Poems About: BALLAD
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- carpe diem
Old stories he told and old ballads he sung
The Tans were in Ireland when old Dan was young
He was twenty six years in nineteen sixteen
And the bitterness and grief of war he had seen. read more »Francis Duggan
338.John Masefield Was A Master Wordsmith
John Masefield was a master wordsmith his fame has not faded in time
He penned long poems and Saltwater Ballads and he penned plays and stories in rhyme
I have known his readable verses since I was a school-going boy
The lovers of down to earth poetry his good earthy verses enjoy read more »Francis Duggan
He writes poetry with his tongue.
Like sonnets from a veteran pen -
it moves fluidly to create emotion.
With it, he recites the love ballads of ages past. read more »Sasafrass Lovejoy
A gentle champion of words and deeds;
A sacred heart that pulsates and bleeds; read more »Vince Rogers
341.Sounds that should not be missed
Sound of blossom of a flower,
I desire to hear,
the sound of nature. read more »shyam balaji
Morning plinks on my umbrella.
Drizzly Mists, Elfen Mists...
Protected by the Changling Oak.
Dare I hover under those branches... read more »elysabeth faslund
Oh how the caged,
of unfulfilled dreams,
and memories long gone. read more »Amouta Stardancer
Longing for a heart,
to throw a love poem at
caring not, the words used
staggering with thoughts read more »Sven Coop
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The lonesome sea swallowed me, my eyes withdrawn from light, I raised the sail from that dream, in the ballad of the night.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
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
347.Song Of A Rhyming Man
I love the sound of rhyming words like Dan will rhyme with Ann
And I could never be a poet just call me rhyming man
This modern verse too much for me it's way above my head
Though modern poets are now the rage and Rhyme is with the dead. read more »Francis Duggan
348.cries of extinct birds
Cornell, most succinct,
has recorded a hoard
of birds now extinct.
What we can’t afford read more »gershon hepner