Ambrose Bierce

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

Ambrose Bierce Poems

321. Metempsychosis [once With Christ He Entered Salem] 9/28/2012
322. An Offer Of Marriage 9/29/2012
323. My Lord Poet 9/28/2012
324. My Monument 9/29/2012
325. Nanine 9/29/2012
326. Montague Leverson 9/28/2012
327. An Art Critic 9/27/2012
328. Again 9/27/2012
329. Arthur Mcewen 9/27/2012
330. An Obituarian 9/29/2012
331. Justice 9/28/2012
332. An Inscription (For A Proposed Monument In Washington) 9/28/2012
333. Fallen 9/28/2012
334. From The Minutes 9/28/2012
335. From Top To Bottom 9/28/2012
336. A Society Leader 9/29/2012
337. An Undress Uniform 9/29/2012
338. Ad Moodium 9/27/2012
339. An Alibi 9/27/2012
340. Another Plan 9/27/2012
341. An Apologue 9/27/2012
342. Aspiration 9/27/2012
343. At Anchor 9/27/2012
344. Accepted 9/27/2012
345. The Confederate Flags 4/20/2010
346. T.A.H. 4/20/2010
347. Polyphemus 4/20/2010
348. Azrael 9/27/2012
349. Charles And Peter 9/27/2012
350. Cooperation 9/27/2012
351. An Enemy To Law And Order 9/28/2012
352. For Mayor 9/28/2012
353. Fame [he Held A Book In His Knotty Paws] 9/28/2012
354. Fame [one Thousand Years I Slept Beneath The Sod] 9/28/2012
355. Metempsychosis 9/28/2012
356. A Year's Casualties 10/1/2012
357. A Vision Of Climate 10/1/2012
358. A Spade 9/29/2012
359. A Retort 9/29/2012
360. A Prayer [sweet Spirit Of Cesspool, Hear A Mother's Prayer] 9/29/2012

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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

Elegy

The cur foretells the knell of parting day;
The loafing herd winds slowly o'er the lea;
The wise man homewards plods; I only stay
To fiddle-faddle in a minor key.

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