Radclyffe Hall

(1880 - 1943 / Bournemouth, Hampshire)

Radclyffe Hall Poems

81. Silent Places 8/19/2014
82. The Call To London 8/19/2014
83. Bredon 8/19/2014
84. Willow Land 8/19/2014
85. A Winter Song 8/19/2014
86. Autumn In Sussex 8/20/2014
87. Si Parva Licet Componere Magnis 8/20/2014
88. Sunday In Liguria 8/20/2014
89. Georgetown U.S.A. 8/20/2014
90. On The Potomac River U.S.A. 8/20/2014
91. The Lost Word 8/20/2014
92. Comparisons 8/20/2014
93. A Fragment 8/20/2014
94. Thoughts At Ajaccio 8/19/2014
95. Tramping 8/19/2014
96. One Evening Near Nice 8/19/2014
97. The Ledbury Road 8/19/2014
98. Sunday Evening 8/19/2014
99. North And South 8/14/2014
100. The Poet 8/14/2014
101. An Autumn Ride 8/13/2014
102. Ode To Sappho 8/13/2014
103. The Quest Of The White Heather 8/13/2014
104. One Night 8/13/2014
105. Moth To The Flame 8/13/2014
106. The Cloud And The Mountain 8/13/2014
107. A Pearl Necklace 8/14/2014
108. O Lady Mine 8/14/2014
109. The Ledbury Train 8/19/2014
110. The Long Green Lanes Of England 8/18/2014
111. Our Dead 8/19/2014
112. Primrose Flowers 8/19/2014
113. The Thrush's Song 8/19/2014
114. Eastnor Churchyard 8/18/2014
115. On The Sea-Shore 8/14/2014
116. The Malvern Hills 8/18/2014
117. To My Little Cousin 8/13/2014
118. At Meissen 8/13/2014
119. Out At Sea 8/15/2014
120. To Italy 8/20/2014

Comments about Radclyffe Hall

  • Rajnish Manga Rajnish Manga (8/14/2016 3:04:00 AM)

    I like the simplicity and sweetness of expression that goes into the poems of this wonderful Poet. Though, his early days were not so sporty, he definitely transformed his loneliness and energy into a class poetry. Thanks.

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Best Poem of Radclyffe Hall

Butterfly

Song

Butterfly, butterfly, where are you going?
'Over the roses into the sky.'
Butterfly, butterfly, there is no knowing
When you'll come back again, so good-bye!

Butterfly, butterfly, summer is glowing,
But with the winter you too must die,
And your frail soul will be gently blowing
Upward to God on a rose's sigh.
Butterfly, butterfly, butterfly!

Read the full of Butterfly

To

The world that thro' its vale of tears
Looks out upon Eternity
Has yet one smile for us, and we
Still youthful in the count of years,
May add our smiles, and kiss the lips
Of life, for whosoever sips
The wine within that ruddy bowl
Has quaffed defiance to the spheres.
Beloved, see, I drink thereto !

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