English poetry

Poems in English

In Youth

Milton, our noblest poet, in the grace Of youth, in those fair eyes and clustering hair, That brow untouched by […]

Netley Abbey

Fallen pile! I ask not what has been thy fate; But when the winds, slow wafted from the main, Through […]

V. To the River Tweed

O TWEED! a stranger, that with wand’ring feet O’er hill and dale has journey’d many a mile, (If so his […]

In Age

And art thou he, now “fallen on evil days,” And changed indeed! Yet what do this sunk cheek, These thinner […]

X. On Dover Cliffs

ON these white cliffs, that calm above the flood Rear their o’er-shadowing heads, and at their feet Scarce hear the […]