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Poems about Rivers


  • Address to the Don (William Thom)
  • Afton Water (Robert Burns)
  • Banks of Devon (Robert Burns)
  • By the Alma River (Dinah Maria Craik)
  • Cherwell, from the Terrace (John Bruce Norton)
  • Connecticut River (Lydia Huntley Sigourney)
  • Cora Linn, or the Falls of the Clyde (Thomas Campbell)
  • Don and Rother (Ebenezer Elliott)
  • Ellis River (Anonymous)
  • Ettrick (Alicia Ann Spottiswoode (Lady John Scott))
  • Evan Banks (Robert Burns)
  • For a Cavern That Overlooks the River Avon (Robert Southey)
  • Gala Water (Robert Burns)
  • Galla Brae (Eliza Cook)
  • Glashen-Glora (Anonymous)
  • Linn-Cleeve (Henry Alford)
  • Loch Levens Gentle Stream (Eliza Cook)
  • Manor Braes (Robert Gilfillan)
  • My Nanie-o (Allan Cunningham)
  • Niagara (Lydia Huntley Sigourney)
  • Niagara (Joseph Rodman Drake)
  • Niagara (Thomas Gold Appleton)
  • Niagara (Vachel Lindsay)
  • "Not Envying Latian Shades - If Yet They Throw" (William Wordsworth)
  • Ode to Leven-Water (Tobias George Smollett)
  • On Revisiting the River Loddon (Thomas Warton)
  • On the Banks of the Dee (Anonymous)
  • On Tweed River (Walter Scott)
  • Ora (William Drummond)
  • Ordé Braes (Robert Nicoll)
  • Ribbledin; or, the Christening (Ebenezer Elliott)
  • Rivers of Canada (Bliss Carman)
  • Sonnet 4. To the River Wainsbeck (William Lisle Bowles)
  • Sonnet 5. To the River Tweed (William Lisle Bowles)
  • Sonnet 8. To the River Itchin, near Winton (William Lisle Bowles)
  • Sonnet 26. To the River Arun (Charlotte Turner Smith)
  • Sonnet 30. To the River Arun (Charlotte Turner Smith)
  • Sonnet 32. Our Flood's-Queen Thames (Michael Drayton)
  • Sonnet 32. To Melancholy. Written on the Banks of the Arun, October, 1785 (Charlotte Turner Smith)
  • Sonnets on the Scenery of the Esk (David Macbeth Moir)
  • Sonnets on the Scenery of the Tweed (David Macbeth Moir)
  • "Sweet Earlsburn, Blithe Earlsburn" (William Motherwell)
  • Thames (Isa Knox)
  • The Avon (William Wordsworth)
  • The Avon (Anonymous)
  • The Banks of Nith (THE THAMES flows proudly to the sea) (Robert Burns)
  • The Banks of Nith (To thee, lovd Nith, thy gladsome plains) (Robert Burns)
  • The Banks of Tarf (William Nicholson)
  • The Banks of Tay (Robert Nicoll)
  • The Banks of the Dee (John Tait)
  • The Bonny Lass o Leven Water (Alexander Balfour)
  • The Braes of Yarrow (William Hamilton)
  • The Brigs of Ayr (Robert Burns)
  • The Clyde (John Wilson)
  • The Dog and the Water Lily (William Cowper)
  • The Ebb-Tide (Robert Southey)
  • The Fall of Foyers (William Leighton)
  • The Gloomy Night (Robert Burns)
  • The Glories of Our Thames (William Cox Bennett)
  • The Inundation (George Walter Thornbury)
  • The Isis (John Bruce Norton)
  • The Lass of Gleneslan-Mill (Allan Cunningham)
  • The Nile (James Henry Leigh Hunt)
  • The Nile (Henry Newbolt)
  • The Nith (Francis Bennoch)
  • The River Duddon (FROM this deep chasm, where quivering sunbeams play) (William Wordsworth)
  • The River Duddon (O MOUNTAIN stream!) (William Wordsworth)
  • The River Duddon (WHENCE that low voice?) (William Wordsworth)
  • The River Eden, Cumberland (William Wordsworth)
  • The Sands of Dee (Charles Kingsley)
  • The Tamar Spring (Robert Stephen Hawker)
  • The Tay (Thomas Smibert)
  • The Thames (Eliza Cook)
  • The Traveller at the Source of the Nile (Felicia Dorothea Hemans)
  • The Trent (NEAR to the silver Trent) (Michael Drayton)
  • The Trent (Henry Kirke White)
  • The Tummel and the Duck (Anonymous)
  • The Vale of Clyde (John Struthers)
  • To the Avon (Anonymous)
  • To the Avon (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow)
  • To the Nile (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  • To the Nile (John Keats)
  • To the River Avon (Walter Savage Landor)
  • To the River Charles (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow)
  • To the River Cherwell, Oxford (William Lisle Bowles)
  • To the River Derwent (William Wordsworth)
  • To the River Duddon (William Wordsworth)
  • To the River Earn (Thomas Pringle)
  • To the River Greta, near Keswick (William Wordsworth)
  • To the River Otter (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  • To the River Wye (Henry Alford)
  • To the Tiber (Sydney Thompson Dobell)
  • To Wordsworth, on Visiting the Duddon (Aubrey Thomas De Vere)
  • Two Rivers (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
  • Up the River (Bessie Rayner Parkes)
  • Walkley (Ebenezer Elliott)
  • Waters-Meet (Henry Alford)
  • "Where Thames along the Daisied Meads" (David Mallet)
  • Written with a Pencil, Standing by the Fall of Fyers, Near Loch-Ness (Robert Burns)

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