English poetry

Poems in English

Bones

Said Mr. Smith, “I really cannot Tell you, Dr. Jones- The most peculiar pain I’m in- I think it’s in […]

The Fool Rings His Bells

Come, Death, I’d have a word with thee; And thou, poor Innocency; And Love a lad with broken wing; Apnd […]

The Listeners

“Is there anybody there?” said the Traveller, Knocking on the moonlit door; And his horse in the silence champed the […]

Miss Loo

When thin-strewn memory I look through, I see most clearly poor Miss Loo, Her tabby cat, her cage of birds, […]

The Ghost

Peace in thy hands, Peace in thine eyes, Peace on thy brow; Flower of a moment in the eternal hour, […]

Snow

No breath of wind, No gleam of sun – Still the white snow Whirls softly down Twig and bough And […]

All That’s Past

Very old are the woods; And the buds that break Out of the brier’s boughs, When March winds wake, So […]

The Huntsmen

Three jolly gentlemen, In coats of red, Rode their horses Up to bed. Three jolly gentlemen Snored till morn, Their […]

The Song of Finis

At the edge of All the Ages A Knight sate on his steed, His armor red and thin with rust […]

Some One

Some one came knocking At my wee, small door; Someone came knocking; I’m sure-sure-sure; I listened, I opened, I looked […]

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