Julian Grenfell Poems
- To A Black Greyhound Shining black in the shining ...
- Hymn To The Wild Boar God gave the horse for man to ...
- Into Battle The naked earth is warm with Spring, And with ...
- The Hills Mussoorie and Chakrata Hill The Jumna flows ...
- Prayer For Those On The Staff Fighting in mud, we turn to ...
Julian Henry Francis Grenfell DSO (30 March 1888 - 26 May 1915), was a British soldier and poet of World War I. more »
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To A Black Greyhound
Shining black in the shining light,
Inky black in the golden sun,
Graceful as the swallow's flight,
Light as swallow, winged one,
Swift as driven hurricane -
Double-sinewed stretch and spring,
Muffled thud of flying feet,
See the black dog galloping,
Hear his wild foot-beat.
See him lie when the day is dead,
Black curves curled on the boarded floor.
Sleepy eyes, my sleepy-head -
Eyes that were aflame before.
Gentle now, they burn no more;
Gentle now and softly warm,
With the fire that made them bright
Hidden - as when after storm