Sir Walter Scott

(1771-1832 / Edinburgh / Scotland)

Sir Walter Scott Poems

41. Marmion: Introduction To Canto Iii. 4/2/2010
42. William And Helen 4/2/2010
43. The Vision Of Don Roderick 4/2/2010
44. Rokeby: Canto Vi. 4/2/2010
45. The Field Of Waterloo 4/2/2010
46. The Barefooted Friar 4/2/2010
47. The Palmer 4/2/2010
48. Major Bellenden's Song 4/2/2010
49. The Dying Gipsy Smuggler 4/2/2010
50. Song -- County Guy 4/2/2010
51. Flora Macivor's Song 4/2/2010
52. Marmion: Introduction To Canto Ii. 4/2/2010
53. The Eve Of St. John 4/2/2010
54. Marmion: Canto Iii. - The Inn 4/2/2010
55. The Lay Of The Last Minstrel: Canto V. 4/2/2010
56. Rokeby: Canto Ii. 4/2/2010
57. Thomas The Rhymer 4/2/2010
58. The Song Of The Tempest 4/2/2010
59. The Lay Of Poor Louise 4/2/2010
60. Soldier, Wake 4/2/2010
61. The Resolve 4/2/2010
62. March Of The Monks Of Bangor 4/2/2010
63. The Return To Ulster 4/2/2010
64. The Wild Huntsman 4/2/2010
65. Marmion: Canto Ii. - The Convent 4/2/2010
66. Marmion: Canto Iv. - The Camp 4/2/2010
67. Marmion: Introduction To Canto V. 4/2/2010
68. Marmion: Introduction To Canto I 4/2/2010
69. The Song Of Harold Harfager 4/2/2010
70. The Dance Of Death 4/2/2010
71. Waverly 4/2/2010
72. The Crusader's Return 4/2/2010
73. Wandering Willie 4/2/2010
74. Glenfinlas; Or, Lord Ronald's Coronach 4/2/2010
75. For A' That And A' That 4/2/2010
76. Frederick And Alice 4/2/2010
77. On Ettrick Forest's Mountains Dun {life In The Forest} 4/2/2010
78. Marmion: Introduction To Canto Vi. 4/2/2010
79. Claud Halcro's Song 4/2/2010
80. March, March, Ettrick And Teviotdale 4/2/2010

Comments about Sir Walter Scott

  • Will B Will B (1/24/2012 2:51:00 PM)

    I have written a Poem in celebration of Sir Walter Scott, called Lift Off.
    A stone rocket sits on Princes st, it hasn't moved for years.
    Its fuel used up many years ago, in the writing of great man who sits beneath it.Taking us all on a journey, fixed both in history and in the work of the readers and writers who followed. It has reached its destination.Imagination, set in stone, for all to see.

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Best Poem of Sir Walter Scott

Answer

Sound, sound the clarion, fill the fife!
To all the sensual world proclaim,
One crowded hour of glorious life
Is worth an age without a name.

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Coronach

He is gone on the mountain,
He is lost to the forest,
Like a summer-dried fountain,
When our need was the sorest.
The font, reappearing,
From the rain-drops shall borrow,
But to us comes no cheering,
To Duncan no morrow!

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