Thomas Macdonagh Poems

  • 1.  
    Now, my son, is life for you,
    And I wish you joy of it,-
    Joy of power in all you do,
    Deeper passion, better wit
    ...
  • 2.  
    The stars up in the air,
    The sun and the moon are gone,
    The strand of its waters is bare.
    And her sway is swept from the swan.
    ...
  • 3.  
    His songs were a little phrase
    Of eternal song,
    Drowned in the harping of lays
    More loud and long.
    ...
  • 4.  
    I dreamt last night of you, John-John,
    And thought you called to me;
    And when I woke this morning, John,
    Yourself I hoped to see;
    ...
Total 4 poems written by poet Thomas Macdonagh


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