English poetry

Poems in English


Mourning

Alas my brother! the cry of the mourners of old That cried on each other, All crying aloud on the […]

Birth And Death

Birth and death, twin-sister and twin-brother, Night and day, on all things that draw breath, Reign, while time keeps friends […]

Benediction

Blest in death and life beyond man’s guessing Little children live and die, possest Still of grace that keeps them […]

To A Cat

STATELY, kindly, lordly friend, Condescend Here to sit by me, and turn Glorious eyes that smile and burn, Golden eyes, […]

Discord

Unreconciled by life’s fleet years, that fled With changeful clang of pinions wide and wild, Though two great spirits had […]

Hope and Fear

Beneath the shadow of dawn’s aĆ«rial cope, With eyes enkindled as the sun’s own sphere, Hope from the front of […]

Hymn Of Man

In the grey beginning of years, in the twilight of things that began, The word of the earth in the […]

Tenebrae

At the chill high tide of the night, At the turn of the fluctuant hours, When the waters of time […]

Chorus

from Atalanta in Calydon When the hounds of spring are on winter’s traces, The mother of months in meadow or […]

The Year of the Rose

From the depths of the green garden-closes Where the summer in darkness dozes Till autumn pluck from his hand An […]

Tiresias

PART I It is an hour before the hour of dawn. Set in mine hand my staff and leave me […]

The Song Of The Standard

Maiden most beautiful, mother most bountiful, lady of lands, Queen and republican, crowned of the centuries whose years are thy […]

Epilogue

Between the wave-ridge and the strand I let you forth in sight of land, Songs that with storm-crossed wings and […]

Prelude – Lohengrin

Love, out of the depth of things, As a dewfall felt from above, From the heaven whence only springs Love, […]

One Of Twain

One of twain, twin-born with flowers that waken, Now hath passed from sense of sun and rain: Wind from off […]

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