Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Dead Man's Morrice Comments

Rating: 2.9
There came a crowder to the Mermaid Inn,
One dark May night,
Fiddling a tune that quelled our motley din,


Alfred Noyes
Khairul Ahsan 24 November 2020
'In that old wood, where ghosts of lovers walk, At fall of day, Gleaning such fragments of their ancient talk As poor ghosts may, From leaves that brushed their faces, wet with dew, Or tears, or rain, ... _Look for me once, lest I should look for you, And look in vain.' - Loved this stanza. So beautiful! A well deserved honor being selected as the 'Classic Poem of the day'!
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Mahtab Bangalee 24 November 2020
_Look for me there, lest I should look for you, And look in vain._/// ghostly poem; enjoyable; the existence is everywhere but nowhere see anyone!
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Kyvin Nash 24 November 2020
Beautiful piece Alfred... I learn a lot from your work Sir...thanks for sharing your writing skills
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Brook Renwick 24 November 2020
Wow! This is really really good!
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Edward Kofi Louis 24 November 2020
Dark night! ! ! Where ghosts of lovers walk. Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
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Mountain Man 24 November 2020
Great poems Alfred, keep it going......
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Fantastic poem for the readers
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Paul Amrod 24 November 2020
A very poignant interesting poet full of lyricism and imagery. I can red him for hours and float on the clouds of his gorgeous imagination.
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Sophie 19 March 2018
Your poems are amzing Alfred
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Sophie Burrows 19 March 2018
Your poems are amazing Alfred
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