Ambrose Bierce

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

Ambrose Bierce Poems

281. France 9/28/2012
282. Francine 9/28/2012
283. Finis Aeternitatis 9/28/2012
284. From Virginia To Paris 9/28/2012
285. Genesis [god Said, 'Let There Be Crime,' And The Command] 9/28/2012
286. Disappointment 9/27/2012
287. Expositor Veritatis 9/28/2012
288. An Epitaph [hangman's Hands Laid In This Tomb An] 9/28/2012
289. An Epitaph [here Lies Greer Harrison, A Well Cracked Louse] 9/28/2012
290. An Exile 9/28/2012
291. Exoneration 9/28/2012
292. Fleet Strother 9/28/2012
293. A False Prophecy 9/28/2012
294. For A Certain Critic 9/28/2012
295. For Merit 9/28/2012
296. For President, Leland Stanford 9/28/2012
297. For Tat 9/28/2012
298. For Wounds 9/28/2012
299. Mad 9/28/2012
300. Magnanimity 9/28/2012
301. Master Of Three Arts 9/28/2012
302. Mendax 9/28/2012
303. Lucifer Of The Torch 9/28/2012
304. Llewellen Powell 9/28/2012
305. Liberty 9/28/2012
306. George A. Knight 9/28/2012
307. Inspiration 9/28/2012
308. An Interpretation 9/28/2012
309. J.F.B. 9/28/2012
310. Incurable 9/28/2012
311. Indicted 9/28/2012
312. Industrial Discontent 9/28/2012
313. Laus Lucis 9/28/2012
314. L'Audace 9/28/2012
315. James L. Flood 9/28/2012
316. Johndonkey 9/28/2012
317. Judex Judicatus 9/28/2012
318. Judgment 9/28/2012
319. Mr. Fink's Debating Donkey 9/28/2012
320. Mr. Sheets 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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