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Poems About: BALLAD

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  • 25.
    Robert Burns Was His Name

    He never went to college yet few as great as he
    Nor to his name he never had a literary degree
    He was a Singing Ploughboy he came up the hard way
    His songs are sung around the World and his legend lives today. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 26.
    Little Cricket (#1 Poem)

    His ballad sets the evening sun,
    Bidding all farewell, the day is done.
    While twilight ushers in the dew,
    Welcomed chirps, that bid adeau. read more »

    Barry A. Lanier
  • 27.
    Ballad

    There is a constant ballad
    Within; with music and my emotions
    What to say of the absent lad read more »

    malini kadir
  • 28.
    The Rhymes That Our Hearts Can Read

    The Rhymes That Our Hearts Can Read
    We are sated of songs that hymn the praise
    Of a world beyond our ken;
    We are bored by the ballads of beaten ways, read more »

    Edwin Greenslade Murphy
  • 29.
    The Unfathomable Ballad Of My Heart

    I stagger in desolation
    To find you in isolation
    Doomed was I, to want that which cannot be read more »

    Leila Makke
  • 30.
    The Ragged Ph.D. Guide And The Ragged Scholar (Lady Gregory’s ‘The Rising of The Moon’ One-act Play Not)

    Both of them the ragged men,
    The patriots,
    Singing ballads
    Of freedom and liberation. read more »

    Bijay Kant Dubey
  • 31.
    On John Manifold

    John Manifold was an Australian poet worthy of praise
    He helped keep alive the Australian songs of convict days
    His original poem 'The Bunyip and the whistling Kettle' remains as an Aussie great
    Poem of the twentieth century like all good rhyme poems one that does not have a use by date read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 32.
    Sigerson Clifford Sung Of

    Sigerson Clifford sung of the The Boys of Barr Na Sraide the happy boys who hunted for the Wran
    The boys who grew up to be freedom fighters Who took on the British troops The Black and Tan
    He glorified them in his famous ballad the brave young rebels of his Kerry Town
    The boys of Caherciveen and Barr Na Sraide to fight for Ireland their claim to renown read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 33.
    The Great W H Ogilvie (1869-1963)

    The great W H Ogilvie was more than one of note
    The man from Kelso in Scotland who spent twelve years in Australia Became a legendary poet
    His book of poems 'Fair Girls and Gray Horses' made his a celebrated name
    His poems by decades have outlived him a testament to his fame. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 34.
    The Southern Grampians Balladeer

    He pens and sings his own ballads the Southern Grampians balladeer
    And through the famous old shire he is known far and near
    At pubs and clubs in Hamilton he often does entertain
    A middle aged bush Poet and about him nothing vain. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 35.
    Crinaloo's Dan O Horgan

    I recall the poems of Dan O Horgan he was a renowned Duhallow poet
    When I was a schoolboy in Millstreet he was one of literary note
    He was famous Crinaloo's old Dan O some of his poems living today
    Perhaps it should go without saying that with words he did have a way. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 36.
    Goodbye.

    Write me a poem,
    A short love ballad,
    Whose words, though benign
    Will somewhat revivify read more »

    Brian Kamara
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