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  • 37.
    The Thief And Cordelier. A Ballad

    To the tune of King John and the Abbot of Canterbury.

    Who has e'er been at Paris must needs know the Greve,
    The fatal retreat of th' unfortunate brave,
    Where honour and justice most oddly contribute
    To ease heroes' pains by a halter and gibbet.

    Derry down, down, hey derry down.

    There death breaks the shackles which force had put on,
    And the hangman completes what the judge but begun;
    There the Squire of the Pad and the Knight of the Post
    Find their pains no more baulk'd and their hopes no more cross'd.

    Derry down, down, hey derry down.

    Great claims are there made, and great secrets are known,
    And the king, and the law, and the thief, has his own;
    But my hearers cry out, What a deuce dost thou ail?
    Cut off thy reflections, and give us thy tale.

    Derry down, down, hey derry down.

    'Twas there then in civil respect to harsh laws,
    And for want of false witness to back a bad cause,
    A Norman, though late, was obliged to appear,
    And who to assist but a grave cordelier?

    Derry down, down, hey derry down.

    The Squire, whose good grace was to open the scene,
    Seem'd not in great haste that the show should begin,
    Now fitted the halter, now traversed the cart,
    And often took leave, but was loath to depart.

    Derry down, down, hey derry down.

    What frightens you thus, my good son? says the priest?
    You murder'd, are sorry, and have been confest.
    O Father! my sorrow will scarce save my bacon,
    For 'twas not that I murder'd but that I was taken.

    Derry down, down, hey derry down.

    Pough! pr'ythee ne'er trouble thy head with such fancies;
    Rely on the aid you shall have from Saint Francis;
    If the money you promis'd be brought to the chest,
    You have only to die, let the Church do the rest.

    Derry down, down, hey derry down.

    And what will folks say if they see you afraid?
    It reflects upon me as I knew not my trade:
    Courage, Friend, for to-day is your period of sorrow,
    And things will go better believe me to-morrow.

    Derry down, down, hey derry down.

    To-morrow, our hero reply'd, in a fright,
    He that's hang'd before noon ought to think of to-night;
    Tell your beads, quoth the priest, and be fairly truss'd up,
    For you surely to-night shall in Paradise sup.

    Derry down, down, hey derry down.

    Alas! quoth the Squire, howe'er sumptuous the treat,
    Parbleu! I shall have little stomach to eat;
    I should therefore esteem it great favour and grace
    Would you be so kind as to go in my place.

    Derry down, down, hey derry down.

    That I would, quoth the Father, and thank you to boot,
    But our actions, you know, with our must suit;
    The feast I proposed to you I cannot taste,
    For this night, by our Order, is marked for a fast.

    Derry down, down, hey derry down.

    Then turning about to the hangman, he said,
    Despatch me, I pr'ythee, this troublesome blade,
    For thy cord and my cord both equally tie,
    And we live by the gold for which other men die.

    Derry down, down, hey derry down. read more »

  • 38.

    Quasimodo in weeping anguish of heart
    Alone in cathedral bell-tower
    Despised for twisted hunchback ugliness
    Needs the ecstasy of a woman’s love read more »

  • 39.
    The Chronicle Of The Drum

    Part I.

    At Paris, hard by the Maine barriers,
    Whoever will choose to repair, read more »

  • 40.
    Osiris ou la fuite en Égypte

    C'est la guerre c'est l'été
    Déjà l'été encore la guerre
    Et la ville isolée désolée
    Sourit sourit encore read more »

  • 41.
    Je suis un pâle enfant du vieux Paris...

    Je suis un pâle enfant du vieux Paris, et j'ai
    Le regret des rêveurs qui n'ont pas voyagé.
    Au pays bleu mon âme en vain se réfugie, read more »

  • 42.
    'One Day'

    I'll have a house on the hills
    with a three-car garage,
    a panoramic view
    so I can write under the stars, read more »

  • 43.
    Fall of Troy

    Learnt from Chapman's Homer,
    A story full of grace and glamour.
    Killings of Royals, warriors and multitude
    Fall of Troy is read more »

  • 44.
    Kind Paris

    Kind Paris
    under my feet.

    The clack of heels read more »

  • 45.
    Ode to TMZ

    OJ, Britney, Paris, Lohan
    Among the troubles in number
    Iraq, Jena, Iran, Pakistan
    Who is more important? read more »

  • 46.
    Summers In Paris

    each summer i go to paris to write
    and each trip i make you greet me
    as though you haven't seen me in ages
    then you tell me i get more beautiful read more »

  • 47.

    I know this Girl Doris
    She lives in Paris
    Doris asked me to come for a visit
    So I got on a bus and did it, read more »

  • 48.
    Pigmy seraphs—gone astray


    Pigmy seraphs—gone astray—
    Velvet people from Vevay— read more »

New Paris Poems

  1. Paris forever, Milan Georges Burovac
  2. Charlie Hebdo Haiku, john tiong chunghoo
  3. Paris, Nassy Fesharaki
  4. VIVA le France, Charles Hice
  5. JeSuisCharlie (French for I am Charlie) .., Chenou Liu
  6. Paris, Native Land, Ali Podrimja
  7. Don't say Paris, Diane Seuss
  8. It's Paris, You Know!, Alex Nodopaka
  9. Affairs in Paris, sallam yassin
  10. Helen of Troy, Elia Michael
  11. Limerick: Once A Future King Heir Apparent, T (no first name) Wignesan
  12. Love and Entropy, Deliot Taylor
  13. Paris, Translation Of Paul Verlaine's Po.., T (no first name) Wignesan
  14. A Cup of Coffee, Pierre Rausch
  15. Limerick: Once A Briton In The Tour De F.., T (no first name) Wignesan
  16. Haiku Eight Homeless Dead, Jonathan ROBIN
  17. Limerick: Once A Dapper Diplomat In Paris, T (no first name) Wignesan
  18. Rock a bye Train, Diana Rosser
  19. Conduisez A Paris, douglas scotney
  20. Limerick: Once A Belly-Dancer In Cairo, T (no first name) Wignesan
  21. Medieval Mirage, Nicolas GRENIER
  22. Rondelet: Bad Guy Dope*, T (no first name) Wignesan
  23. Paris, Saika Pierre
  24. Paris, MacGregor Tagliaferro
  25. Paris, Guillaume Apollinaire
  26. Lovers In Paris, Gaylord Munemo
  27. In A Paris State Of Mind, Robin Bennett
  28. A Paris State Of Mind, Robin Bennett
  29. Paris Rain, J.D McNair
  30. Through Paris 1970, Terry Collett
  31. Le jardin, Jacques Prevert
  32. Benjamin Franklin, Saiom Shriver
  33. Paris Rain, Windsor Guadalupe Jr
  34. Paris, Abbie Knobben
  35. Paris, Please Accept Me, As A Human Refu.., ahmed khaled
  36. december in Paris, oskar hansen
  37. Ghost of Paris, Joseph Narusiewicz
  38. PARIS, Sylvia Frances Chan
  39. Ode To Venus, Nazmul Haque
  40. Schizophrénie Algérien, Margaret Alice Second
  41. Tatooed Lovers, kp. shashidharan
  42. PARIS SONG, Aldo Kraas
  43. A Rondel For Olivia, Annabel Cruz
  44. Paris, Hrayr Tchanan
  45. In Paris, Marina Ivanovna Tsvetaeva
  46. For Selma, Langston Hughes
  47. PLASTER OF PARIS, Dónall Dempsey
  48. Cafe Prague., Patrick Sant
  49. London To Paris, Joyce Hemsley
  50. Paris(Lil Sis), Angel Wade
  51. Paris (Tribute to Michael Jackson), JAMES T. ADAIR
  52. Travel Haiku - Spring in Paris, john tiong chunghoo
  53. Ooh-la-la Oompa-Loompa, Joe Rosochacki
  54. A Trip to Paris, Boonk Jackson
  55. PARIS MORNING, Lisa Rhodes
  56. Cafe Paris, Arthur Q. Kromwelle
  57. Poetry In Motion Somewhere In Paris, A Poet Who Loves To Sing ... ..
  58. My beautiful Lady, Framarz Bagheri
  59. Rue de Paris, Elaine Oxamendi Vicet
  60. He Never Strays Far, Joyce Hemsley
  63. Paris, Inverno de 1994, João Tomaz Parreira
  64. pink, chris bowen, a.k.a to wit
  67. Paris the lover - Clerihew, Khadim Hussain
  68. Helen of Greece - Clerihew, Khadim Hussain
  69. Problem Solving, chris bowen, a.k.a to wit
  70. You Are My Everything, Aldo Kraas
  71. Mona Lisa, John McCornack
  72. tourism, jan oskar hansen
  73. PARIS, Aldo Kraas
  74. Travel haiku - nevada, john tiong chunghoo
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