Herbert Asquith

(11 March 1881 - 5 August 1947 / London, England)

Herbert Asquith Poems

1. War's Cataract 4/30/2012
2. Youth In The Skies 4/30/2012
3. To A Baby Found Paddling Near The Thames 4/30/2012
4. The Fallen Poet 4/30/2012
5. The Ship Of Oak 4/30/2012
6. The Fairy Lover 4/30/2012
7. Jewels: A Young Man To A Merchant 4/30/2012
8. The Bather 4/30/2012
9. Sunset 4/30/2012
10. Love And Humour 4/30/2012
11. Riding 4/30/2012
12. The Charioteer 4/30/2012
13. The Western 4/30/2012
14. A Dedication 4/30/2012
15. On A Troopship - 1915 4/30/2012
16. Fortune Of War 4/30/2012
17. Venice 4/30/2012
18. Soldiers At Peace 4/30/2012
19. The Fallen Spire [a Flemish Village] 4/30/2012
20. After The Salvo 4/30/2012
21. The Silver Birch 4/30/2012
22. Nightfall 4/30/2012
23. A Ship Sails Up To Bideford 4/30/2012
24. The Frowning Cliff 4/30/2012
25. Ares God Of War 4/30/2012
26. The Fallen Subaltern 1/1/2004
27. The Volunteer 1/1/2004

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Best Poem of Herbert Asquith

The Fallen Subaltern

The starshells float above, the bayonets glisten;
We bear our fallen friend without a sound;
Below the waiting legions lie and listen
To us, who march upon their burial-ground.

Wound in the flag of England, here we lay him;
The guns will flash and thunder o’er the grave;
What other winding sheet should now array him,
What other music should salute the brave?

As goes the Sun-god in his chariot glorious,
When all his golden banners are unfurled,
So goes the soldier, fallen but victorious,
And ...

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The Volunteer

Here lies a clerk who half his life had spent
Toiling at ledgers in a city grey,
Thinking that so his days would drift away
With no lance broken in life’s tournament:
Yet ever ’twixt the books and his bright eyes
The gleaming eagles of the legions came,
And horsemen, charging under phantom skies,
Went thundering past beneath the oriflamme.