Collected Poems

Among the numerous literary works titled Collected Poems are the following:

  • Collected Poems (Chinua Achebe) by Chinua Achebe
  • Collected Poems 1957-1982 (Wendell Berry) by Wendell Berry
  • Collected Poems (Kay Boyle) by Kay Boyle
  • Collected Poems (Robert Browning) by Robert Browning
  • Collected Poems (Caudwell) by Christopher Caudwell
  • Collected Poems (Thomas Hardy) by Thomas Hardy
  • Collected Poems (Ted Hughes) by Ted Hughes
  • Collected Poems – 1988 edition (Philip Larkin) by Philip Larkin
  • Collected Poems – 2003 edition (Philip Larkin) by Philip Larkin
  • Collected Poems (Primo Levi) by Primo Levi
  • Collected Poems (H. P. Lovecraft) by H. P. Lovecraft
  • Collected Poems (Hugh MacDiarmid) by Hugh MacDiarmid
  • Collected Poems (Marianne Moore) by Marianne Moore
  • Collected Poems (Shaw Neilson) by Shaw Neilson
  • The Collected Poems (Sylvia Plath) by Sylvia Plath
  • Collected Poems (Wallace Stevens) by Wallace Stevens
  • Collected Poems (Richard L. Tierney) by Richard L. Tierney

Famous quotes containing the words collected and/or poems:

    The difference is wide that the sheets will not decide.
    English proverb, collected in John Ray, English Proverbs (1670)

    Some poems are for holidays only. They are polished and sweet, but it is the sweetness of sugar, and not such as toil gives to sour bread. The breath with which the poet utters his verse must be that by which he lives.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)