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  • 37.
    An heroic address to [Oxford], concerning the combined utility and dignity of military affairs and o

    This is my welcome; this is how I have decided to bid All Hail!
    to thee and to the other Nobles.
    Thy splendid fame, great Earl, demands even more than in the case of others
    the services of a poet possessing lofty eloquence.
    Thy merit doth not creep along the ground,
    nor can it be confined within the limits of a song.
    It is a wonder which reaches as far as the heavenly orbs.
    O great-hearted one, strong in thy mind and thy fiery will,
    thou wilt conquer thyself, thou wilt conquer others;
    thy glory will spread out in all directions beyond the Arctic Ocean;
    and England will put thee to the test and prove thee to be native-born Achilles.
    Do thou but go forward boldly and without hesitation.
    Mars will obey thee, Hermes will be thy messenger,
    Pallas striking her shield with her spear shaft will attend thee,
    thine own breast and courageous heart will instruct thee.
    For long time past Phoebus Apollo has cultivated thy mind in the arts.
    English poetical measures have been sung by thee long enough.
    Let that Courtly Epistle —
    more polished even than the writings of Castiglione himself —
    witness how greatly thou dost excel in letters.
    I have seen many Latin verses of thine, yea,
    even more English verses are extant;
    thou hast drunk deep draughts not only of the Muses of France and Italy,
    but hast learned the manners of many men, and the arts of foreign countries.
    It was not for nothing that Sturmius , himself was visited by thee;
    neither in France, Italy, nor Germany are any such cultivated and polished men.
    O thou hero worthy of renown, throw away the insignificant pen, throw away bloodless books,
    and writings that serve no useful purpose; now must the sword be brought into play,
    now is the time for thee to sharpen the spear and to handle great engines of war.
    On all sides men are talking of camps and of deadly weapons; war and the Furies are everywhere,
    and Bellona reigns supreme.

    Now may all martial influences support thy eager mind, driving out the cares of Peace.
    Pull Hannibal up short at the gates of Britain. Defended though he be by a mighty host,
    let Don John of Austria come on only to be driven home again. Fate is unknown to man,
    nor are the counsels of the Thunderer fully determined.
    And what if suddenly a most powerful enemy should invade our borders?
    If the Turk should be arming his savage hosts against us?
    What though the terrible war trumpet is even now sounding its blast?
    Thou wilt see it all; even at this very moment thou art fiercely longing for the fray.
    I feel it. Our whole country knows it.

    In thy breast is noble blood, Courage animates thy brow, Mars lives in thy tongue,
    Minerva strengthen thy right hand, Bellona reigns in thy body, within thee burns the fire of Mars.
    Thine eyes flash fire, thy countenance shakes a spear;
    who would not swear that Achilles had come to life again? read more »

  • 38.
    Beowulf (Episode 25)

    "UNDER harness his heart then is hit indeed
    by sharpest shafts; and no shelter avails
    from foul behest of the hellish fiend.
    Him seems too little what long he possessed. read more »

  • 39.
    Sonnets of the Empire:Gloriana’s England

    Forth sped thy gallant sailors, blithe and free,
    Fearing nor foeman’s hate, nor iron clime,
    Nor Lima’s flame, nor Plata’s fever-slime, read more »

  • 40.
    Francis Makemie

    (Presbyter of Christ in Americas 1683-1708)

    To thee, plain hero of a rugged race,
    We bring the meed of praise too long delayed! read more »

  • 41.
    Richard Minutolo

    IN ev'ry age, at Naples, we are told,
    Intrigue and gallantry reign uncontrolled;
    With beauteous objects in abundance blessed.
    No country round so many has possessed; read more »

  • 42.
    It Was a Famous Victory

    It was a summer evening;
    Old Kaspar was at home,
    Sitting before his cottage door--
    Like in the Southey pome-- read more »

  • 43.
    A Humble Heroine

    'Twas at the Seige of Matagarda, during the Peninsular War,
    That a Mrs Reston for courage outshone any man there by far;
    She was the wife of a Scottish soldier in Matagarda Port,
    And to attend to her husband she there did resort. read more »

  • 44.
    The Burial of Sir John Moore at Corunna

    Not a drum was heard, nor a funeral note,
    As his corse to the rampart we hurried;
    Not a soldier discharged his farewell shot
    O'er the grave where our hero we buried. read more »

  • 45.
    On Seeing Larry Rivers' Washington Crossing The Delaware At The Museum Of Modern Art

    Now that our hero has come back to us
    in his white pants and we know his nose
    trembling like a flag under fire,
    we see the calm cold river is supporting read more »

  • 46.
    Specimen of Translation from the Ajax of Sophocles

    O had he first been swept away,
    Through air by wild winds tossed,
    Or sunk from Heaven's ethereal ray,
    To Pluto's dreary coast. read more »

  • 47.
    The Ballad of Cockatoo Dock

    Of all the docks upon the blue
    There was no dockyard, old or new,
    To touch the dock at Cockatoo. read more »

  • 48.
    May Day

    Come Jack, our place is with the ruck
    On the open road today,
    Not with the tepid "footpath sneak"
    Or with the wise who stop away. read more »

New Hero Poems

  1. The Valor And Hero, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  2. There are heroes, Harold R Hunt Sr
  3. I Know of a Hero, David Rose
  4. Yesterday's Hero, Charles Hancock
  5. Heroes, Devorah Gerber
  6. I yearned, Amina hareed
  7. Prophecy For Story Percy Jackson And The.., Ryan Brodesser
  8. My Hero, Snerdle Nerdbergle
  9. Heroes, Jim Yerman
  10. Hero, Lauwo George
  11. My heroes, Nassy Fesharaki
  12. My Hero Is My Dad, Jan Kurlapski
  13. MY HERO, Rob Hyden
  14. A Glimpse Into The Past, Heather Burns
  15. A Vixen, Floral Flower
  16. The Hero, Bijay Kant Dubey
  17. My Hero's, Kelsey Martinson
  18. Not Your Hero, Mark Beijer
  19. My Hero, Jazz Christopher
  20. Heroes, Peter Hall
  21. My Hero, Luna Black
  22. When A Hero Comes, Vasto Grom
  23. HERO, donald kuutsi
  24. Heroes, C. Albert Andrews
  25. Heros, jamie newcomb
  26. Hero, Alicia Meyers
  27. A Hero?, Timothy Venard
  28. What Is A Hero, Linda Patino
  29. The Hero, Julia Harner
  30. HEROES, PAUL OGUDA
  31. To be Hero, OLANIYAN KEHINDE HERO HKO
  32. ! Heroes Are Dead!, Marvin Brato Sr
  33. Hero, Steven Elsner
  34. A Hero, Vanessa Marin
  35. Hero, Nicholas Hrynchuk
  36. A Hero To Me, christian yanez
  37. Reflections, Yeremiah Hardt
  38. my hero, salsabila alkhatiry
  39. Zero, Nicholas Hrynchuk
  40. hero, Ricky Baker
  41. Heroes Are Born Within, Steven Elsner
  42. My Hero, Bamisaye Adeniran
  43. My hero, Paul Prescott
  44. I am My Hero, Atef Ayadi
  45. Mr. Hero, Shannon Nicole
  46. Stages Of A Hero, Naveed Akram
  47. Let Me Be Your HERO, Jo Hanna Erk
  48. complications, Nyein Way
  49. The Clock Strikes 12 and The Moment is G.., Seairra Kyger
  50. Where Are The Heroes?, Lone Dog
  51. A Hero, Ghost Poet
  52. The Hero To You Not A Hero To Me, Francis Duggan
  53. The Hero and The Villain, Noel Lopez
  54. Heroes, louis clarke
  55. Hero?, Racina Rodriguez
  56. My hero, McKenzie Mickey
  57. tourism ***** JOSE RIZAL BIRTH HOME REVI.., Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan
  58. HEROES, Lee Howlett
  59. Hero?, Mark R Slaughter
  60. my hero, danielle eager
  61. Hero's, Jim O'Donnell
  62. dont be a hero, coby salazar
  63. My one and only hero, ava smith
  64. a hero, daniel romero
  65. 'Hero', Juxtaposed Jealousy
  66. Heroes, Esther Hudson
  67. Savior, Silence Dogood
  68. Stories mirror the front, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  69. Will there be heroes?, Christine Natale
  70. The moment of zero, Shahad Raad
  71. My Heroes Or Heroines Do Good Deeds Ever.., Francis Duggan
  72. Your Hero, Francis Duggan
  73. my hero, SMILEY FACE )
  74. If You Have Your Own Heroes, Francis Duggan
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