Literature Quiz / Poetry Verses Missing a Word (A-Z)

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Can you choose the word, for each letter of the alphabet, that completes these poetry quotes?

Quiz Updated Apr 9, 2017

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(A): ___ is the cruellest month, breedingT.S. Eliot
(B): For if dreams die,/ Life is a ___-winged birdLangston Hughes
(C): O ___! My ___!Walt Whitman
(D): Tread softly because you tread on my ___.William Butler Yeats
(E): You fit into me/ like a hook into an ___/ a fish hook/ an open ___Margaret Atwood
(F): Hope is the thing with ___/ That perches in the soulEmily Dickinson
(G): There are strange things done in the midnight sun/ By the men who moil for ___Robert Service
(H): If you can keep your ___ when all about you/ Are losing theirs and blaming it on youRudyard Kipling
(I): I find this frenzy ___ reason/ For conversation when we meet again.Edna St. Vincent Millay
(J): Warning: An unequal spread of ___ will damage the people and cause painBenjamin Zephaniah
(K): There was an Old Man, who when little/ Fell casually into a ___Edward Lear
(L): I wandered ___ as a cloudWilliam Wordsworth
(M): But there is no joy in ___ - Mighty Casey has struck out.Ernest Lawrence Thayer
QuoteMissing WordAuthor
(N): Quoth the Raven '___.'Edgar Allan Poe
(O): My name is ___, King of KingsPercy Bysshe Shelley
(P): I have eaten/ the ___/ that were in/ the iceboxWilliam Carlos Williams
(Q): Candy is dandy, but liquor is ___.Ogden Nash
(R): O my Luve is like a red, red ___Robert Burns
(S): What immortal hand or eye/ Dare frame thy fearful ___?William Blake
(T): I took the one less ___ by,/ And that has made all the difference.Robert Frost
(U): ___ a spreading chestnut-tree/ The village smithy standsHenry Wadsworth Longfellow
(V): My love is true, but all my ___ is rotten.Wendy Cope
(W): How do I love thee? Let me count the ___.Elizabeth Barrett Browning
(X): In ___ did Kubla Khan/ A stately pleasure-dome decreeSamuel Taylor Coleridge
(Y): And all our ___ have lighted fools/ The road to dusty death.William Shakespeare
(Z): My friend, you would not tell with such high ___/ To children ardent for some desperate gloryWilfred Owen

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