HUNTING POEMS


In this page, poems on / about “hunting” are listed.

  • 349.
    Fingal - Book I

    ARGUMENT.

    Cuthullin (general of the Irish tribes, in the minority of Cormac, king of Ireland) sitting alone beneath a tree, at the gate of Tura, a castle of Ulster (the other chiefs having gone on a hunting party to Cromla, a neighboring hill,) is informed of the landing of Swaran, king of Lochlin, by Moran, the son of Fithil, one of his scouts. He convenes the chiefs; a council is held, and disputes run high about giving battle to the enemy. Connal, the petty king of Togorma, and an intimate friend of Cuthullin, was for retreating, till Fingal, king of those Caledonians who inhabited the north-west coast of Scotland, whose aid had been previously solicited, should arrive; but Calmar, the son of Matha, lord of Lara, a country in Connaught, was for engaging the enemy immediately. Cuthullin, of himself willing to fight, went into the opinion of Calmar. Marching towards the enemy, he missed three of his bravest heroes, Fergus, Duchômar, and Cáthba. Fergus arriving, tells Cuthullin of the death of the two other chiefs: which introduces the affecting episode of Morna, the daughter of Cormac. The army of Cuthullin is descried at a distance by Swaran, who sent the son of Arno to observe the motions of the enemy, while he himself ranged his forces in order of battle. The son of Arno returning to Swaran, describes to him Cuthullin's chariot, and the terrible appearance of that hero. The armies engage, but night coming on, leaves the victory undecided. Cuthullin, according to the hospitality of the times, sends to Swaran a formal invitation to a feast, by his bard Carril, the son of Kinfena. Swaran refuses to come. Carril relates to Cuthullin the story of Grudar and Brassolis. A party, by Connal's advice, is sent to observe the enemy; which closes the action of the first day. read more »

  • 350.
    Time And Life

    I.

    Time, thy name is sorrow, says the stricken
    Heart of life, laid waste with wasting flame read more »

  • 351.
    Dream A While With Me

    I dream of rainbows, Bright in the sky,
    I dream of lightning, together we cry,

    I dream of flowers, I feel such delight, read more »

  • 352.
    Idylls of the King: The Last Tournament (excerpt)

    Dagonet, the fool, whom Gawain in his mood
    Had made mock-knight of Arthur's Table Round,
    At Camelot, high above the yellowing woods,
    Danced like a wither'd leaf before the hall. read more »

  • 353.
    Thoughts in a Garden

    HOW vainly men themselves amaze
    To win the palm, the oak, or bays,
    And their uncessant labours see
    Crown'd from some single herb or tree, read more »

  • 354.
    The Dunciad: Book II.

    High on a gorgeous seat, that far out-shone
    Henley's gilt tub, or Flecknoe's Irish throne,
    Or that where on her Curlls the public pours, read more »

  • 355.
    In the Stable

    What! you don't like him; well, maybe -- we all have our fancies, of course:
    Brumby to look at, you reckon? Well, no; he's a thoroughbred horse;
    Sired by a son of old Panic -- look at his ears and his head --
    Lop-eared and Roman-nosed, ain't he? -- well, that's how the Panics are bred. read more »

  • 356.
    The Lay Of The Bell

    Fast, in its prison-walls of earth,
    Awaits the mould of baked clay.
    Up, comrades, up, and aid the birth
    The bell that shall be born to-day! read more »

  • 357.
    Gray-Eyed King

    Glory to you, inescapable pain!
    The gray-eyed king died yesterday. read more »

  • 358.
    Mycerinus

    'Not by the justice that my father spurn'd,
    Not for the thousands whom my father slew,
    Altars unfed and temples overturn'd,
    Cold hearts and thankless tongues, where thanks are due; read more »

  • 359.
    A Jacobite's Exile

    The weary day runs down and dies,
    The weary night wears through:
    And never an hour is fair wi' flower,
    And never a flower wi' dew. read more »

  • 360.
    # a deceiver

    God not as one here
    god in a manifold here
    himself to many read more »

New Hunting Poems

  1. Haiku 'shadow ', miken newman
  2. The Hunting Of Dark Angel, Lilly Emery
  3. Song—The Bonie Moor-hen, Robert Burns
  4. First Hunt, gemma cadd
  5. Grove Of The Death, Tony Adah
  6. Hunt, Pradip Chattopadhyay
  7. Caught By The Light!, Denis Martindale
  8. The spider, Somanathan Iyer
  9. Again They Come XLIII, Sadiqullah Khan
  10. Majakovskiiiiiiij, Adriano Spatola
  11. Hunter, Suraj Maurya
  12. Sky Blue Zoo, Nic Miller
  13. Lioness, Laura Raimondo
  14. The Palmwine Drinkers, Tony Adah
  15. The Hunting Of Dark Angel, Poetic Lilly Emery
  16. Reverse it plays well, Pranab K. Chakraborty
  17. The Huntsmen, Atif Saqi
  18. Hunter, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  19. suspicion, celia denatala
  20. Whole day, hasmukh amathalal
  21. Basic instincts, gulsher JOHN
  22. Night Night 2, Omobude Saint perry
  23. The Devil, Melissa K Vigna
  24. ALL THEIR WAR WEAPONRY WILL TURN INTO JUNK, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  25. Prime Truth - 12, Pranab K. Chakraborty
  26. Terror Tiger Night Stalking Killing, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  27. Terror Stalks The Jungle, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  28. O! To Be a Shark, Jeff Gangwer
  29. Monarch Of The Glen, Colin Ian Jeffery
  30. Conversion, Nassy Fesharaki
  31. Treasure hunt, Nassy Fesharaki
  32. Spirit Of The Wolf, Graeme Boast
  33. The Dénouement, Sadiqullah Khan
  34. Man To Live (Diamantes), Gert Strydom
  35. Content Of Life, Egbe Chris
  36. Survive Solo Hunted By Swift Packs, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  37. Mr. Candidate's Criteria, Pranab K. Chakraborty
  38. Life Cycles Images Following, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  39. My Beasts, Poppa Yao
  40. Pain, Jake whaley
  41. Treasure hunt, Umasree Raghunath
  42. Orion the Hunter, Ima Ryma
  43. Courageous, Waltz For Zizi
  44. 'Last Fortress', A. P. Herbert
  45. Red-Headed Restaurant Cashier, Carl Sandburg
  46. ? m, otteri selvakumar
  47. Meadows Flagged With Phlox, Saiom Shriver
  48. the Hunt, John Wollenzien
  49. Man hunts man, not competes., Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  50. O dappled one, Aniruddha Pathak
  51. Hunting, Eleonora Woods
  52. Their First Lesson, Denis Martindale
  53. A Pair Of Nomad, veeraiyah subbulakshmi
  54. Dead night not known, hasmukh amathalal
  55. Hunted Tiger, Tirupathi Chandrupatla
  56. The Man I Met On My Way, shery vincent nazrath
  57. Cherokkee, Steve Yeager
  58. { A Jungle Outing }: : : : : : F.O.R.M. .., Manohar Bhatia
  59. The Mob, amar qamar
  60. The Hunt, Rasul Raessi
  61. Undertaker, Oscar Robles
  62. Oblivion, The Blessed., Tajudeen Shah
  63. Talk of the young, Ragy Sandid
  64. The Medusas convolution, Zamir Osorov
  65. The anti-Darwinism of love, Zamir Osorov
  66. Concepts 11, Somanathan Iyer
  67. The Greatest Hunt, Sanjeev Kumar
  68. Hunt, otteri selvakumar
  69. The Hunter Is Now The Hunted, Philip Carter
  70. Why Deer Hunting is Special to Me, Roger Horsch
  71. Hot piece, gajanan mishra
  72. Hunters Pledge, Wayne McCullough
  73. Haiku 13.4, Leonardo Diaz
  74. Science to good use., Hardik Vaidya
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