Who is Katharine Tynan

Louise de la Vallière (1885) poemsShamrocks (1887)Ballads & Lyrics (1891)Irish Love-Songs (1892)A Cluster of Nuts, Being Sketches Among My Own People (1894)Cuckoo Songs (1894)Miracle Plays (1895)The Land of Mist and Mountain (1895)The Way of a Maid (1895)Three Fair Maids, or the Burkes of Derrymore (c.1895) later Illustrated by G. Demain HammondAn Isle in the Water (1896)Any women(1896)Oh, What a Plague is Love! (1896)The Golden Lily (1899)The Dear Irish Girl (1899)Her Father's Daughter (1900)Poems (1901)A Daughter of the Fields (1901)A King's Woman (1902)Love of Sisters (1902)The Great Capta...
Read Full Biography

Katharine Tynan Poems

  • Recompense: (for Lord Kilhacken)
    That which I saved I lost
    And that I lost I found,
    And you are mine, oh tender little ghost,
    Whose grave is holy ground. ...
  • A Birth-night Song
    The Child is rocked on Mary's knee,
    Cold in the stall this bitter night,
    And 'Lullalay-loo,' soft singeth she,
    'My little Boy and Heaven's Delight!' ...
  • Lament
    To the Immortal Tenth (Irish) Division

    Suvla, name of bitterness, ...
  • A Song Of Going
    I would not like to live to be very old,
    To be stripped cold and bare
    Of all my leafage that was green and gold
    In the delicious air. ...
  • The Heart Of A Boy
    To Mrs. Guy Wyndham

    The heart of a boy is full of light, ...
Read All Poems

Top 10 most used topics by Katharine Tynan

Heart 60 God 56 Love 52 I Love You 52 Dear 50 Young 45 Night 44 Sweet 41 Head 40 Long 39

Katharine Tynan Quotes

Read All Quotes

Comments about Katharine Tynan

  • Sbasdeo1: remembering a poor irishman and his penny dreadfuls (1893) | katharine tynan
  • Drsarahparker: ‘poetical reputations, of women especially, have a way of growing dowdy and going out of fashion, to return, it may be, like other fashions, to a day which shall find them new.’ i think i just found the perfect epigraph for my monograph. thank you, katharine tynan.
  • Gwmreynolds: "g. w. m. reynolds we devoured in the coral island, a big tome of horrors; and there was eugéne sue’s mysteries of paris in three big volumes."
  • Sbasdeo1: remembering a poor irishman and his penny dreadfuls (1893) | katharine tynan
  • Sciseekfeed: stephen basdeo: remembering a poor irishman and his penny dreadfuls (1893) | katharine tynan
Read All Comments

Write your comment about Katharine Tynan

Poem of the day

Boris Pasternak Poem
The Garden Scatters Burnt-Up Beetles...
 by Boris Pasternak

The garden scatters burnt-up beetles
Like brazen ash, from braziers burst.
I witness, by my lighted candle,
A newly blossomed universe.

And like a not yet known religion
I enter this unheard of night,
In which the shabbily-grey poplar

Read complete poem

Popular Poets