Robert Lowry Poems

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Robert Lowry
Robert Lowry American politician. For the American composer, poet, and preacher, see Robert Wadsworth Lowry. Robert Lowry (March 10, 1831–January 19, 1910) was an American politician from Mississippi. During the American Civil War he held the rank of general in the Confederate Army. Lowry briefly served in the state senate after the war (1865–1866). Between 1882 and 1890 he was the Democratic governor of Mississippi, serving two four-year terms.

an attempt at unrhymed verse
People tell you all the time,
Poems do not have to rhyme.
It's often better if they don't... [read poem]
beautiful river
Shall we gather at the river
Where bright angel feet have trod;
With its crystal tide fore... [read poem]
the uncertainty of the poet
I am a poet.
I am very fond of bananas.

I am bananas.
I am very fond of a poet.... [read poem]
being boring
If you ask me 'What's new?', I have nothing to say
Except that the garden is growing.
I ha... [read poem]
strugnell's sonnets (iv)
Not only marble, but the plastic toys
From cornflake packets will outlive this rhyme
I can... [read poem]
strugnell's sonnets (vi)
Let me not to the marriage of true swine
Admit impediments. With his big car
He's won your... [read poem]
the aerial
The aerial on this radio broke
A long, long time ago,
When you were just a name to me -... [read poem]
waste land limericks

In April one seldom feels cheerful;
Dry stones, sun and dust make me fearful;... [read poem]
strugnell's rubaiyat

Awake! for Morning on the Pitch of Night
Has whistled and has put the Stars to Fli... [read poem]
strugnell's haiku

The cherry blossom
In my neighbour's garden - Oh!
It looks really nice.... [read poem]
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