Thomas Percy King Poems

  • 1.
    Ye highlands, and ye lawlands,
    Oh! whair hae ye been?
    They hae slaine the earl of Murray,
    And hae layd him on the green.
  • 2.
    In the third day of May,
    To Carleile did come
    A kind curteous child,
    That cold much of wisdome.
  • 3.

  • 4.
    As it fell out on a Pentecost day,
    King Arthur at Camelot kept his court royall,
    With his faire queene dame Guenever the gay,
    And many bold barons sitting in hall,
  • 5.
    Of Brutus' blood, in Brittaine borne,
    King Arthur I am to name;
    Through Christendome and Heathynesse
    Well knowne is my worthy fame.
  • 6.
    King Arthur lives in merry Carleile,
    And seemely is to see;
    And there with him queene Guenever,
    That bride soe bright of blee.
  • 7.
    On Trinitye Mondaye in the morne,
    This sore battayle was doom'd to bee,
    Where manye a knighte cry'd, Well-awaye!
    Alacke, it was the more pittìe.
Total 7 King Poems by Thomas Percy

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