Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Penny's Top 100 / 2016

Penny's Top 100
The most-visited poems on  The Penny Blog in 2016:

  1.  Esthetique du Mal, Wallace Stevens
  2.  Long May You Live, George J. Dance
  3.  The Reader, Wallace Stevens
  4.  Penny, or Penny's Hat, George J. Dance
  5.  A Song to Mithras, Rudyard Kipling

  6.  Gethsemane, Rudyard Kipling
  7.  Puck's Song, Rudyard Kipling
  8.  shanghai, David Rutkowski
  9.  Evil / Le Mal, Arthur Rimbaud
10.  I heard a bird sing, Oliver Hereford

11.  Last Week in October, Thomas Hardy
12.  Snow, John Davidson
13.  Little Things, Orrick Johns
14.  Puella Parvula, Wallace Stevens
15.  The Dwarf, Wallace Stevens

16.  Once Like a Light, AE Reiff
17.  Snow Monotones, Ben Hecht
18.  Summer: A fragment, Margaret Deland
19.  O Canada: The land we love, David Pekrul
20.  July, Charles G.D. Roberts

21.  When noon is blazing on the town, Robert Hillyer
22.  Frayed Page Soaked in Rain, Will Dockery
23.  Day Turns Night, James D. Senetto
24.  Winter Dusk, Karle Wilson Baker
25.  The Waits, Margaret Deland

26.  The Enthusiast: An ode, William Whitehead
27.  Besides the Autumn poets sing, Emily Dickinson 
28.  The Names, Billy Collins
29.  The City Revisited, Stephen Vincent Benet
30.  An October Garden, Christina Rossetti

31.  Snowstorm in December, Ilya Shambat
32.  June Rain, Louise Driscoll
33.  Easter Music, Margaret Deland
34.  Whilst Shepherd Watch'd, Nahum Tate
35.  A Boy and His Dad, Edgar Guest

36.  Frost at Midnight, Samuel Taylor Coleridge
37.  October: "The old eyes", H.L. Davis
38.  Manhattan, Lola Ridge
39.  This Summer Night, Percy Hemingway

42.  In September, Amy Levy
43.  King Kong, James D. Senetto
44.  For Now Comes Summer, Louis Golding
47.  The Ice Storm, Ambrose Philips
48.  A Midsummer Night's Storm, W.H. Davies
49.  What Is the World Trying to Say?, Henry Charles Beeching 
50.  The Journey of the Magi, T.S. Eliot

51.  Before the Snow, Andrew Lang
52.  February, Sally Bruce Kinsolving
53.  A Book of Dreams, II.4, George MacDonald
54.  A Winter's Tale, D.H. Lawrence
55.  November, Robert Frost

56.  Prayer of the Year, Ethelwyn Wetherald
57.  Winter Evening, Archibald Lampman
58.  Under the Snow, James Lewis Milligan
59.  After Apple-Picking, Robert Frost
60.  Song of the Ungirt Runners, Charles Hamilton Sorley

61.  May and Death, Robert Browning
62.  The March Thaw, Edwin Curran
63.  For Summer-Time, George Wither
64.  In May, W.H. Davies 
65.  Pilgrim Summer, Michael Pendragon

66.  The Songster, Pauline Johnson
67.  The Frozen Thames, John Gay
68.  Summer Rain, Hartley Coleridge
69.  October, Mary Weston Fordham
70.  Autumn, T.E. Hulme

71.  Mid-May, Charles R. Murphy
72.  November, Alexander Louis Fraser
73.  After Summer Rain, David Morton
74.  Dirge in Woods, George Meredith
75.  The Blue Heron, Theodore Goodridge Roberts

76.  A Summer Shower, Henry Timrod
77.  Spring, Andrew Lang
78.  October, William Cullen Bryant
79.  The Snow-Blossoms, Clark Ashton Smith
80.  August Night on Georgian Bay, William Wilfred Campbell

81.  The Fall of the Leaf, Richard Watson Dixon
82.  Autumn Twilight, Arthur Symons
83.  When I Am Old, Marjorie Allen Seiffert
84.  In March, Archibald Lampman
85.  Autumn, Florence Earle Coates

86.  Bombardment, Richard Aldington
88.  Blue Squills, Sara Teasdale
89.  The April Boughs, Theodosia Garrison
90.  Who goes amid the green wood?, James Joyce

91.  Portrait, Hector de Saint Denys Garneau
92.  The Winter's Walk, Samuel Johnson
93.  The Pastoral Pilgrim, Katharine Tynan
94.  Premonition, Louise Driscoll
95.  A Prayer for Spring, Robert Frost

96.  Winter, Charles R. Murphy
97.  Home Thoughts from Abroad, Robert Browning
98.  Hallowe'en in a Suburb, H.P. Lovecraft
99.  To the Swimmer, Countee Cullen

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