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Famous Aiding Poems by Famous Poets

These are examples of famous Aiding poems written by some of the greatest and most-well-known modern and classical poets. PoetrySoup is a great educational poetry resource of famous aiding poems. These examples illustrate what a famous aiding poem looks like and its form, scheme, or style (where appropriate).

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by Anonymous,
...verence we assemble,And before His presence bow.He is with us, now and ever,While we call upon His name,Aiding every good endeavor,Guiding every upward aim.God is in His holy temple,—In the pure and humble mind;In the reverent heart and simple;In the soul from sense refined.Then let every low emotionBanished far and silent be;And our hearts in pure devotion,Lord, be temples worthy Thee.[Pg 024]...Read More

by Byron, George (Lord)
And blood is mingled with the dashing stream, 
Which runs all redly till the morning beam. 


Commanding, aiding, animating all, 
Where foe appear'd to press, or friend to fall, 
Cheers Lara's voice, and waves or strikes his steel, 
Inspiring hope himself had ceased to feel. 
None fled, for well they knew that flight were vain, 
But those that waver turn to smite again, 
While yet they find the firmest of the foe 
Recoil before their leader's look and blow; ...Read More

by Nicolson, Adela Florence Cory

   I, strong in nothing else, have strength in this,
     The subtlest, most resistless, force we know
   Is aiding me; and you must stoop and kiss:
     The genius of the race will have it so!

   Yet, make it not too long, nor too intense
     My thirst; lest I should break beneath the strain,
   And the worn nerves, and over-wearied sense,
     Enjoy not what they spent themselves to gain.

   Lest, in the hour when you consent to share
     That human ...Read More

by Tennyson, Alfred Lord
How shall men grow? but work no more alone! 
Our place is much: as far as in us lies 
We two will serve them both in aiding her-- 
Will clear away the parasitic forms 
That seem to keep her up but drag her down-- 
Will leave her space to burgeon out of all 
Within her--let her make herself her own 
To give or keep, to live and learn and be 
All that not harms distinctive womanhood. 
For woman is not undevelopt man, 
But diverse: could we make her as the man, 
Sweet Lov...Read More

by Byron, George (Lord)
...d foot by foot, 
Still Minotti dares dispute 
The latest portion of the land 
Left beneath his high command; 
With him, aiding heart and hand, 
The remnant of his gallant band. 
Still the church is tenable, 
Whence issued the fated ball 
That half avenged the city's fall, 
When Alp, her fierce assailant, fell: 
Thither bending sternly back, 
They leave before a bloody track; 
And, with their faces to the foe, 
Dealing wounds with every blow, 
The chief, and his retreating...Read More

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