Clinton Scollard Poems
- A Bell Had I the power To cast a bell that should from some ...
- A Snowflake In May I saw a snowflake in the air When smiling...
- As I Came Down From Lebanon As I came down from Lebanon, ...
- Fraidie-Cat I shan’t tell you what’s his name: When we want ...
- A Day For Wandering I set apart a day for wandering; I ...
- Bag-Pipes At Sea Above the shouting of the gale, ...
- Italy In Arms Of all my dreams by night and day, One dream ...
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Had I the power
To cast a bell that should from some grand tower,
At the first Christmas hour,
A jubilant message wide,
The forged metals should be thus allied:-
No iron Pride,
But soft Humility, and rich-veined Hope
Cleft from a sunny slope;
And there should be
And silvery Love, that knows not Doubt nor Fear,
To make the peal more clear;
And then to firmly fix the fine alloy,
There should be Joy!