Charles Dickens

(7 February 1812 – 9 June 1870 / Landport, Portsea)

Charles Dickens Poems

1. A Child's Hymn 9/4/2010
2. A Fine Old English Gentleman 9/4/2010
3. Gabriel's Grub Song 9/4/2010
4. George Edmunds' Song 9/4/2010
5. Little Nell's Funeral 9/4/2010
6. Lucy's Song 9/4/2010
7. Squire Norton's Song 9/4/2010
8. The Hymn Of The Wiltshire Laborers 9/4/2010
9. The Ivy Green 9/4/2010
10. The Song Of The Wreck 9/4/2010

Comments about Charles Dickens

  • what is my name (10/29/2018 11:51:00 AM)

    CHRISTMAS CAROL, he is author?

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  • benmurray (7/11/2018 6:11:00 AM)

    its coming home lads,2018.

  • To sponge bob (5/18/2018 1:44:00 PM)

    Your haters and you can go suck it

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  • Hasmaine (5/18/2018 1:41:00 PM)

    MinaNice job I am so happy I love your work sxgd

  • Tyler Enright (2/5/2018 1:13:00 PM)

    WTF was the comment below? ! ? ! ? ? !

  • Michael A.J Handy (2/5/2018 1:12:00 PM)

    I see myself on the football field.

  • Michael A.J. Handy (2/5/2018 12:37:00 PM)

    Charles Dickens is a well known poet and many children love his work. We should honor him by making a foundation for children in need. This foundation could give books to those children! ! Also, his stories Oliver Twist, and A Christmas Carol are great. He was also the greatest poet to walk on this planet.

  • Henry F James (1/12/2016 8:07:00 AM)

    Dickens was one of the greatest humans to ever step on to this planet. His stories, 'A Christmas Carol 'and 'Oliver Twist' highlighted the plight of the poor who were exploited by the filthy rich. Dickens was a very Christian man who applied his love of God to the less privileged in society. What he witnessed in his life he put into poetry and stories.

  • Paul Kids (3/19/2014 12:50:00 PM)

    He was the author of a Christmas Carol! And in this case he's a poet!

Best Poem of Charles Dickens

Lucy's Song

How beautiful at eventide
To see the twilight shadows pale,
Steal o'er the landscape, far and wide,
O'er stream and meadow, mound and dale!

How soft is Nature's calm repose
When ev'ning skies their cool dews weep:
The gentlest wind more gently blows,
As if to soothe her in her sleep!

The gay morn breaks,
Mists roll away,
All Nature awakes
To glorious day.
In my breast alone
Dark shadows remain;
The peace it has known
It can never regain.

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