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Wantage Poems

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List of New Poems

PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem Passing By Lisle Ryder Free verse Free verse wantage, creation, earth, god, journey,
Roadworks Mike Jones Free verse Free verse wantage, urban,
Alfred the Great Mike Jones Verse Verse wantage, history,
Premium Member Poem RIDGEWAY RAMBLES Brian Strand Ballad Ballad wantage, places,

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Wantage Poem Example

Alfred the Great

Alfred the Great (born Wantage, 849)

Market place; he stands in isolation.
Known for culinary conflagration,
The object of two vandalous attacks –
How scandalous to steal his battle axe !
He burned the cakes and chased the Danes
But what makes Alfred great ?

At Ashdown with his massive axe and helm
He fought the Danes and drove them from his realm.
A firm believer in education,
In order, justice, administration,
He burned the cakes and chased the Danes
And this made Alfred great.

A naval fleet he set upon the sea
And with Mercian and Welsh diplomacy
His armies, garrisons, forts and palisades
Ensured defence against all future raids.
He burned the cakes and chased the Danes
Isn’t our Alfred, Great ?

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