Poems about missal (21 Poems)


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    Otho The Great – Act I (John Keats Poems)

    A TRAGEDYIN FIVE ACTSDRAMATIS PERSONSOTHO THE GREAT, Emperor of Germany.LUDOLPH, his Son.CONRAD, Duke of Franconia.ALBERT, a Knight, favoured by Otho.SIGIFRED, an Officer, friend of Ludolph.THEODORE, an OfficerGONFRED, an OfficerETHELBERT. an Abbot.GERSA, Prince of Hungary.An Hungarian Captain.Physician.Page.Nobles, Knights, Attendants, and Soldiers.ERMINIA, Niece of … Continue reading



    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



    Otho The Great – Act IV (John Keats Poems)

    SCENE I. AURANTHE’S Apartment.AURANTHE and CONRAD discovered.Conrad. Well, well, I know what ugly jeopardyWe are cag’d in; you need not pester thatInto my ears. Prythee, let me be sparedA foolish tongue, that I may bethink meOf remedies with some deliberation.You … Continue reading



    At The Saturday Club (Oliver Wendell Holmes Poems)

    THIS is our place of meeting; oppositeThat towered and pillared building: look at it;King’s Chapel in the Second George’s day,Rebellion stole its regal name away,–Stone Chapel sounded better; but at lastThe poisoned name of our provincial pastHad lost its ancient … Continue reading



    The Devil And The Monk (Hanford Lennox Gordon Poems)

    Once Satan and a monk went on a “drunk,”And Satan struck a bargain with the monk,Whereby the Devil’s crew was much increasedBy penceless poor and now and then a priestWho, lacking cunning or good common sense,Got caught _in flagrante_ and … Continue reading



    Dialogues (Pietro Aretino Poems)

    ANTONIA What did you see? Tell me, please!NANNA In the cell I saw four sisters, the General, and the three milky-white and ruby-red young friars, who were taking off the reverend father’s cassock and garbing him in a big velvet … Continue reading



    A Good Time Going! (Oliver Wendell Holmes Poems)

    BRAVE singer of the coming time,Sweet minstrel of the joyous present,Crowned with the noblest wreath of rhyme,The holly-leaf of Ayrshire’s peasant,Good by! Good by!–Our hearts and hands,Our lips in honest Saxon phrases,Cry, God be with him, till he standsHis feet … Continue reading



    The Hermit (Mattie Griffith Browne Poems)

    IT was a cold and bitter winter night.The keen winds howled around like beasts of preySeeking for victims. A white shroud of snowCovered the desolate and lonely moorOn which a cottage stood. A single lampShone through the window, shedding faintly … Continue reading



    Furness Abbey (Letitia Elizabeth Landon Poems)

    I WISH for the days of the olden time,When the hours were told by the abbey chime,When the glorious stars looked down through the midnigh dim,Like approving saints on the choir’s sweet hymn:I think of the days we are living … Continue reading



    Sonnet. The Day Is Gone (John Keats Poems)

    The day is gone, and all its sweets are gone!Sweet voice, sweet lips, soft hand, and softer breast,Warm breath, light whisper, tender semitone,Bright eyes, accomplished shape, and lang’rous waist!Faded the flower and all its budded charms,Faded the sight of beauty … Continue reading





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