Ambrose Bierce

(24 June 1842 - 26 December 1913 / Horse Cave Creek, Ohio)

Ambrose Bierce Poems

121. Foresight 9/28/2012
122. George A. Knight 9/28/2012
123. An Idler 9/28/2012
124. Ignis Fatuus 9/28/2012
125. An Imposter 9/28/2012
126. In Contumaciam 9/28/2012
127. In Defense 9/28/2012
128. In High Life 9/28/2012
129. In His Hand 9/28/2012
130. In Memoriam 9/28/2012
131. In The Binnacle 9/28/2012
132. In Upper San Francisco 9/28/2012
133. The In-Coming Climate 9/28/2012
134. Incurable 9/28/2012
135. Indicted 9/28/2012
136. Industrial Discontent 9/28/2012
137. An Inscription (For A Proposed Monument In Washington) 9/28/2012
138. A Guest 9/28/2012
139. Haec Fabula Docet 9/28/2012
140. A Hasty Inference 9/28/2012
141. The Hermit 9/28/2012
142. History 9/28/2012
143. Homo Podunkensis 9/28/2012
144. Hospitality 9/28/2012
145. Humility 9/28/2012
146. Inspiration 9/28/2012
147. An Interpretation 9/28/2012
148. J.F.B. 9/28/2012
149. A Jack-At-All-Views 9/28/2012
150. James L. Flood 9/28/2012
151. Johndonkey 9/28/2012
152. Judex Judicatus 9/28/2012
153. Judgment 9/28/2012
154. Justice 9/28/2012
155. The Key Note 9/28/2012
156. The King Of Bores 9/28/2012
157. L'Audace 9/28/2012
158. The Last Man 9/28/2012
159. Laus Lucis 9/28/2012
160. The Legend Of Immortal Truth 9/28/2012

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Best Poem of Ambrose Bierce

Freedom

Freedom, as every schoolboy knows,
Once shrieked as Kosciusko fell;
On every wind, indeed, that blows
I hear her yell.

She screams whenever monarchs meet,
And parliaments as well,
To bind the chains about her feet
And toll her knell.

And when the sovereign people cast
The votes they cannot spell,
Upon the pestilential blast
Her clamors swell.

For all to whom the power's given
To sway or to compel,
Among themselves apportion Heaven
...

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An Inscription

A conqueror as provident as brave,
He robbed the cradle to supply the grave.
His reign laid quantities of human dust:
He fell upon the just and the unjust.

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