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Agincourt

Rating: 2.7

FAIR stood the wind for France
When we our sails advance,
Nor now to prove our chance
   Longer will tarry;
But putting to the main,
At Caux, the mouth of Seine,
With all his martial train
   Landed King Harry.

And taking many a fort,

Furnish'd in warlike sort,
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Ratnakar Mandlik 25 March 2017

An awesome narration of the British army in action and it's victorious march.

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Sylvaonyema Uba 25 March 2017

Next of the royal blood. Well expressed poem. Sylva.

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Tom Allport 25 March 2017

a fantastic historical write of how brave Englishmen fought and won a fight?

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Edward Kofi Louis 25 March 2017

Smile! ! Day by day. Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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Bernard F. Asuncion 25 March 2017

Brave brother.... thanks por posting....

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Vee Soar 11 March 2008

Sadly, this is the short version of what Drayton wrote. The original runs to 3,000 lines. Although many people are aware that there is a fuller version it has so far proved impossible for me to find a source. If anyone can help with this I would be most grateful

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Have you done research on line?

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