here ItOpens - Poems by Poet starting with C
Joseph Campbell
 The Old WomanAs a white candle
 The AntiquaryIf you would learn
Lewis Carroll
 Father William'You are old, Father William,' the young man said,
 The Lobster Quadrille"Will you walk a little faster?" said a whiting to a snail,
Christopher Caudwell
 Classic EncounterArrived upon the downs of asphodel
G K Chesterton
 The Secret PeopleSmile at us,pay us,pass us; but do not quite forget
 The Rolling English RoadBefore the Roman came to Rye or out to Severn strode
 Gold LeavesLo! I am come to autumn
John Cooper Clarke
 (I Married A) Monster From Outer SpaceThe milky way she walks around All feet firmly off the ground
Leonard Cohen
 You Do Not Have To Love MeYou do not have to love me just because you are all the women I have ever wanted
Padraic Colum
 MonkeysTwo little creatures
Frances Cornford
 The Coast: NorfolkAs on the highway's quiet edge
 The WatchI wakened on my hot, hard bed
 The Coast : NorfolkAs on the highway's quiet edge
 All Soul's NightMy love came back to me
John Cowper Powys
 In a Hotel Writing-RoomWe artists have strange nerves
Iain Crichton Smith
 Old WomanAnd she, being old, fed from a mashed plate
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