Ambrose Bierce

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

Ambrose Bierce Poems

241. By A Defeated Litigant 9/27/2012
242. Corrected News 9/27/2012
243. Couplets 9/27/2012
244. Convalescent ['By Good Men's Prayers See Grant Restored!'] 9/27/2012
245. Convalescent [what! 'Out Of Danger?' Can The Slighted Dame] 9/27/2012
246. The Convicts' Ball 9/27/2012
247. Contemplation 9/27/2012
248. Censor Literarum 9/27/2012
249. De Young-A Prophecy 9/27/2012
250. The Cynic's Bequest 9/27/2012
251. Creation 9/27/2012
252. Codex Honoris 9/27/2012
253. Disappointment 9/27/2012
254. Democracy 9/27/2012
255. Dennis Kearney 9/27/2012
256. Detected 9/27/2012
257. Diagnosis 9/27/2012
258. The Passing Show 4/20/2010
259. A 'scion Of Nobility' 9/27/2012
260. An Anarchist 9/27/2012
261. Ad Cattonum 9/27/2012
262. Arboriculture 9/27/2012
263. Aspirants Three 9/27/2012
264. An 'Exhibit' 9/27/2012
265. At The 'National Encampment' 9/27/2012
266. The Key Note 4/20/2010
267. Homo Podunkensis 9/28/2012
268. Hospitality 9/28/2012
269. From Virginia To Paris 9/28/2012
270. George A. Knight 9/28/2012
271. In High Life 9/28/2012
272. In His Hand 9/28/2012
273. In Memoriam 9/28/2012
274. In The Binnacle 9/28/2012
275. In Upper San Francisco 9/28/2012
276. An Idler 9/28/2012
277. Ignis Fatuus 9/28/2012
278. An Imposter 9/28/2012
279. In Contumaciam 9/28/2012
280. Four Candidates For Senator 9/28/2012

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Best Poem of Ambrose Bierce

Alone

In contact, lo! the flint and steel,
By sharp and flame, the thought reveal
That he the metal, she the stone,
Had cherished secretly alone.

Read the full of Alone

The Statesmen

How blest the land that counts among
Her sons so many good and wise,
To execute great feats of tongue
When troubles rise.

Behold them mounting every stump,
By speech our liberty to guard.
Observe their courage--see them jump,
And come down hard!

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