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A SEASHORE IDYL, by ELLEN W. CUNNINGHAM    Poem Text            
First Line: Atlantic, by the sea we stand
Last Line: Alluding to the wild—wild waves.
Subject(s): Atlantic Ocean; Sea; Waves; Ocean


A WAVE OF PROGRESS', by AMOS RUSSEL WELLS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The wave moves on; the water stays behind
Last Line: And fiow more largely when its fount has died
Subject(s): Waves


AROMAS, by MARJORIE AGOSIN    Poem Source            
First Line: We could have been happy
Last Line: Everything the fragrance of waves
Subject(s): Love; Romance; Seashore; Waves


AT THE OCEAN HE STUDIES THE WAVES, by STEPHEN DOBYNS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: At the ocean he studied the waves how they built and broke
Last Line: That filled the spaces between knowledge and unknowing
Subject(s): Waves


BREAKERS OF THE OCEAN, by MINAMOTO SANETOMO    Poem Source            
Last Line: They crash upon the shore
Subject(s): Waves


BY THE SEA, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: "slowly, steadily, under the moon"
Last Line: Forever and ever his will be done
Subject(s): Sea;waves; Ocean


DARIEN, by ELIZABETH SEWELL HILL    Poem Text            
First Line: The waves swing hushed to the blue sky-line
Last Line: The double world grows one—at darien!
Subject(s): Sailing & Sailors; Sea; Sea Voyages; Storms; Waves; Seamen; Sails; Ocean


DOVER BEACH' - A NOTE TO THAT POEM, by ARCHIBALD MACLEISH    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The wave withdrawing
Alternate Author Name(s): Fleming, Archibald
Subject(s): Arnold, Matthew (1822-1888); Middle Age; Poetry & Poets; Waves


DOVER BEACH' - A NOTE TO THAT POEM, by ARCHIBALD MACLEISH    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The wave withdrawing
Alternate Author Name(s): Fleming, Archibald
Subject(s): Arnold, Matthew (1822-1888); Middle Age; Poetry & Poets; Waves


DOVER BEACH' - A NOTE TO THAT POEM, by ARCHIBALD MACLEISH    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: The wave withdrawing
Last Line: Let them go over us all I say with the thunder of %what's to be next in the world. It's we will be u
Alternate Author Name(s): Fleming, Archibald
Subject(s): Arnold, Matthew (1822-1888); Middle Age; Poetry And Poets; Waves


DRAMA IN THE PORT, by JOAN SALVAT-PAPASSEIT    Poem Source            
First Line: Slosh of ocean
Last Line: Beyond the harbor the seagulls rest
Subject(s): Birds; Gulls; Immigrants; Sea Voyages; Thunder; Waves


DREAM OF LIFE, by MARY ELIZABETH BROOKS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I heard the music of the wave
Last Line: Thus woke his wassail song --
Alternate Author Name(s): Norna; Aikin, Mary Elizath
Subject(s): Waves; Ships & Shipping; Dreams; Nightmares


ENCOUNTER, by LOUISE TOWNSEND NICHOLL    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Let life flow on and over me
Last Line: I can be quiet.
Subject(s): Waves


ERIE WATERS, by EMILY PAULINE JOHNSON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A dash of yellow sand
Last Line: With flying clouds and tossing gulls that weave and interlace.
Alternate Author Name(s): Tekahionwake
Subject(s): Sailing & Sailors; Sea; Waves; Wind; Seamen; Sails; Ocean


FIGURING IT ALL UP, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: The captain strode the quarter deck
Last Line: The old arithmetic?
Subject(s): Battleships;disasters;sea;shipwrecks;war;waves; Ocean


FOAM STRAY, by JOSEPH AUSLANDER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: She wears white like a wave
Last Line: Set on a white sea.
Subject(s): Sea; Waves; Ocean


FRENCHMAN'S BAY, by EDWARD BLISS REED    Poem Text            
First Line: Sudden and swift the mountains rise
Last Line: I follow the restless sea.
Subject(s): Sea; Waves; Ocean


FROM THE CABRILLO AT SANTA BARBARA, by EMILY WILSON SANDER    Poem Text            
First Line: One by one the white cohorts advance
Last Line: In the sun, with garlands in her hair.
Subject(s): Mountains; Seashore; Waves; Hills; Downs (great Britain); Beach; Coast; Shore


FROM THE WAVE, by THOMSON WILLIAM GUNN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: It mounts at sea, a concave wall
Alternate Author Name(s): Gunn, Thom
Subject(s): Waves


FROM THE WAVE, by THOMSON WILLIAM GUNN    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: It mounts at sea, a concave wall
Last Line: Then all swim out to wait until %the right waves gather
Alternate Author Name(s): Gunn, Thom
Subject(s): Waves


GOD OF THE SEA GREETS BRAN IN THE LAND OF THE WAVES, by SEAMUS HEANEY    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Bran is astonished at the beauty of the waters
Last Line: We cannot imagine debility; we %are unmarked by guilt
Subject(s): Sea; Water; Waves


HEART O' BEAUTY, by WILLIAM SHARP    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O where are thy white hands, heart o' beauty?
Last Line: Heart o' beauty!
Alternate Author Name(s): Macleod, Fiona
Subject(s): Beauty; Hands; Hearts; Waves; White (color)


HOW EVERYTHING HAPPENS (BASED ON A STUDY OF THE WAVE), by MAY SWENSON    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Happen
Last Line: Something %then
Subject(s): Waves


IN THE DARK FOREST THE WHISPER', by KENNETH REXROTH    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
Last Line: Of a million waves
Subject(s): Forests; Leaves; Waves


IN THE NIGHT, by WILLIAM SHARP    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O wind, why break in idle pain
Last Line: This thing that hath no grave.
Alternate Author Name(s): Macleod, Fiona
Subject(s): Hearts; Immortality; Pain; Waves; Wind; Suffering; Misery


IN THE YARD FACING THE OCEAN: A ROOTS COMPOSITION, by CLARENCE MAJOR    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Below the surface of the sea a place full of jawless and boneless
Last Line: Are leaving in the morning
Subject(s): California; Seashore; Swimming; Water; Waves


LIMITLESS SUPPLY, by ALICE TROXWELL MCCOUN    Poem Text            
First Line: How often have I watched an ocean wave
Last Line: Then lay our garnered fruitage at his feet.
Subject(s): Seashore; Waves; Beach; Coast; Shore


LONELY HARBOR, by HELEN EVELYN WILLIAMS    Poem Text            
First Line: We used to walk the wave-washed shore
Last Line: Is always there for me!
Subject(s): Harbors; Sea; Waves; Ocean


MELVILLE ON THE BEACH, by MICHAEL COFFEY    Poem Source            
First Line: Pounding, again, assurances of the surf
Last Line: And the sea is full of syllables
Subject(s): Seashore; Surfing; Waves


MUSINGS, by MICHAEL J. CAMPIONE    Poem Text            
First Line: Have ever you sat by a midnight shore
Last Line: Were always, and will always be?
Subject(s): Seashore; Water; Waves; Beach; Coast; Shore


NAVAL PHOTOGRAPH: 25 OCTOBER 1942: WHAT THE HAND, by DAVID BOTTOMS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Reports of a japanese surface presence
Last Line: Toward the camera, toward us, for all of the reasons anyone waves.
Subject(s): Navy - United States; Photography & Photographers; Waves; World War Ii; American Navy; Second World War


NIGHT FISHING IN THE SOUND, by ELEANOR WILNER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The sound is dark; you can barely hear
Last Line: Safe, into the cauldron of dawn.
Alternate Author Name(s): Wilner, Eleanor Rand
Subject(s): Dawn; Fish & Fishing; Sea; Water; Waves; Sunrise; Ocean


NOVEMBER SURF, by ROBINSON JEFFERS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Some lucky day each november great waves awake and are drawn
Subject(s): Waves


NOVEMBER SURF, by ROBINSON JEFFERS    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Some lucky day each november great waves awake and are drawn
Last Line: The dignity of room, the volume of rareness
Subject(s): Waves


OCEANS, by JUAN RAMON JIMENEZ    Poem Source            
First Line: I have a feeling that my boat
Last Line: And are we standing now, quietly, in the new life
Subject(s): Disasters; Sea; Shipwrecks; Waves


ON BEING IDOLIZED, by ROBERT FROST    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The wave sucks back and with the last of water
Last Line: Like the ideal of some mistaken lover.
Subject(s): Waves


ON MEMORIAL DAY, by EMMA BERGSTROM    Poem Text            
First Line: I have no graves to decorate on this day
Last Line: Beneath the waves—the graves where I can place no flower.
Subject(s): Funerals - At Sea; Graves; Holidays; Memorial Day; Waves; Burials At Sea; Tombs; Tombstones; Declaration Day


ON THE OREGON COAST; FOR WILLIAM STAFFORD, by ROBERT BLY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The waves come -- the large fourth wave
Last Line: And figure out what to say to our children.
Subject(s): Courage; Legacies; Transience; Waves; Valor; Bravery; Impermanence


POEM IN THE WAVE, by MATTHEW JOY    Poem Source            
First Line: Beams of sunlight %penetrate clouds
Last Line: Kaleidoscope of fascinations %from the sea
Subject(s): High School Students; Light; Sea; Teenagers; Waves


POOLS, by MARJORIE AGOSIN    Poem Source            
First Line: When jose daniel %says water
Last Line: The perfect sound %of the sea
Subject(s): Peace; Seashore; Water; Waves


PRESENCE, by MARJORIE AGOSIN    Poem Source            
First Line: Glance of a star, humid and tepid
Last Line: Whatever is reborn %to be undone %in water
Subject(s): Love; Presence; Seashore; Water; Waves


RECKONINGS, by CHRISTOPHER MERRILL    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: God, what a feeling! We declared
Last Line: The waves were bigger now: one carried a contestant %miles down the beach, then left him churning in
Subject(s): Competition; Elections; Seashore; Surfing; Water; Waves


REGATTA, by IVAN SWIFT    Poem Text            
First Line: We have heard the roll of the signal - gun!
Last Line: We've heard our signal-gun!
Subject(s): Competition; Surfing; Track Athletics; Waves; Wind; Running Races; Pole Vaulting; Discus Throwing; Shot Putting; Running Hurdles


RIDDLE, by ELIZABETH GARRETT    Poem Source            
First Line: I am the difficult silk that slides from your grasp
Last Line: I am relinquishment and eternal theft, %I am a gesture of greeting and farewell
Subject(s): Riddles; Waves


RILL OF THE HOUSE OF LUANS, by P'EI TI    Poem Source            
First Line: The river's voice with whispers to the distant shore
Last Line: A white heron shrieks then dives
Subject(s): Rivers; Seashore; Waves; Zen Buddhism


RISING, by RUTH STONE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: In the government offices the rules and regulations
Last Line: That the house is going out with the tide.
Subject(s): Birds; Erosion; Gulls; Seashore; Waves; Seagulls; Beach; Coast; Shore


RIVER, by MANUEL JOSE OTHON    Poem Source            
First Line: With graceful waves, ye waters, frolic free
Last Line: The laughter of the naiads is my song
Subject(s): Rivers; Waves


ROGUE WAVE, by RICHARD FOERSTER    Poem Source            
First Line: This morning near my house, a wave swept up
Last Line: Struck, lit only by a klieg-lamp's narrow gaze
Subject(s): Death - Children; Disappeared Persons; Grief; Sea Gulls; Seashore; Storms; Waves


SAILING, by DOROTHY ALLEN    Poem Text            
First Line: Swiftly cutting through the water
Last Line: Nor sigh; but sing and laugh with me.
Subject(s): Boats; Play; Sailing & Sailors; Sports; Waves; Seamen; Sails


SALUTE TO DONALD DAVIE, by ELEANOR WILNER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Imagine david, how a single
Last Line: Though only for a visit.
Alternate Author Name(s): Wilner, Eleanor Rand
Subject(s): England; Hunting; Sea; Ships & Shipping; Waves; English; Hunters; Ocean


SAN BLAS, by BILL YAKE    Poem Source            
First Line: No moon no motors only a man
Last Line: And the white eyebrows of broken waves hiss- %and rise again again and once again
Subject(s): Calm; Singing And Singers; Waves


SAND CASTLE, by RICHARD ALLEN TAYLOR    Poem Source            
First Line: Perhaps your theory is correct
Last Line: Huge waves rising in the distance
Subject(s): Castles; Love; Romance; Seashore; Waves


SHOCK WAVES, by EAMON GRENNAN    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Sunflower seeds, stone walls, eyes in hiding, phantasmagoria
Last Line: With longing, the hard clear stars saying the way
Subject(s): Waves


SHORE LINE, by CARL RAKOSI    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: We speak of mankind.
Alternate Author Name(s): Rawley, Callmann
Subject(s): Waves; Boats & Boating; Fathers & Sons


SHORELINES, by MICHAEL DAVID RILEY    Poem Source            
First Line: No wonder waves roll
Last Line: A sigh, a letting go %like breath
Subject(s): Seashore; Waves


SKETCH, by ANNE MILLAY BREMER    Poem Text            
First Line: Crooked gnarled cedars fringe grey sea
Last Line: More, more, more!
Subject(s): Seashore; Waves; Beach; Coast; Shore


SONG OF THE WAVE, by ROBERT FROST    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Rolling, rolling, o'er the deep
Last Line: Then the wave's short life is o'er.
Subject(s): Waves


SQUALL OFF SANDY HOOK, by WILLIAM LAWRENCE CHITTENDEN    Poem Text            
First Line: High o'er the bowsprit flies the brine
Last Line: Chugs under our keel -- good-night! Good-night!
Alternate Author Name(s): Chittenden, Larry
Subject(s): Waves


STILLING THE WAVES, by LUCRETIA MARIA DAVIDSON    Poem Text            
First Line: And he arose and rebuked the wind, and said unto the sea, 'peace, be still!'
Last Line: "this is his sacred mandate, ""peace, be still!"
Subject(s): Waves


STORM-WAVES AND FOG ON DORR'S POINT, BAR HARBOR, by SILAS WEIR MITCHELL    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The fog's gray curtain round me draws
Last Line: And then no more.
Subject(s): Fog; Harbors; Sea; Storms; Waves; Haze; Ocean


SUN SPOTS, by LAURA D. NICHOLS    Poem Source            
First Line: A yellow snake senses heat %and sheds skin in a rock crevice
Last Line: Passing through close coral %in and out of sun spots
Subject(s): Heat; Seashore; Sun; Waves


SURF, by ISRAEL NEWMAN    Poem Text            
First Line: Sea-ache, and sea-scent, and the welter of white
Last Line: Of wave-heaps trailing tresses drowned in green!
Subject(s): Sea; Seashore; Surfing; Water; Waves; Ocean; Beach; Coast; Shore


TENTH ANNIVERSARY, by RALPH SNEEDEN    Poem Source            
First Line: A wave would rise, thin to translucence
Last Line: Of gulls vicious, crazy with hope above the rising net
Subject(s): Holidays; Veterans Day; Waves


THE BEACH, by EILEEN MYLES    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Economically, not
Subject(s): Waves; Colors


THE DAEMON, SELECTION, by MIKHAIL YUREVICH LERMONTOV    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: On the sightless seas of ether
Last Line: And indifferent as they.
Alternate Author Name(s): Lermontov, Mikhail Yuryevich
Subject(s): Disasters; Sea; Waves; Ocean


THE FAIR WATERS OF DREAM, by MARIE DE REGNIER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: By the fair waters of asia, in a green countryside
Last Line: The stroke gone by.
Alternate Author Name(s): D'houville, Gerard; Heredia, Marie De
Subject(s): Dreams; Fountains; Shadows; Water; Waves; Nightmares


THE GROUND SWELL, by REGINALD HEBER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: How soft the shades of evening creep
Last Line: Their hearts throb silently!
Subject(s): Sea; Waves; Ocean


THE MAIN DEEP, by JAMES STEPHENS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The long, rolling, / steady-pouring
Last Line: ...Hush -- hushing....
Variant Title(s): The Main-deep
Subject(s): Sea; Waves; Ocean


THE MERMAIDS, by GWYNNE ABBOTT    Poem Text            
First Line: Away with the blast of the wind that blows
Last Line: And the waves carry off the rest.
Subject(s): Mermaids & Mermen; Sea; Waves; Ocean


THE PHANTOM LINER, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: The fog lay deep on georges bank
Last Line: Into the fog again
Subject(s): Fog;seashore;ships - Abandoning Of;tides;waves; Haze;beach;coast;shore


THE POND, by JOHN BYROM    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Once on a time a certain man was found
Last Line: You change the name but realize the fate.
Subject(s): Lakes; Waves; Pools; Ponds


THE RIGHT WAVE, by JOHN HOLLANDER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Emerging from the last, spent
Last Line: Is believing in the right wave
Subject(s): Waves


THE SEA BIRD TO THE WAVE, by PADRAIC COLUM    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: On and on / o white brother!
Last Line: Art thou gone!
Subject(s): Birds; Sea; Waves; Ocean


THE SEA DREAM, by WILLIAM ROSE BENET    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Tonight the loud waters, the loud and crying waters
Last Line: Cities, sea-dreaming through the night!
Subject(s): Mermaids & Mermen; Sea; Silence; Water; Waves; Ocean


THE SONG OF GLAUCUS, by LAURENT TAILHEDE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The sea! How blue, far off, the sonorous sea!
Last Line: Will watch a long time if I do not come.
Subject(s): Sea; Seaweed; Singing & Singers; Water; Waves; Ocean


THE SONGS OF MALDOROR: 9, by ISIDORE LUCIEN DUCASSE    Poem Text            
First Line: I intend, unemotionally, to declaim aloud the cold and serious strophe
Last Line: Ancient ocean!
Alternate Author Name(s): Lautremont, Le Compte De
Subject(s): Sea; Waves; Youth; Ocean


THE SPIRIT OF THE NORTH, by OSCAR WILLIAMS    Poem Text            
First Line: The sea blood slumbering in our veins
Last Line: That the old north spirit moves again.
Subject(s): North, The; Seashore; Waves; Beach; Coast; Shore


THE UNKNOWN HAVEN, by OLIVER MURRAY EDWARDS    Poem Text            
First Line: Break, o waves of ocean
Last Line: On some distant strand.
Subject(s): Boats; Sailing & Sailors; Sea; Water; Waves; Seamen; Sails; Ocean


THE VOICE OF THE SEA, by GEORGE WILLIAM RUSSELL    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The sea was hoary, hoary
Last Line: O fallen star of morn?
Alternate Author Name(s): A. E.
Subject(s): Sea; Waves; Ocean


THE VOICE OF THE WAVES, by FELICIA DOROTHEA HEMANS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Answer, ye chiming waves
Last Line: A loftier doom is ours!
Alternate Author Name(s): Browne, Felicia Dorothea
Subject(s): Waves


THE WAVE, by SARA TEASDALE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I stood on the shore of the world
Last Line: Vanished into the air.
Alternate Author Name(s): Filsinger, Ernest B., Mrs.
Subject(s): Love - Nature Of; Waves


THE WAVE, by CHRISTOPH AUGUST TIEDGE    Poem Text            
First Line: Whither, thou turbid wave?
Last Line: "of the muddy banks of time."
Subject(s): Life; Waves


THE WAVE, by MARK TURBYFILL    Poem Text            
First Line: The wave stretches its instant body
Last Line: But not for flight.
Subject(s): Sea; Waves; Ocean


THE WAVES, by BAYARD TAYLOR    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Children are we
Last Line: Sorrows and hopes of earth!
Alternate Author Name(s): Taylor, James Bayard
Subject(s): Earth; Grief; Heaven; Sea; Waves; World; Sorrow; Sadness; Paradise; Ocean


THE WAVES AT MIDNIGHT; THE CLIFFS, NEWPORT, by SILAS WEIR MITCHELL    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Seen in the night by / their snows, as they crush
Last Line: Wail, crushed at an answerless cliff-wall for me.
Subject(s): Newport, Rhode Island; Sea; Waves; Ocean


THE WAVES WHICH CAME DOWN FROM THE EDGE OF SKY, by WILLIAM JAY SMITH    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
Subject(s): Waves


THE WRECK OF THE BARQUE 'WM. PATERSON,' OF LIVERPOOL, by WILLIAM MCGONAGALL    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Ye landsmen all attend my verse, and I'll tell to ye a tale
Last Line: "and in particular for fetching the crew of the ""wm. Paterson"" safe to dundee"
Subject(s): Disasters; Hurricanes; Sailing & Sailors; Sea; Shipwrecks; Waves; Ocean


THERE ARE BIG WAVES, by ELEANOR FARJEON    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
Subject(s): Waves


THIS SPACE, by RUTH STONE    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Rushing past us
Last Line: Within the irresistible vector %of the ocean's pull
Subject(s): Earth; Sea; Waves


THREE WASH DRAWINGS: 3. HOUND OF THE SEA, by WINIFRED WALDRON    Poem Text            
First Line: The wind is the great white hound of the sea
Last Line: Leaping at the running mountain-tops of foam!
Subject(s): Sea; Waves; Ocean


TIDAL WAVE, by SANDRA M. GILBERT    Poem Source            
First Line: That topped me
Last Line: Years out of their reach
Subject(s): Sea; Tidal Waves


TOWARDS DEMOCRACY: PART 3. AFTER THE DAY'S WORK, by EDWARD CARPENTER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Passing by,passing by all exteriors
Last Line: Waves.
Subject(s): Death; Drowning; Sea; Waves; Dead, The; Ocean


TWO POINTS OF VIEW, by FRANCES RIDLEY HAVERGAL    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Terrible waves! In fierce, unearthly chorus
Last Line: The once-dark waves gleam bright—each loss appears a gain.
Subject(s): Death; Sea; Storms; Waves; Dead, The; Ocean


WAVE (DISSECTED), by DENNIS HINRICHSEN    Poem Source            
First Line: Is no less remarkable
Last Line: It all %with measureless silk
Subject(s): Water; Waves


WAVE DANCE SONG, by RICHARD DEHMEL    Poem Text            
First Line: I tossed a rose into the sea
Last Line: On the foam, and the green sea, the sea--
Subject(s): Waves


WAVE THEORY, by DENNIS HINRICHSEN    Poem Source            
First Line: Blue and silver at first
Last Line: In the new mexico desert sculpted with waves, %feels married to water
Subject(s): Waves


WAVE, WAVE, WAVE, by ANNETTE WYNNE    Poem Text            
Last Line: For you and liberty!
Subject(s): Waves


WAVES, by RALPH WALDO EMERSON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: All day the waves assailed the rock
Last Line: And breaks the glass of time.
Subject(s): Time; Waves


WAVES, by DAVID ST. JOHN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: After the disenchantment
Subject(s): Waves


WAVES, by DAVID ST. JOHN    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: After the disenchantment
Last Line: With an abstract of bloody waves
Subject(s): Waves


WE SEND THE WAVE TO FIND THE WAVE, by EMILY DICKINSON                Poet's Biography
Last Line: The sagest time to dam the sea is when the sea is gone
Variant Title(s): Poem: 1604; Poem: 164
Subject(s): Sea; Waves


WHERE LEAPS THE STE. MARIE, by EMILY PAULINE JOHNSON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: What dream you in the night-time
Last Line: Then, your aftermath of sleep.
Alternate Author Name(s): Tekahionwake
Subject(s): Sea; Waves; Ocean


WHITE HORSES, by IRENE F. PAWSEY    Poem Source            
First Line: Far out at sea
Subject(s): Waves


WHO BADE THE WAVES, by JOHN PEPPER CLARK    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Who bade the wavs, like horsemen of bornu, stop
Last Line: All boiling with stone
Alternate Author Name(s): Clark-bekederemo, J. P.; Clark, J. P.
Subject(s): Disasters; Earthquakes; Seashore; Tides; Waves


WITH GLEAMING SAIL, by EVELYN GAIL GARDINER    Poem Text            
First Line: Speeding before the gale
Last Line: Who would be other than gayest of gay?
Subject(s): Play; Sailing & Sailors; Sports; Waves; Seamen; Sails