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Poems About: BALLAD

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  • 301.
    Dan Connell

    In Dan Connell's shop we bought ice creams and lollies
    And lemonade and buns and chocolate treats
    And black jacks and jobstoppers for a penny
    A shilling then would buy you bags of sweets. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 302.
    Castlemaine

    You've heard the song 'The wild colonial boy'
    An oft sung ballad of decades gone by
    His name was Jack Doolin from Castlemaine
    Where now no trace of his existence remain. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 303.
    John Masefield

    He was a former Poet Laureate born with the gift of rhyme
    And his books were all best sellers to his work he gave his time
    He wrote long poems, he wrote short poems, he wrote verse plays, he wrote song
    And from his pen the rhymes came flowing and his verses raced along. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 304.
    Way Up In The High Artic

    Way up in the high Artic where the cold north winds blow
    Young men flocked in their search for gold one hundred years ago
    In Winter the musk oxen paw for fodder through the snow
    In temperatures quite often fifty degrees below read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 305.
    Parker Clare

    To a forgotten culture perhaps he now belongs
    The man who could sing over a thousand songs
    The father of the famous poet John Clare
    Even in his own time people like him were rare. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 306.
    A Thomas Moore Fan

    He may seem outdated and he may be long dead
    But I still love the songs of Thomas Moore she said
    His old Parlour Ballads I love and enjoy
    Such things of great beauty not born to die. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 307.
    Save Our Love

    Why wont you, why wont you tell me, my love.
    Tell me that our love is slowly fading.
    I hear your voice, and my heart quickly shoves.
    No limits, our love was overflowing. read more »

    David. R Rodriguez
  • 308.
    The Chariot

    Immortal wind, great chariot in the sky, the song of songs from the soul is nigh.
    Rage from the heart, rage from the heart, to the world unsound, from the dust came the thorn filled-crown. Great chariot in the sky, great chariot in the sky......
    The lonesome sea swallowed me, my eyes withdrawn from light, I raised the sail from that dream, in the ballad of the night.
    Sweet chariot in the sky, sweet chariot in the sky. read more »

    THEO RAY
  • 309.

    Drawing My Lonely Drive

    For you,

    I'll draw (in color)
    a picture of myself read more »

    Oscar Velazquez
  • 310.
    Sounds that should not be missed

    Sound of blossom of a flower,
    I desire to hear,
    the sound of nature. read more »

    shyam balaji
  • 311.
    Cages

    Oh how the caged,
    bird sings,
    of unfulfilled dreams,
    and memories long gone. read more »

    Amouta Stardancer
  • 312.
    Ballad with Queen, Horse and Beyond

    God and the Queen of Snowland
    met a long long time ago
    when Snowland did not exist
    when there was no King no Lords read more »

    Amparo Perez Arrospide
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