Francis Scott Key

(1 August 1779 – 11 January 1843 / Carroll County, Maryland)

Francis Scott Key Poems

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  • Mohammed Asim Nehal (9/9/2018 11:51:00 PM)

    I found him to be avid writer but so less poems, i wonder why.

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  • Alan Hirsch (3/25/2015 1:37:00 PM)

    It would be nice to see a collection of Frank Key's poems and songs.

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  • Simone Carvalho (5/31/2006 11:21:00 AM)

    I had never noticed how actually interesting - and beautiful - this poem was until I read it like this - as a normal poem, without the tune US national anthem. (Not that I dislike the tune) If you never really noticed this poem before (even if you sang or heard it a thousand times) try to forget the tune and rythm and read it to your self as close to prose as possible, you might have a pleasant surprise - as I did.

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Best Poem of Francis Scott Key

Before The Lord We Bow

Before the Lord we bow, the God Who reigns above,
And rules the world below, boundless in power and love.
Our thanks we bring in joy and praise, our hearts we raise
To Heaven's high King.

The nation Thou hast blest may well Thy love declare,
From foes and fears at rest, protected by Thy care.
For this fair land, for this bright day, our thanks we pay,
Gifts of Thy hand.

May every mountain height, each vale and forest green,
Shine in Thy Word's pure light, and its rich fruits be seen!
May every tongue be tuned to praise, and join to raise
A grateful ...

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