Poetry

Amy Lowell

 
Over the shop where silk is sold
Still the dragon kites are flying.
 

Poems by This Author

A London Thoroughfare. 2 A.M. by Amy Lowell
They have watered the street,
A Lover by Amy Lowell
If I could catch the green lantern of the firefly
Astigmatism by Amy Lowell
The Poet took his walking-stick
Autumn by Amy Lowell
They brought me a quilled, yellow dahlia
Carrefour by Amy Lowell
O You
Opal by Amy Lowell
You are ice and fire,
Pyrotechnics by Amy Lowell
Our meeting was like the upward swish of a rocket
Red Slippers by Amy Lowell
Red slippers in a shop-window; and outside in the street
Spring Day [Bath] by Amy Lowell
The day is fresh-washed and fair
Summer by Amy Lowell
Some men there are who find in nature all
Superstition by Amy Lowell
I have painted a picture of a ghost
The Congressional Library [excerpt] by Amy Lowell
Where else in all America are we so symbolized
The Letter by Amy Lowell
Little cramped words scrawling all over the paper
The Taxi by Amy Lowell
When I go away from you
Vernal Equinox by Amy Lowell
The scent of hyacinths, like a pale mist, lies between me and my book


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