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Poetry Texts and Worksheets
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These are our free printable poems, several of which are accompanied by worksheets and other enrichment activities. Click on any selection to print. If you are looking for poem worksheets to use with younger children, please click here.
Bradstreet, Anne. The Vanity of All Worldly Things
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. A Child Asleep
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. A Curse for a Nation
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. A Dead Rose
Dunbar, Paul Laurence. When Dey 'Listed Colored Soldiers
Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Concord Hymn
Key, Francis Scott. The Star Spangled Banner (Defence of Fort McHenry)
Moore, Clement Clarke. 'Twas the Night Before Christmas - Printable featuring the famous poem, originally called "A Visit from St. Nicholas," by Clement Clarke Moore (1823)
Stevenson, Robert Louis. Happy Thought
Stevenson, Robert Louis. Time to Rise
Taylor, Edward. Am I Thy Gold? Or Purse, Lord, for Thy Wealth
Taylor, Edward. Housewifery
Taylor, Edward. I Kenning through Astronomy Divine
Taylor, Edward. Our Insufficiency to Praise God Suitably for His Mercy
Taylor, Edward. The Accusation of the Inward Man
Taylor, Edward. The Joy of Church Fellowship Rightly Attended
Taylor, Edward. The Outward Man Accused
Taylor, Edward. The Preface
Taylor, Edward. Thy Human Frame, My Glorious Lord, I Spy
Taylor, Edward. Upon a Spider Catching a Fly
Tennyson, Alfred Lord. The Charge of the Light Brigade
Yeats, William Butler. Easter, 1916
Yeats, William Butler. The Stolen Child
Poetry enriches our lives by capturing the essence of human emotions and experiences in a few poignant lines. It enhances our understanding of language, evokes deep feelings, and fosters empathy by connecting us to diverse perspectives. Through its rhythm and imagery, poetry inspires creativity, introspection, and a profound appreciation for beauty in the everyday.
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