Gerald Gould

(1885 - 1936 / Norwich, England)

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  • ted pettit (5/10/2018 11:54:00 PM)

    I learned this poem at Wix's Lane School in London in 1948. The headmaster Mr Alvey insisted we learn it. I always wondered who wrote it. Gerald Gould, who is a little known poet. I still see the White Road and the Blue Hills in my mind back to those post WW2 years with the silver haired school master reading it. Still a link to another world gone yet still alive in such poetry.

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  • jijbhk (11/30/2017 9:53:00 AM)

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Fallen Cities

I gathered with a careless hand,
There where the waters night and day
Are languid in the idle bay,
A little heap of golden sand;
And, as I saw it, in my sight
Awoke a vision brief and bright,
A city in a pleasant land.


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