here ItOpens - Poems by Poet starting with S
V Sackville-West
 CraftsmenAll craftsmen share a knowledge. They have held
Siegfried Sassoon
 AttackAt dawn the ridge emerges massed and dun
 AttackAt dawn the ridge emerges massed and dun
 The General'Good-morning; good-morning!' the General said
 Falling AsleepVoices moving about in the quiet house
 Everyone SangEveryone suddenly burst out singing
 Sporting AcquantancesI watched old squating Chimpanzee: he traced
 'When I'm alone' - the words tripped off his tongue
 Two Old LadiesHere's an old lady, almost ninety-one
Stevie Smith
 ValuableAll these illegitimate babies...
 Away, MelancholyAway, melancholy
 Not Waving But DrowningNobody heard him, the dead man, But still he lay moaning: I was much further out than you thought And not waving but drowning.
Stephen Spender
 Acts passed beyond the boundary of mere wishing
Sir John Squire
 Winter NightfallThe old yellow stucco
 The StockyardDid you go at all to Chicago?
Oliver St John Gogarty
 RingsendI will live in ringsend
 Farrell O'ReillyYou, Farrell O' Reilly, I feared as a boy
James Stephens
 Seamus BegA man was sitting underneath a tree
 The CageIt Tried to get from out the cage
 A Glass of BeerThe Lanky hank of a she in the inn over their
T Sturge Moore
 On Harting DownOnce, when their hearts were wild with joy
J M Synge
 A QuestionI asked if I got sick and died, would you
 WinterThere's snow in every street
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