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Albion Poems - Poems about Albion

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Spirit Of The Ancient Isles
...Spirit of the ancient isles, Of Erin and of Albion, I call to thee, Please come to us, Ancient spirit come to me, I call to thee, In moorland wind, And highland glen, In summer meadow, By Gr......Read More
Categories: albion, devotion, earth, environment, inspirational,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member The Old Lady of the Sea
... Built in a Belfast shipyard for Shaw Savill ‘n Albion Line. On her flagstaff wind ‘n lee flew the Southern Cross ensign, down a slipway to the sea launched afar by Her Majesty ......Read More
Categories: albion, childhood, voyage,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Saturday Night In Relegation
...A word once spelled out Defining what Saturday Night was all about Lads from Bay City Scene colorful, enchanting, and ever so pretty Roller and rocking Having one number that......Read More
Categories: albion, america, health, literature, london,
Form: Rhyme
Song of Amergin: Translation
...The Song of Amergin: Modern English Translations The Song of Amergin loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch I am the sea breeze I am the ocean wave I am the surf's thunder I a......Read More
Categories: albion, ireland, myth, mythology, song,
Form: Free verse
What I imagine Blake might have said today
...We behold thy gardens fair. Say, to what do they compare? And yet thy airs of fire and fume have filled the world with noise of doom. The sceptered isle that Shakespeare saw, or Satan's realm by......Read More
Categories: albion, bible, earth, england,
Form: Rhyme

The bureaucrat's pen versus the the sword
...Hark, compatriots of mine, hark that ye all may hear a song that yet may cheer your hearts and prompt a bashful tear. We man the good ship Albion upon this storm-tossed sea. Our native rights we......Read More
Categories: albion, conflict, courage, patriotic,
Form: Heroic Couplet
Jerusalem or Babylon
...We behold thy gardens fair. Say, to what do these compare? And yet thy airs of fire and fume have filled the earth with noise of doom. The sceptered isle that Shakespeare saw, or the Satanic mil......Read More
Categories: albion, bible,
Form: Couplet
...armies pouring out of Mordor. peaks of mass our souls out of Albion came Ether among us & sought of the clovers sweet sustenance, of ages past & came sealing among us ages of yonder missile am......Read More
Categories: albion, america, beautiful, confusion, science
Form: Free verse
My lies
...Now I seal these lying lips until forces open. I confessed. Now it is time for my silent repenting Deserved shame is the string sewing my sinning lips closed. For unworthy lips as mine do part......Read More
Categories: albion, allusion, angel, bible, corruption,
Form: I do not know?
... With bitter tears in my eyes and a loving sweet kiss Dear Albion I say goodbye, Thy presence I will miss!* (c) Demetrios Trifiatis 2......Read More
Categories: albion, bereavement, england, world,
Form: Couplet
The Time of the Summer Solstice
...The Time of the Summer Solstice Drums pulsing solemnly presage the break of dawn, bonfires ablaze dot this auspicious June morn. On the shores of Albion, Druid priests converge, as Eart......Read More
Categories: albion, celebration, religion, summer,
Form: Rhyme
Ancient Prophecy
...The tender, torpid sun floats bored and heavy over vines And casts his gentle, crimson rays upon the Apennines. Above the calm and golden hill, Agrippa’s villa stands: A marble mansion reigning f......Read More
Categories: albion, destiny, history, mythology, patriotic,
Form: Rhyme
late night
...Into the kingdom. From the kingdom was I bourne ancestral sailed into the fall of the hemispheres equator. Other earth side I became alive. The table on the fringe. From the kingdom all my cult......Read More
Categories: albion, best friend, change, england,
Form: Free verse
A British Diary passing millenium
...The ask of cultures. Dutch to Portugal, do you think colonisation of fruit and lands and their inhabitants was the fairest exchange of our tactics of the strategy to wrestles of communication. They......Read More
Categories: albion, culture, time, travel, true
Form: Free verse
... Our heritage vanishing Before us it's diminishing. Stolen from us in broad daylight, In hopes of better tomorrow we delight While in ruins our yesterday lies, As vices thrive and culture dies.......Read More
Categories: albion, africa, community, corruption, environment,
Form: Elegy

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