Poems about harboured (21 Poems)


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    Paradise Regain’d : Book I. (John Milton Poems)

    I, who erewhile the happy Garden sungBy one man’s disobedience lost, now singRecovered Paradise to all mankind,By one man’s firm obedience fully triedThrough all temptation, and the Tempter foiledIn all his wiles, defeated and repulsed,And Eden raised in the waste … Continue reading



    Pretence. Part II – The Library (John Kenyon Poems)

    ARGUMENT. REFUGE IN A LIBRARY. CONVERSE WITH BOOKS.-POLEMICAL WRITERS.-POETS- BOOKS READ OVER AGAIN. THE WORLDLY CONTINUALLY TAKES PLACE OF THE IDEAL. CONSEQUENT INTRUSION OF PRETENCE AND PRETENSION INTO LITERATURE. PLAGIARISMS.-AFFECTATIONS OF STYLE.-AGE BEFORE THE INVENTION OF LETTERS-ITS ADVANTAGES.-AGES OF MANUSCRIPT-OF … Continue reading



    Biography (John Masefield Poems)

      When I am buried, all my thoughts and acts  Will be reduced to lists of dates and facts,  And long before this wandering flesh is rotten  The dates which made me will be all forgotten;  And none will know the gleam there used to … Continue reading



    Loch Buy (John Douglas Sutherland Campbell Poems)

    PART I. Dark, with shrouds of mist surrounded. Rise the mountains from the shore,Where the galleys of the Islesmen Stand updrawn, their voyage o’er. Horns this morn are hoarsely sounding From Loch Buy’s ancient wall,While for chase the guests and vassals Gather in the … Continue reading



    The Royal Mails (Ralph Hodgson Poems)

    For all its flowers and trailing bowers,Its singing birds and streams,This valley’s not the blissful spot,The paradise, it seems.I don’t forget a man I metBeneath this very tree, —The cooing of that cushat doveBrings back his face to me, —The … Continue reading



    Alice (John Hartley Poems)

    Dear little Alice lay dying;– I see her as if ’twas to-day,And we stood round her snowy bed, crying, And watching her life ebb away. ‘Twas a beautiful day in the spring, The sun shone out warmly and clear;And the wee birds, their … Continue reading



    For a Gentlewoman (Humfrey Gifford Poems)

    Like as a forte or fenced towne, By foes assault that lies in field,When Bulwarkes all are beaten downe, Is by perforce constraynde to yeelde,So I that could no while withstand, The battery of your pleasant loue,The flagge of truce tooke in my … Continue reading



    3 Sonnets for Migrants (Kendrick Smithyman Poems)

    1Stiff work for hands or will, they drovetheir brig southward. Science asked them assignplanet and land-mass place where none was known.Steep from bull kelp’s discrepant ice a livesail queried Age its reason, while gravedetermined speculating boomed like a gun.Lowbanked, tradition’s … Continue reading



    A Complaynt of a Louer (Humfrey Gifford Poems)

    If euer wofull wight had cause, to pipe in bitter smart,I which am thrall to Cupids lawes, with him may beare a part.Whose ioyful dayes alas, are gone; whom daily cares doe tosse,But wote yee why I thus take on? … Continue reading



    Hope in God (John Bowring Poems)

    O there are hours so dark and dull, That nought of earthly light can cheer;Hours full of fear—and sorrowful— When the worn spirit has no earFor comfort, and its miseryCan find no solace but from Thee. From Thee—whose eye is never closed To … Continue reading





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