BALLAD POEMS

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  • 85.
    Paddle Your Own Canoe

    Voyager upon life's sea,
    To yourself be true,
    And where'er your lot may be
    Paddle your own canoe.
    Never, though the winds may rave,
    Falter nor look back;
    But upon the darkest wave
    Leave a shinning track.

    Nobly dare the wildest storm,
    Stem the hardest gale;
    Brave of heart and strong of arm,
    You will never fail.
    When the world is cold and dark,
    Keep an aim in view,
    And toward the beacon mark
    Paddle your own canoe.

    Every wave that bears you on
    To the silent shore,
    From its sunny source has gone
    To return no more.
    Then let not an hour's delay
    Cheat you of your due;
    But, while it is called today,
    Paddle your own canoe.

    If your birth denied you wealth,
    loftly state and power;
    Honest fame and hardy health
    Are a better dower.
    But if these will not suffice,
    Golden gain pursue;
    And, to win the glittering prize,
    Paddle your own canoe.

    Would you wrest the wreath of fame
    From the hand of fate?
    Would you write a deathless name
    With the good and the great?
    Would you bless your fellow-men?
    Heart and soul inbue
    With the holy task, and then
    Paddle your own canoe.

    Would you crush the tyrant wrong,
    In the world's free fight?
    With a spirit brave and strong,
    Battle for the right;
    And to break the chains that bind
    The many to the few,
    To enfranchise slavish mind-
    Paddle your own canoe,

    Nothing great is lightly won;
    Nothing won is lost;
    Every good deed is nobly done,
    Will repay the cost.
    Leave to Heaven, in humble trust,
    All you will do;
    But if you succeed, you must
    Paddle your own canoe. read more »

  • 86.
    A Dream

    Once a dream did weave a shade
    O'er my angel-guarded bed,
    That an emmet lost its way read more »

  • 87.
    The Cloud

    I bring fresh showers for the thirsting flowers,
    From the seas and the streams;
    I bear light shade for the leaves when laid
    In their noonday dreams. read more »

  • 88.
    "I Said to Love"

    I said to Love,
    "It is not now as in old days
    When men adored thee and thy ways
       All else above; read more »

  • 89.
    An Oregon Message

    When we first moved here, pulled
    the trees in around us, curled
    our backs to the wind, no one read more »

  • 90.
    My Friend

    My friend, I am not what I seem. Seeming is but a garment I wear--a
    care-woven garment that protects me from thy questionings read more »

  • 91.
    What Fifty Said..

    When I was young my teachers were the old.
    I gave up fire for form till I was cold. read more »

  • 92.
    A Time to Talk

    When a friend calls to me from the road
    And slows his horse to a meaning walk,
    I don't stand still and look around
    On all the hills I haven't hoed, read more »

  • 93.
    A Winter Night

    When biting Boreas, fell and doure,
    Sharp shivers thro' the leafless bow'r;
    When Phœbus gies a short-liv'd glow'r,
    Far south the lift, read more »

  • 94.
    True Love

    True love. Is it normal
    is it serious, is it practical?
    What does the world get from two people
    who exist in a world of their own? read more »

  • 95.
    Bridal Ballad

    The ring is on my hand,
    And the wreath is on my brow;
    Satin and jewels grand
    Are all at my command, read more »

  • 96.
    Beowulf (Episode 09)

    ME thus often the evil monsters
    thronging threatened. With thrust of my sword,
    the darling, I dealt them due return!
    Nowise had they bliss from their booty then read more »

New Ballad Poems

  1. *Following The Birds*, Trisha Hopkins
  2. Vocalist, Putri Misnia Shary Bahri (Sh ..
  3. Love That You Sing, Eve White
  4. If You Need a Poet Laureate, Francie Lynch
  5. IT WAS JUST A DREAM, Alvin Word Speaker Tatlhego
  6. Ballad Of The Fly's, lee fones
  7. This Ballad, So Bold, Maurice Harris
  8. The Unfathomable Ballad Of My Heart, Leila Makke
  9. The Ragged Ph.D. Guide And The Ragged Sc.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  10. An Epode To Two Junctures, Hrishikesh Bharadwaj
  11. ballads of joseph the father of jesus, alexander opicho
  12. Mistakes, Piyush Dey
  13. Alankar(Decor) -174, Indira Renganathan
  14. Alankar(Decor) -171, Indira Renganathan
  15. M.Ancharov, The ballad about dreams - tr.., Lyudmila Purgina
  16. The Hand Forever On My Back, Corey Welch
  17. Ballad of Anguish II, Okoronkwo Jonathan Jackson
  18. The Chorus Of My Mind, Scott McQueen
  19. The Wandering Fado, Sunny Chopra
  20. The Urchin, Amartya Banerjee
  21. The Rhymes That Our Hearts Can Read, Edwin Greenslade Murphy
  22. Fanciful, Fay Slimm
  23. Drug Ballad, Freddy Ibarra
  24. Lamia in Blackburn Wood, William F Dougherty
  25. N.Gumilyov, The Ballad - translation (ru.., Lyudmila Purgina
  26. Ballad, malini kadir
  27. Hush goes the crowd, Paurakh Shrestha
  28. The Ballad, Cody Patterson
  29. Grandest. Loveliest. Grand., Daniel Thomason
  30. The Ballad of the Rose Trilogy, Rey Benipayo
  31. The Guardian Angels, Dora Sigerson Shorter
  32. As I’ve no hope of returning ever, Guido Cavalcanti
  33. Gin And Lime, Chris Jibero
  34. ballad of the black slave, michael issac palmer
  35. Monster Named Me, Palious Thatcher
  36. First Rhymes, Edmund Blunden
  37. Ballad of the Broken Heart, Carl Leiland
  38. Fauconshawe, Adam Lindsay Gordon
  39. I Hear Voices..., (brief renderings) Joe Fazio
  40. 15 Selected Love Poems in Scots, sheena blackhall
  41. Goodbye., Brian Kamara
  42. Sigerson Clifford Sung Of, Francis Duggan
  43. The Ballad of Mary and her Dog Chappie, Yvonne Rautenbach
  44. A Ballad, Selina Marie
  45. On John Manifold, Francis Duggan
  46. Do Sing Me Something That's Happy, Francis Duggan
  47. The Great W H Ogilvie (1869-1963), Francis Duggan
  48. Pigeon's Plight, Moushumi moushumi
  49. Crinaloo's Dan O Horgan, Francis Duggan
  50. Robert Burns Was His Name, Francis Duggan
  51. Old Songs And Rhymes and Ballads, Francis Duggan
  52. The Great Robert Service, Francis Duggan
  53. The Southern Grampians Balladeer, Francis Duggan
  54. Poet Les Murray - Clerihew, Khadim Hussain
  55. The Ballad of Old Clonbroney, Tomás Ó Cárthaigh
  56. He Is His Father's Son, Francis Duggan
  57. Edward Harrington, Francis Duggan
  58. Free Hallisey, Francis Duggan
  59. ***Keys Of Memory~6191***, Theodora (Theo) Onken
  60. The Gothic Ballad, Ankoku Gekido
  61. Poems, Toby
  62. Sadie Hawkins Dance, Justin Gildow
  63. Remain In Light, Justin Gildow
  64. The Lost Poems of Fidel Castro, Michael Philips
  65. Who reads?, Nick Hilton
  66. Morning breeze, cyclopseven Ram
  67. James Connolly’s Flame, Daniel McDonagh
  68. Poetry TIme is Precious, Mill Field
  69. A New Poem, Elvis Lantan
  70. Be with me, James Dickenson
  71. After A But Before C, Myra Jefferson
  72. With You, Stephenie VanCampJones
  73. bLittle Cricket (#1 Poem), Barry A. Lanier
  74. and despite my hybrid emotions, Jason PraTT
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