Search results for Hello

We've found 34 poems for Hello:


Hello! Hello!
Louisa May Alcott
'Hello! hello! Come down below,-- It's lovely and cool Out here in the pool; On a lily-pad float For a nice green boat. Here we sit and sing In a p...Rate it:

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American Boys, Hello!
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
and trim and neat; And we call to them-'Boys, hello!' 'Hello, American boys, Luck to you, and life'Rate it:

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Hello, Soldier!
Edward George Dyson
Back again 'n' nothin' missin' barrin' arf a hand, Where an Abdul bit me, chokin' in the Holy Land. 'Struth, they got some dirty fighters in th...Rate it:

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Growin' Gray
Paul Laurence Dunbar
HELLO, ole man, you're a-gittin' gray, An' it beats ole Ned to see the way 'At the crow's feet's a-getherin' aroun' yore eyes; Tho' it oughtn't to ...Rate it:

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Soft Caramel
Jean Cocteau
make it androgynous And return her to her family Hello, hello, operator don't cut me off Ah! how saRate it:

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Nine from Eight
Sidney Lanier
nuthin' -- and none to carry.' Then I says 'Hello, here, Garry! However you star' and frown Thare'Rate it:

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The Ballad of the Murdered Merchant
Franklin P. Adams
full and clear; The receiver did I seize. "Hello!" quoth I, and quoth a girl, "Hello! . . . One Rate it:

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The Rescue
Edward George Dyson
and Fred Baker is caught in the fall! Say, hello! there below—any hope, boys, any chances of savingRate it:

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The Cosinic Curve
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
and unfixed stars Are circular in shape - why, hello, Mabel!' Clementina, oh, so slim, was invisiblRate it:

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ANGELIC VOICES
Alan Parry-Booth
contract is signed, the fates have been kind Hello Hollywood and Au Revoir Bream. Alan Parry-BoothRate it:

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Band Concert
Carl Sandburg
drummer bookkeeper in a hardware store nods hello to the daughter of a railroad conductor—a gigglerRate it:

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Barely Disfigured
Paul Eluard
Tristesse Bonjour Tristesse Farewell Sadness Hello Sadness You are inscribed in the lines on the ceRate it:

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Campus Sonnets: Return - 1917
Stephen Vincent Benet
along to class! I've cut it now - and he - Oh, hello, Fred! Why, what's the matter? - here - don'Rate it:

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Chicago Poet
Carl Sandburg
did I. Everything I did he did. I said, "Hello, I know you." And I was a liar to say so. Ah, tRate it:

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Free at Last
Sheila King
cage -- I'd awaken in the morning to say "Hello" to you again Because after all, many times, you weRate it:

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George and the Dragon
Marriott Edgar
hammered at door Till a voice up above said " Hello!" It were t' Publican's Wife-she said, "Now whRate it:

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How Bateese Came Home
William Henry Drummond
red tie on hees t'roat-- 41 I say 'Helloe Bateese! Hello! Comment ça va mon vieux?' 42 He sayRate it:

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I Spoke Allah
Nikhil Parekh
fabulous city, I spoke a supremely cordial HELLO; when I met a person for the first time in my liRate it:

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It Is Later Than You Think
Robert William Service
me, Muse, I pray, It is later than you think! Hello! there's a pregnant phrase. Bravo! let me writRate it:

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It Isn't Cricket
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Hello, old cobber. Well, what's on your mind? You're lookin' awful gloomy and mysterious Done in your dough? The horses been unkind? Nobody ill?...Rate it:

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Joe Ramsbottom
Marriott Edgar
were open and Squire stood inside; He said "Hello, Joe... What brings thee right up here?" "You'llRate it:

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Johnnie's First Moose
William Henry Drummond
head down low, Jus' de way I'm takin' you, sir, hello! was dat a shout? Seems to me I t'ink I'm heaRate it:

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Maud Muller Mutatur
Franklin P. Adams
is known as broad, And he said to Miss Muller, "Hello, how's Maud?" "What sultry weather is this?Rate it:

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Meg's Curse
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
wet, more wet, more wet.' With a blithe 'hello' to the men below Who were spreading the new-mown hRate it:

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Metempsychosis
Ambrose Bierce
sings my sentiments. _(Enter Pitts-Stevens.)_ Hello! What fiend is this? PITTS-STEVENS: 'Tis I, bRate it:

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