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Charles Mackay

Rating: 4.33
Rating: 4.33

Charles Mackay Poems

If I Were A Voice

If I were a voice, a persuasive voice,
That could travel the wide world through,
I would fly on the beams of the morning light,
And speak to men with a gentle might,
And tell them to be true.

The Miller Of Dee

There dwelt a miller, hale and bold,
Beside the river Dee;
He worked and sang from morn till night -
No lark more blithe than he;

Eternal Justice

The man is thought a knave, or fool.
Or bigot, plotting crime,
Who, for the advancement of his kind.
Is wiser than his time.

You Have No Enemies

YOU have no enemies, you say?
Alas! my friend, the boast is poor;
He who has mingled in the fray

Light Is Love Without Esteem

Light is love without esteem.
Lighter than a feather,
But ours has borne
Contempt and scorn,
And sorrow's wintry weather!

Charles Mackay Comments

Khushi 07 June 2018

Beauitful poems

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Rajesh parjapat 13 March 2018

Rajesh Kumar

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barbie 13 February 2018

Very good

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prachin 03 June 2018

so nase

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kunal 16 May 2018

so good

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Sweetwood 1482 pkwy 14 June 2019

airport 1508 st

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Chandrika 07 January 2019

Very nice

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Please show a poem

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bharat jat 30 July 2018

good poem

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Harshit Pandey 02 July 2018

Very nice poem

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Charles Mackay Biography

Charles Mackay (27 March 1814 – 24 December 1889) was a Scottish poet, journalist, and song writer.

He was born in Perth, Scotland. His mother died shortly after his birth and his father was by turns a naval officer and a foot soldier. He was educated at the Caledonian Asylum, London, and at Brussels, but spent much of his early life in France. ...

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