Poems about gules (18 Poems)


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    The Eve Of St. Agnes (John Keats Poems)

    I.St. Agnes’ Eve–Ah, bitter chill it was!  The owl, for all his feathers, was a-cold;  The hare limp’d trembling through the frozen grass,  And silent was the flock in woolly fold:  Numb were the Beadsman’s fingers, while he told  His rosary, and while his frosted … Continue reading



    Guy Of The Temple (John Hay Poems)

    Down the dim West slow fails the stricken sun,And from his hot face fades the crimson flushVeiled in death’s herald-shadows sick and gray.Silent and dark the sombre valley liesForgotten; happy in the late fond beamsGlimmer the constant waves of Galilee.Afar, … Continue reading



    The Vision of Sir Lionel (Oscar Fay Adams Poems)

    Argument: “There were three sisters in a hall,There came a knight among them them all;‘Good-morrow, aunt,’ to the one,‘Good-morrow, aunt,’ to the other,‘Good-morrow, gentlewoman,’ to the third.‘If you were my auntAs the other two be,I would say good-morrowThen, aunts all … Continue reading



    Chatterton’s Will (Thomas Chatterton Poems)

    Burgum, I thank thee, thou hast let me seeThat Bristol has impress’d her stamp on thee,Thy generous spirit emulates the Mayor’s,Thy generous spirit with thy Bristol’s pairs.Gods! what would Burgum give to get a name,And snatch his blundering dialect from … Continue reading



    Rural Sunday (Michael Barsley Poems)

    With vacant stare in the market square,Tricked out in a lilac suit,The villager stands with great handsAnd chaffs with a raw recruit.The heat comes down on a sleepy townLike a blanket over the head,And a church clock beats in the … Continue reading



    Leopards at Knole (Victoria Sackville-West Poems)

    Leopards on the gable-ends,Leopards on the painted stair,Stiff the blazoned shield they bear,Or and gules, a bend of vair,Leopards on the gable-ends,Leopards everywhere. Guard and vigil in the nightWhile the ancient house is sleepingThey three hundred years are keeping,Nightly from … Continue reading



    Balin and Balan (Alfred Lord Tennyson Poems)

    Pellam the King, who held and lost with LotIn that first war, and had his realm restoredBut rendered tributary, failed of lateTo send his tribute; wherefore Arthur calledHis treasurer, one of many years, and spake,‘Go thou with him and him … Continue reading



    A Corymbus For Autumn (Francis Thompson Poems)

    Hearken my chant, ’tisAs a Bacchante’s,A grape-spurt, a vine-splash, a tossed tress, flown vaunt ’tis!Suffer my singing,Gipsy of Seasons, ere thou go winging;Ere Winter throwsHis slaking snowsIn thy feasting-flagon’s impurpurate glows!The sopped sun–toper as ever drank hard –Stares foolish, hazed,Rubicund, … Continue reading



    Vivien (Alan Seeger Poems)

    Her eyes under their lashes were blue pools Fringed round with lilies; her bright hair unfurled Clothed her as sunshine clothes the summer world. Her robes were gauzes — gold and green and gules, All furry things flocked round her, … Continue reading



    The Eve Of St. Agnes (John Keats Poem)

    St. Agnes’ Eve–Ah, bitter chill it was! The owl, for all his feathers, was a-cold; The hare limp’d trembling through the frozen grass, And silent was the flock in woolly fold: Numb were the Beadsman’s fingers, while he told His … Continue reading





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