Friday, April 2, 2010

Hunting Song Comments

Rating: 3.1
Waken, lords and ladies gay,
On the mountain dawns the day;
All the jolly chase is here
With hawk and horse and hunting-spear,


Sir Walter Scott
Jenae Jones 23 October 2020
The song was actually really really good even my younger and my baby sister liked it a lot
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Alaya 13 October 2020
I really liked it but some parts were confusing
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Deepak Kumar Pattanayak 11 August 2020
Very well crafted song full of nature aspects and a touch of spirituality in the morn makes this poem so amazing 10+++
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Mahtab Bangalee 11 August 2020
Waken, lords and ladies gay, To the greenwood....beautiful poem and songs on the hunting life of the kings and delightful ladies The poem crafted this hunting song very aptly with the poetic words and so delightful rhyming which is really pleasure to read; here the life of hunter in the greenwood and for the life there some beautiful ladies companionship in hunting is very remarkable to enjoy the life.
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Khairul Ahsan 11 August 2020
'Merrily, merrily mingle they Waken, lords and ladies gay' - well described, easy to understand, quotable lines.
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Sylvia Frances Chan 11 August 2020
Beautuful hunting song, suitable for those days, now-adays it's obsolete, I think. Thinking of the animal Party in my country, but our Royal Family still hunts, I know. Congratulations on the choice of Poem Hunter and Team, the best choice ever for the great poet Sir Walter Scott
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Dr Antony Theodore 11 August 2020
Waken, lords and ladies gay, To the greenwood haste away; We can show you where he lies, Fleet of foot and tall of size; We can show the marks he made very nice poem. tony
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hjhkllll 16 April 2020
what the **** is this i wanted the details of it and rhyme scheme and similie and metaphor but this is pul****
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Ratnakar Mandlik 11 August 2019
A beautiful hunting sport preparatory poem for awakening lords and ladies to make haste to go to forest for hunting game. A well deserved classic of the day
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Prabir Gayen 11 August 2019
Hawks are whistling, horns are knelling, Merrily, merrily mingle they Waken, lords and ladies gay....fine poem
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Ramesh T A 11 August 2019
The joy of hunting time by lords and ladies is wonderfully depicted Poet Sir Walter Scott! Thanks for sharing this poem here!
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Aniruddha Pathak 11 August 2019
A lovely poem with beautiful rhythm, lovely, despite the fact that it is dealing with hunting, but during those days hunting was not seen the way it is today.
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Mahtab Bangalee 11 August 2018
feeling so happy to read this poem- excellent rhythm
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Khairul Ahsan 11 August 2018
The poem provides a vivid description of the majestic grandeur and fun that went with the sport of seasonal hunting. To animal lovers, the poem may well appear unpalatable. A special mention for the excellent rhyme and rhythm is well deserved.
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Adrian Flett 11 August 2018
It lacks any thought or feeling for the hunted quarry and the rhyme and rhythm doesn't help to assuage that lack
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Hunting the earlier sport of the elite and killing wild animals. They rhyme of poetry is so brilliant.
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Dr Antony Theodore 11 August 2018
Time, stern huntsman! who can balk, Staunch as hound and fleet as hawk: Think of this, and rise with day, Gentle lords and ladies gay! a very good poem.. tony
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Sylvia Frances Chan 11 August 2018
TWO; but the poet created most beautiful end rhymes here, this habit in poems is also from that obsolete time, I reckon. Congratulations for being chosen as the Classic Poem Of The Day, for the family and inheritants of SWS. A best portrayal about the Royal hunting season, we can follow this step by step, obviously clearest told.
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Sylvia Frances Chan 11 August 2018
ONE: Hunting season, Lords and Ladies and the poet SIR Walter Scott, are all each otherĀ“s inspirations. In these times, during hunting season, many animals had to hunted, then killed. A Royal busy doing, this was in the past, nowadays it still exists nowadays, but that goes unrhymed with the Animal Party in my country,
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Bernard F. Asuncion 11 August 2017
Interesting to read this great poem..........
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