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Famous Bergen Poems by Famous Poets

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

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by Brackenridge, Hugh Henry
...ay, sea, shore or stream 
Circling the hills now rear their lofty heads. 
Far in the Arctic skies a Petersburgh, 
A Bergen, or Archangel lifts its spires 
Glitt'ring with Ice, far in the West appears 
A new Palmyra or an Ecbatan, 
And sees the slow pac'd caravan return 
O'er many a realm from the Pacific shore, 
Where fleets shall then convey rich Persia's silks, 
Arabia's perfumes, and spices rare 
Of Philippine, Coelebe and Marian isles, 
Or from the Acapulco coast our ...Read More

by Sandburg, Carl
...(Bergen)SEVEN days all fog, all mist, and the turbines pounding through high seas.
I was a plaything, a rat’s neck in the teeth of a scuffling mastiff.
Fog and fog and no stars, sun, moon.
Then an afternoon in fjords, low-lying lands scrawled in granite languages on a gray sky,
A night harbor, blue dusk mountain shoulders against a night sky,
And ...Read More

by Marvell, Andrew
...commands sold through the navy? Pett. 
Who would not follow when the Dutch were beat? 
Who treated out the time at Bergen? Pett. 
Who the Dutch fleet with storms disabled met, 
And rifling prizes, them neglected? Pett. 
Who with false news prevented the Gazette, 
The fleet divided, writ for Rupert? Pett. 
Who all our seamen cheated of their debt, 
And all our prizes who did swallow? Pett. 
Who did advise no navy out to set, 
And who the forts left unrepai...Read More

by Kipling, Rudyard
...r Flag's to sell or share.
What is the Flag of England? Winds of the World, declare!

The North Wind blew: -- "From Bergen my steel-shod vanguards go;
I chase your lazy whalers home from the Disko floe;
By the great North Lights above me I work the will of God,
And the liner splits on the ice-field or the Dogger fills with cod.

"I barred my gates with iron, I shuttered my doors with flame,
Because to force my ramparts your nutshell navies came;
I took the sun from th...Read More

by Chesterton, G K
...The wind blew out from Bergen, from the dawning to the day
There was a wreck of trees, a fall of towers, a score of miles away
And drifted like a livid leaf I go before the tide
Spewed out of house and stable, beggared of flag and bride
The heavens are bowed about my head, raging like seraph wars
With rains that might put out the sun, and rid the sky of stars
Rains like the fall o...Read More

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