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John Davidson Poems

  • A Cinque Port
    Below the down the stranded town
    What may betide forlornly waits,
    With memories of smoky skies,
    When Gallic navies crossed the straits; ...
  • Imagination
    There is a dish to hold the sea,
    A brazier to contain the sun,
    A compass for the galaxy,
    A voice to wake the dead and done! ...
  • Song Of A Train
    A monster taught
    To come to hand
    Amain,
    As swift as thought ...
  • A Runnable Stag
    When the pods went pop on the broom, green broom,
    And apples began to be golden-skinn'd,
    We harbour'd a stag in the Priory coomb,
    And we feather'd his trail up-wind, up-wind, ...
  • A Ballad Of Hell
    'A letter from my love to-day!
    Oh, unexpected, dear appeal!'
    She struck a happy tear away,
    And broke the crimson seal. ...
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Yvonne Of Brittany
 by Ernest Dowson

In your mother's apple-orchard,
Just a year ago, last spring:
Do you remember, Yvonne!
The dear trees lavishing
Rain of their starry blossoms
To make you a coronet?
Do you ever remember, Yvonne,
As I remember yet?
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