Last Line: And busily polish up the earth's dull soul.
Subject(s): March (month)


THE MARCH WIND COMES, by ANNETTE WYNNE    Poem Text            
First Line: The march wind comes with a mighty sound
Last Line: And soon the bold wind will ride past
Subject(s): March (month); Wind


THE MILKY WAY, by ANNETTE WYNNE    Poem Text            
First Line: Once there was a little dream
Last Line: That's hanging up there still.
Subject(s): Cosmology; March (month); Night; Sky; Stars; Bedtime


THE POET'S CALENDAR: MARCH, by HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I martius am! Once first, and now the third!
Last Line: And drown the farms and hamlets with my rains.
Subject(s): March (month)


THE SHEPHEARDES CALENDER: MARCH, by EDMUND SPENSER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Thomalin, why sytten we soe
Last Line: Yts time to hast us homeward.
Alternate Author Name(s): Clout, Colin
Subject(s): Love; March (month); Spring


THE TRAVELLER, by JOHN DRINKWATER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: When march was master of furrow and fold
Last Line: "the gate is open -- be quick, be quick."
Subject(s): Daffodils; March (month); Spring


THE WIND OF MARCH, by JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Up from the sea the wild north wind is blowing
Last Line: The healing of the spring.
Subject(s): March (month); Wind


THE WINDS OF MARCH, by ANNETTE WYNNE    Poem Text            
First Line: The winds of march are wild and strong
Last Line: But april-time was made for them!
Subject(s): March (month); Wind


THE WINDY DAY, by ANNETTE WYNNE    Poem Text            
First Line: The wind was very bad that day
Last Line: And never came again that day.
Subject(s): March (month); Storms; Wind


TIRED OF SNOW, by ANNETTE WYNNE    Poem Text            
First Line: The world is tired of snow
Last Line: We want to welcome spring!
Subject(s): March (month); Snow; Winter


TO MARCH, by NAOMI LONG (WITHERSPOON) MADGETT    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Farewell, march, I shall miss you
Last Line: When you're gone
Subject(s): March (month)


TO MY SISTER, by WILLIAM WORDSWORTH    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: It is the first mild day of march
Last Line: We'll give to idleness.
Variant Title(s): A Change In The Year;lines (written At A Small Distance From My House)
Subject(s): March (month); Sisters; Spring; Wordsworth, Dorothy (1771-1855)


TO THE MARCH WIND, by EARL F. HUGHES    Poem Text            
First Line: You search the mighty forest through
Last Line: And leaves a cheerful home.
Subject(s): March (month); Wind


TO THE MARCH WINDS, by CHARLES LOUIS HENRY WAGNER    Poem Text            
First Line: Blow, ye march winds,--blow fiendish-like, blow
Last Line: I'll come, yes, I 'll come and be free.
Subject(s): March (month); Wind


TO THE QUIET OBSERVER, by JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Dear old friend of us all in need
Last Line: But all good things.
Alternate Author Name(s): Johnson Of Boone, Benj. F.
Subject(s): Birds; Friendship; March (month)


TWILIGHT IN MARCH, by RALPH W. WESTCOTT    Poem Text            
First Line: Guarding the dusky hilltop bare and bold
Last Line: Three gaunt pines creak and shiver in the cold.
Subject(s): March (month)


VERSE ON MARCH AND APRIL WEATHER, THE BORROWING DAYS (1), by UNKNOWN    Poem Source            
First Line: Match borrowed from april
Last Line: And freezes the wee bird's neb to the stane
Subject(s): April; March (month)


VERSE ON MARCH AND APRIL WEATHER, THE BORROWING DAYS (1), by UNKNOWN    Poem Source            
First Line: March said to averil
Last Line: The silly hoggs cam' hirplin hame
Subject(s): April; March (month)


VIOLETS IN SAINT MARK'S SQUARE, by DIEGO VALERI    Poem Source            
First Line: That face so faintly colored
Last Line: In new-come march
Subject(s): Flowers; March (month); Violets


WHEN THE GREENNESS IS COME AGAIN, by WILLIAM SHARP    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The west wind lifts the plumes of the fir
Last Line: The good green world.
Alternate Author Name(s): Macleod, Fiona
Subject(s): March (month); Spring; Wind


WHITE HEN, by FREDERICK R. MCCREARY    Poem Text            
First Line: Then the wind-ruffled white hen of march
Last Line: Cool-handed april and may!
Subject(s): April; Chickens; Hens; March (month); May (month)


WRITTEN IN MARCH, by WILLIAM WORDSWORTH    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The cock is crowing
Last Line: The rain is over and gone!
Variant Title(s): Lines Written In March;a March Landscape;march;the Merry Month Of March
Subject(s): Hope; March (month); Optimism


YOUTH, by LUCY KENT    Poem Text            
First Line: The suddenness of life was mine
Last Line: Was like a shoulder in the breeze.
Subject(s): Life; March (month); Rain; Windows; Youth