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JoeDan1024: Clifton Chapel, by Sir Henry Newbolt. That or Jabberwocky, idk.

DaviesRicky: How apt this picture is. It's symbolism is the fading star of the power and influence of Great Britain: ''And she's fading down the river, But in England's song for ever, She's the Fighting Téméraire." Sir Henry Newbolt 'The Fighting Temeraire'

CwmavonHistory: “He Fell Among Thieves” By Sir Henry Newbolt. Set to music by D. Afan Thomas (Cwmavon). The poem/ballad is about the death of George W Hayward, a 19th century British explorer who was decapitated by sword in 1870 when on the verge of reaching the Oxus River.

JonathanBoff: 'When I looked into Douglas Haig I saw what is really great- perfect acceptance, which means perfect faith.' Sir Henry Newbolt, quoted in Paul Fussell, "The Great War and Modern Memory", p. 26

FiresideBy: Listen to St George's Day by Sir Henry Newbolt at By The Fireside! It's British, it's patriotic and its FREE!!...

YTAudioBooks: Vitai Lampada | Sir Henry Newbolt | Multi-version (Weekly and Fortnightly poetry), Poetry | English:

dreamboatme: â¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸this is absolutely wonderful. The confluence of the metaphor n the literal is in such harmonious synergy ......

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The Shoe Tying
 by Robert Herrick

Anthea bade me tie her shoe;
I did ; and kissed the instep too:
And would have kissed unto her knee,
Had not her blush rebuked me.


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