William Makepeace Thackeray

(1811-1863 / India)

William Makepeace Thackeray Poems

41. The Three Christmas Waits 4/7/2010
42. On A Very Old Woman 4/7/2010
43. The Willow-Tree (Another Version) 4/7/2010
44. Wapping Old Stairs 4/7/2010
45. The Rose Of Flora 4/7/2010
46. The Rose Upon My Balcony 4/7/2010
47. The Sorows Of Werther 4/7/2010
48. The Battle Of Limerick 4/7/2010
49. Lines Upon My Sister’s Portrait 4/7/2010
50. Damages, Two Hundred Pounds 4/7/2010
51. Abd-El-Kader At Toulon Or, The Caged Hawk 4/7/2010
52. A Credo 4/7/2010
53. A Doe In The City 4/7/2010
54. A Credo (After The German) 1/3/2003
55. Le Roi D’yvetot 4/7/2010
56. Jacob Homnium’s Hoss 4/7/2010
57. May-Day Ode 4/7/2010
58. The Legend Of St. Sophia Of Kioff 4/7/2010
59. The Red Flag 4/7/2010
60. The Wolfe New Ballad Of Jane Roney And Mary Brown 4/7/2010
61. The White Squall 4/7/2010
62. Titmarsh’s Carmen Lilliense 4/7/2010
63. The Willow-Tree 4/7/2010
64. The End Of The Play 4/7/2010
65. The Minaret Bells 4/7/2010
66. Pocahontas 4/7/2010
67. Jolly Jack 4/7/2010
68. Le Grenier 4/7/2010
69. Atra Cura 4/7/2010
70. My Nora 4/7/2010
71. Vanitas Vanitatum 4/7/2010
72. Come To The Greenwood Tree 4/7/2010
73. From Pocahontas 4/7/2010
74. The Cane-Bottom'D Chair 1/3/2003
75. Dear Jack 4/7/2010
76. The Chronicle Of The Drum 4/7/2010
77. The Crystal Palace 4/7/2010
78. Ah, Bleak And Barren Was The Moor 4/7/2010
79. To His Serving Boy 4/7/2010
80. The Age Of Wisdom 12/31/2002

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A Tragic Story

There lived a sage in days of yore,
And he a handsome pigtail wore;
But wondered much and sorrowed more,
Because it hung behind him.

He mused upon this curious case,
And swore he'd change the pigtail's place,
And have it hanging at his face,
Not dangling there behind him.

Says he, 'The mystery I've found -
Says he, 'The mystery I've found!
I'll turn me round,' - he turned him round;
But still it hung behind him.

Then round and round, and out and in,
All day the puzzled sage did spin;
In vain - it mattered not a pin -
The ...

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Sorrows Of Werther

Werther had a love for Charlotte
Such as words could never utter;
Would you know how first he met her?
She was cutting bread and butter.

Charlotte was a married lady,
And a moral man was Werther,
And, for all the wealth of Indies,
Would do nothing for to hurt her.

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