Famous Poems from Bygone Days
Over 80 poems from the 19th and early 20th centuries, from Hugh Antoine d'Arcy's "The Face on the Barroom Floor" to Phila Henrietta Chase's "Nobody’s Child," rich in rhythm and rhyme, filled with feelings and stories about love and war, ships and the sea, farms and family, life and death, heaven and hell. Introduction. Brief biographies of each poet. Alphabetical indexes of titles and first lines.
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With walls encompassed round— Where flocks may range and herds may low, And kids and lambkins play, And flowers and fruits commingled grow, ...
Twenty Years Ago I've wander'd to the village, Tom, I've sat beneath the tree, Upon the school-house play-ground, which shelter'd you and me; But none were ...
The boys were playing some old game, beneath the same old tree— I do forget the name just now; you've play'd the same with me On that same spot; ...
... excepting you and me, And when our time is come, Tom, and we are call'd to go, I hope they'll lay us where we play'd, just twenty years ago.
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