One Art by Elizabeth Bishop is my favorite (well one of them anyway). Introduced to me by my high school English teacher, this poem has always resonated with me. What's your favorite?
  1. Suggested by   @amandagracehua
  2. Don't Go Far Off by Pablo Neruda
    Suggested by   @KNW
  3. Wynken, Blynken and Nod by Eugene Field
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  4. @KNW ^ Reminds me of Dennis the Menace every time 👍
  5. The Portrait by Stanley Kunitz
    Suggested by   @theranman
  6. Dreams by Langston Hughes
    Suggested by   @chacal
  7. My heart- Stephan crane
    Suggested by   @Charlie_Chester
  8. Suggested by   @kiraandlulu
  9. Robert Frost - Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
    Suggested by   @MatthewAlmont
  10. Wild Geese
    Mary Oliver
    Suggested by   @jannychan
  11. To an athlete dying young
    Suggested by   @KristenW27
  12. Did my own list here: FAVOURITE POEMS
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  13. Bo Burnham
    Suggested by   @sallie
  14. Dulcet et Decorum Est (Wilfred Owen)
    Introduced to me at school been moved by it ever since As a passionate historian it is both a great poem but also an utterly moving insight into a world thankfully I have never had to experience. If anyone thinks war is glorious they should read this poem.
    Suggested by   @Waddy