Poems About: BALLAD
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337.emotions in the breeze
where to start?
sadness in poetry... it happens only when I am listening to tearjerking power ballads or watching a saddening match on WWE WrestleMania 24.
Happiness... when I dance and when I am with my family or friends read more »Ashleigh Leona Mellon
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A genius and a great poet with words he had a way
Incarcerated in Reading Jail he lived at a time
When for a man to love another man was looked on as a crime. read more »Francis Duggan
339.Joe The Bard
Joe the bard is feeling weary and looking old and gray
And it seems very obvious that he has known a better day
A shadow of the man he once was it would be fair to say
But as ever he is penning verse with words he has a way read more »Francis Duggan
He penned 'The Old Woman Of The Roads' and 'A Cradle Song'
And to Ireland's best lyricists he surely belong
And his haunting ballad 'She Moved Through The Fair'
With any song ever written is one to compare. read more »Francis Duggan
Oh sing me the ballad of old Belgrave Town
The roads that lead to it they wind up and down
By huge mountain ash that dwarf all other trees
The giants on the high ground that sough in the breeze. read more »Francis Duggan
342.Percy French (1854-1920}
He penned so many great songs in his great writing prime
'Paddy Reilly' and 'McBreens Heifer' songs that live on in time
Percy French of Cloonyquin in Roscommon was a poetic great
And the beauty he created does not have a use by date. read more »Francis Duggan
343.cries of extinct birds
Cornell, most succinct,
has recorded a hoard
of birds now extinct.
What we can’t afford read more »gershon hepner
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
It's true he came from Scotland way up north and far away
But in Adelaide in south Australia he's lived for many a day
And in the Land down under they now claim him for their own
One of the finest songwriters this World has ever known. read more »Francis Duggan
346.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
Morning plinks on my umbrella.
Drizzly Mists, Elfen Mists...
Protected by the Changling Oak.
Dare I hover under those branches... read more »elysabeth faslund
348.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