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Blog on The Great Poet-- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow,

Blog Posted:2/18/2021 4:37:00 PM

Blog on Henry Wadsworth Longfellow,

Three Poems by Longfellow…


  1. The Day is Done


The day is done, and the darkness

      Falls from the wings of Night,

As a feather is wafted downward

      From an eagle in his flight.


I see the lights of the village

      Gleam through the rain and the mist,

And a feeling of sadness comes o'er me

      That my soul cannot resist:


A feeling of sadness and longing,

      That is not akin to pain,

And resembles sorrow only

      As the mist resembles the rain.


Come, read to me some poem,

      Some simple and heartfelt lay,

That shall soothe this restless feeling,

      And banish the thoughts of day.


Not from the grand old masters,

      Not from the bards sublime,

Whose distant footsteps echo

      Through the corridors of Time.


For, like strains of martial music,

      Their mighty thoughts suggest

Life's endless toil and endeavor;

      And to-night I long for rest.


Read from some humbler poet,

      Whose songs gushed from his heart,

As showers from the clouds of summer,

      Or tears from the eyelids start;


Who, through long days of labor,

      And nights devoid of ease,

Still heard in his soul the music

      Of wonderful melodies.


Such songs have power to quiet

      The restless pulse of care,

And come like the benediction

      That follows after prayer.


Then read from the treasured volume

      The poem of thy choice,

And lend to the rhyme of the poet

      The beauty of thy voice.


And the night shall be filled with music,

      And the cares, that infest the day,

Shall fold their tents, like the Arabs,

      And as silently steal away.



  1. The Arrow and the Song

                           BY HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW

I shot an arrow into the air,

It fell to earth, I knew not where;

For, so swiftly it flew, the sight

Could not follow it in its flight.


I breathed a song into the air,

It fell to earth, I knew not where;

For who has sight so keen and strong,

That it can follow the flight of song?


Long, long afterward, in an oak

I found the arrow, still unbroke;

And the song, from beginning to end,

I found again in the heart of a friend.




  1. Aftermath


When the summer fields are mown,

When the birds are fledged and flown,

      And the dry leaves strew the path;

With the falling of the snow,

With the cawing of the crow,

Once again the fields we mow

      And gather in the aftermath.


Not the sweet, new grass with flowers

Is this harvesting of ours;

      Not the upland clover bloom;

But the rowen mixed with weeds,

Tangled tufts from marsh and meads,

Where the poppy drops its seeds

      In the silence and the gloom.






Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow photographed by Julia Margaret Cameron in 1868

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow photographed by Julia Margaret Cameron in 1868

Born        February 27, 1807

Portland, Maine, U.S.

Died        March 24, 1882 (aged 75)

Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.

Occupation        Poet


Alma mater        Bowdoin College

Spouses        Mary Storer Potter

Frances Elizabeth Appleton

Children        Charles Appleton Longfellow

Ernest Wadsworth Longfellow

Fanny Longfellow

Alice Mary Longfellow

Edith Longfellow

Anne Allegra Longfellow


Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (February 27, 1807 – March 24, 1882) was an American poet and educator whose works include "Paul Revere's Ride", The Song of Hiawatha, and Evangeline. He was the first American to translate Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy and was one of the Fireside Poets from New England.


Longfellow was born in Portland, Maine, which was then still part of Massachusetts. He studied at Bowdoin College and became a professor at Bowdoin and later at Harvard College after spending time in Europe. His first major poetry collections were Voices of the Night (1839) and Ballads and Other Poems (1841). He retired from teaching in 1854 to focus on his writing, and he lived the remainder of his life in the Revolutionary War headquarters of George Washington in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His first wife Mary Potter died in 1835 after a miscarriage. His second wife Frances Appleton died in 1861 after sustaining burns when her dress caught fire. After her death, Longfellow had difficulty writing poetry for a time and focused on translating works from foreign languages. He died in 1882.


Longfellow wrote many lyric poems known for their musicality and often presenting stories of mythology and legend. He became the most popular American poet of his day and had success overseas. He has been criticized by some, however, for imitating European styles and writing specifically for the masses.



Birthplace of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Portland, Maine, c. 1910; the house was demolished in 1955.

Longfellow was born on February 27, 1807, to Stephen Longfellow and Zilpah (Wadsworth) Longfellow in Portland, Maine,[1] then a district of Massachusetts.[2] He grew up in what is now known as the Wadsworth-Longfellow House. His father was a lawyer, and his maternal grandfather was Peleg Wadsworth, a general in the American Revolutionary War and a Member of Congress.[3] His mother was descended from Richard Warren, a passenger on the Mayflower.[4] He was named after his mother's brother Henry Wadsworth, a Navy lieutenant who had died three years earlier at the Battle of Tripoli.[5] He was the second of eight children.[6]


Longfellow was descended from English colonists who settled in New England in the early 1600s.[7] They included Mayflower Pilgrims Richard Warren, William Brewster, and John and Priscilla Alden through their daughter Elizabeth Pabodie, the first child born in Plymouth Colony.[8]


Longfellow attended a dame school at the age of three and was enrolled by age six at the private Portland Academy. In his years there, he earned a reputation as being very studious and became fluent in Latin.[9] His mother encouraged his enthusiasm for reading and learning, introducing him to Robinson Crusoe and Don Quixote.[10] He published his first poem in the Portland Gazette on November 17, 1820, a patriotic and historical four-stanza poem called "The Battle of Lovell's Pond".[11] He studied at the Portland Academy until age 14. He spent much of his summers as a child at his grandfather Peleg's farm in Hiram, Maine.


In the fall of 1822, 15 year-old Longfellow enrolled at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, along with his brother Stephen.[9] His grandfather was a founder of the college[12] and his father was a trustee.[9] There Longfellow met Nathaniel Hawthorne who became his lifelong friend.[13] He boarded with a clergyman for a time before rooming on the third floor[14] in 1823 of what is now known as Winthrop Hall.[15] He joined the Peucinian Society, a group of students with Federalist leanings.[16] In his senior year, Longfellow wrote to his father about his aspirations


(Much more information at link given above .. Robert)






The Best Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Poems Everyone Should Read

The best Longfellow poems


Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was one of the most popular and influential American poets of the nineteenth century. Longfellow (1807-82) is best-known for The Song of Hiawatha, and for growing a beard to hide the marks of a family tragedy, but he also wrote many other celebrated poems. But what are Longfellow’s very best poems? Some poems immediately spring to mind, such as The Song of Hiawatha, but Longfellow was a prolific poet who wrote a great deal of great poems, not all of which are as well-known. Below, we pick – and discuss – ten of Longfellow’s greatest poems



Three Tribute poems--  composed by me,

For Longfellow blog….


Glory Of Faith's Triumphant Golden Crowns


The rays of morn took their first golden breath

Dispersing powers of night's darkling mists

First gleams romancing sweet the earthen shores

Beating back dark shadows with glowing fists

Demanding night accept its coming death!

     Triumphant crowns!


Dawn's first yawning, a parade of new dreams

Waking Fate and its ever growing lists

With dancing echoes of showers to fall

Beating back dark shadows with glowing fists

Birthing flowers born from resplendent streams!

     Triumphant crowns!


Sweet the softest callings of better days

With man rising to earn his daily bread

And Nature singing true to cheer life's all

Earth no longer mourning yesterday's dead

Future hope setting sail as sunbeams play!

     Triumphant crowns!


Humanity follows its usual course

While bright blue-set skies rejoice overhead

Teeming hordes traversing their daily treks

Across well-worn pathways from life well fed

Amidst the carnage of loss and remorse!

     Triumphant crowns!


Father Time speaks demanding to be heard

Above the din of crowds surging about

Commanding its fleeing hours to obey

Sternly obeyed were its arrogant shouts

And the infinite powers of each word!

     Triumphant crowns!


Sun was setting, its daily chores all done

Mortals noted the rapid fleeing light

All had felt the ever changing new course

Some with increasing joy, others with fright

Dark shadows arose screaming lets have fun!

      Triumphant crowns!


The moon sped brightly forth taking top stage

Stars came twinkling across heavenly skies

The wise old owl took its same midnight flight

Night spread its woven cloak of evil lies

While sleeping crowds await first new rage!

     Triumphant crowns!


The rays of morn took their first golden breath

Dispersing powers of night's darkling mists

First gleams romancing sweet the earthen shores

Beating back dark shadows with glowing fists

Demanding night accept its coming death!

     Triumphant crowns!


Robert J. Lindley, 2-17-2021

Romanticism, (  That Man Could Wake To See Coming Of Eternity )

Blog poem.




Love's Fever Burns In The Air, As We Kiss Anew


As my angel passed by, sweet the rustling leaves

And amidst world's accursed worries, life so grieves

Her soft footfalls, gift promise of far better days

Removing anguish birthed by darkened greys

A reprieve if you will, a blessing to arrive

A soft gentle breeze, love proving one is alive!


As she looks at me,  her glowing smile, beaming bright

My heart begs this eager soul, pray to hold on tight

For such is a treasure so truly Heaven sent

Bountiful gift, to relieve such earthly torment

And wouldst I dare to question this exquisite gift

As just mere sight of her this spirit so uplifts!


As my bliss turns to my asking is this a dream

Is it a spell, fairies casting a golden stream

Nay, lonely heart replies, this is romance born true

Love's fever burns in the air, as we kiss anew

She grabs my hand and whisper darling, shall we dance

Again, we enter paradise of our romance!


As she looks at me,  her glowing smile, beaming bright.

My heart begs this eager soul, pray to hold on tight!


Robert J. Lindley,

Romanticism, ( The Fever Of Love, If A Mere Dream, May I Never Wake )

Blog poem.




That Summer Day At That Resplendent,  Ancient Weeping Tree


Around that tall, wide spread ancient weeping tree

Where singing meadows and smiling sky looking down

Upon a  wandering searching child, namely me

Far, very far away from our small farming town

Gazing up to see where hides the Olympic gods

Seeking life's approval by their wizened nods!


Yet the gods had vanished leaving bright blue sky

Its deep beauty, vestige of all that was to be

I stood transfixed, bravely questioning the why

Could not life and happiness be given for free

Puzzled by the cold hard-set silence falling  down

At last seeing, fled were the gods with their false crowns!


As such thoughts invaded a newly minted mind

A child decided best to further knowledge seek

For how ever was a soul to life's great truths find

And verify, blessings come to those humbly meek

Thus acknowledge power of words my father spoke

And prove too, life was love, light- God's masterful stroke!


That summer day at that resplendent,  ancient weeping tree.

I found truth- God put an innocent, loving soul in me.


Robert J. Lindley, 2-16-2021


( A poetic narrative, Wherein One Great Truth Was Found )

Blog poem.

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Date: 2/23/2021 2:55:00 PM
thanks for such an informative blog Robert:-) hugs jan xx
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Date: 2/25/2021 6:25:00 AM
Thank you my friend. Longfellow's poetry has always interested me as has the story of his life. He truly was a genius.. God bless..
Date: 2/23/2021 1:33:00 PM
Thank you for focusing on Longfellow. Enjoyed your tributes too. God Bless you my friend.
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Date: 2/25/2021 6:23:00 AM
Thank you my friend. I am truly delighted that you enjoyed this blog and my presenting the selected information on Longfellow. God bless..
Date: 2/23/2021 9:45:00 AM
Thank you for illuminating us with this information about HW Longfellow, and serving alongside it some tasty poems of his. He was such a talented person. I remember reading his first poem as part of my school literature was "The Song of Hiawatha". You are doing very sterling work, Robert; you put your heart and soul into it. Best regards, my friend
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Date: 2/25/2021 4:59:00 AM
Thank you my friend. I see you were exposed to one of Longfellow's more famous offerings my friend. To me it is sad that modern poetry neglects giving him his due. As it seems to want to relegate the famous poets of that era into some much lower status. I do these blogs as a way to expose others to the poets of old- the ones that gave the world so very much! God bless..
Date: 2/21/2021 1:16:00 PM
Robert, Ah, the whisper of hope lives in this. All endeavor to hold on to it to the last. A hope was found, in triumphant crowns, blessed lovers, and resplendent weeping trees. -Richard
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Date: 2/21/2021 3:14:00 PM
Sorry, I forgot. While rummaging through my old poems I found an old poem written on Longfellow. I may review it this week and even decide to post it here- if time permits. Tho' it is not a Romanticism- it is rather a dark piece....
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Date: 2/21/2021 3:11:00 PM
Thank you my friend. You have very keen poetic insight. A truly splendid summation of the poem and the heart and soul therein. *He triumphs that seeketh the light.*In life an earthen trek we take.*Foreboding it must be, a fight.*We grasp hope for sanity's sake. * If we dare not, tis a mistake.*For its our own life me may break. God bless...
Date: 2/20/2021 2:39:00 PM
"All houses wherein men have lived and died Are haunted houses. Through the open doors The harmless phantoms on their errands glide, With feet that make no sound upon the floors."...
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Date: 2/20/2021 6:14:00 PM
"And the more noble instinct that aspires. " .. Yes, that is exactly it. That battle rages and as our being born of weak flesh we tend to go with the lower path. By making excuses and promising to do better next time, next time, next time. I am haunted by the memories of the poems I lost-those stolen and burned.. Because that two and half years in my youth was my best. God bless..
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Date: 2/20/2021 6:09:00 PM
I am yet again amazed. I had picked that poem by Longfellow to present but it was -too long-- to fit with the others -so I dropped it off the list(I went with--"The Day Is Done" instead). Absolutely uncanny how you cited it! Maybe our muses are in tune or best pals. I so oft get inspired to compose after reading your poetry my friend. Your style, your insight and your great talent stirs me to write even when previously I was not in the mood. And yes , Longfellow was an absolute genius. That they criticized him for writing to the masses highlights their bias and lack of true poetic insight/heart. God bless..
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Date: 2/20/2021 2:41:00 PM
"Our little lives are kept in equipoise By opposite attractions and desires; The struggle of the instinct that enjoys, And the more noble instinct that aspires. " The entire poem, is incredibly relevant. xx Haunted Houses....
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Date: 2/20/2021 2:40:00 PM
Date: 2/20/2021 5:03:00 AM
I would be sadly remiss if I did not add this poem to Longfellow's immense list of fantastic poems.. Also one of my top five favorites because it is about Keats!
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Date: 2/20/2021 5:04:00 AM
Keats BY HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW The young Endymion sleeps Endymion's sleep; The shepherd-boy whose tale was left half told! The solemn grove uplifts its shield of gold To the red rising moon, and loud and deep The nightingale is singing from the steep; It is midsummer, but the air is cold; Can it be death? Alas, beside the fold A shepherd's pipe lies shattered near his sheep. Lo! in the moonlight gleams a marble white, On which I read: "Here lieth one whose name Was writ in water." And was this the meed Of his sweet singing? Rather let me write: "The smoking flax before it burst to flame Was quenched by death, and broken the bruised reed."
Date: 2/20/2021 4:51:00 AM
As one can easily see, Longfellow was a magnificent poet and novelist and teacher, and philosopher and more .
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Date: 2/20/2021 4:51:00 AM
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Date: 2/20/2021 4:51:00 AM
The Cross of Snow BY HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW In the long, sleepless watches of the night, A gentle face — the face of one long dead — Looks at me from the wall, where round its head The night-lamp casts a halo of pale light. Here in this room she died; and soul more white Never through martyrdom of fire was led To its repose; nor can in books be read The legend of a life more benedight. There is a mountain in the distant West That, sun-defying, in its deep ravines Displays a cross of snow upon its side. Such is the cross I wear upon my breast These eighteen years, through all the changing scenes And seasons, changeless since the day she died.
Date: 2/20/2021 4:27:00 AM
Longfellow was once one of the most popular American poets, but he has since disappeared from public favor due to a culture that no longer places importance on poetry. His style was a blend of Romantic and Victorian ideas packaged with a glorification of the American spirit, and he often discussed his views on nature, beauty, and friendship...... KD4
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Date: 2/20/2021 4:48:00 AM
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Date: 2/20/2021 4:47:00 AM
The Building of the Ship BY HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW "Build me straight, O worthy Master! Stanch and strong, a goodly vessel, That shall laugh at all disaster, And with wave and whirlwind wrestle!" The merchant's word Delighted the Master heard; For his heart was in his work, and the heart Giveth grace unto every Art. A quiet smile played round his lips, As the eddies and dimples of the tide Play round the bows of ships, That steadily at anchor ride. ...........
Date: 2/20/2021 4:24:00 AM
Longfellow, was heavily influenced by Romanticism and made a name as a poet and novelist with works like Hyperion, Evangeline, Poems on Slavery and The Song of Hiawatha. He was also known for his translation of Dante's The Divine Comedy?
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Date: 2/20/2021 4:16:00 AM
Dear Robert, no words can adequately describe the magnificence of your writing talent. This whole blog entry was amazing. Soldier on, my friend. God Bless.
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Date: 2/20/2021 4:22:00 AM
And also that-- At his home in Cambridge, MA, in 1867, Henry hosted Charles Dickens for Thanksgiving dinner. He also wrote the poem, "Thanksgiving"?
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Date: 2/20/2021 4:21:00 AM
Thank you my friend. I am so truly delighted that you have found this blog to be that interesting and also perhaps well delivered too. Did you know, Longfellow, Henry was a descendant of Mayflower passengers John and Priscilla (Mullins) Alden. He made his ancestors household names with the publication of his poem The Courtship of Miles Standish in 1857? God bless...
Date: 2/19/2021 8:22:00 PM
Robert, Ah..., perhaps fate dealt a kinder hand to Longfellow than some, though troubles would ensue. But where I wonder did he seek solace in his days of youth? Perhaps he shared the text from those who opined just a day or two before. To open his fresh new mind, as one opens a door. “I hear a voice you cannot hear, Which says I must not stay; I see a hand you cannot see, Which beckons me away. Colin and Lucy - Thomas Tickell (1685–1740)
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Date: 2/20/2021 4:44:00 AM
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Date: 2/20/2021 4:44:00 AM
The poem describes a young man passing through a mountain village at dusk. He bears the banner "Excelsior" (translated from Latin as "higher", also loosely but more widely as "onward and upward"). The traveller disregards warnings from villagers of fearful dangers above, and an offer of rest from a local maiden. The youth climbs higher until a last distant cry interrupts the prayers of the monks of Saint Bernard. "Lifeless, but beautiful" he is found by the "faithful hound" half-buried in the snow, "still clasping in his hands of ice that banner with the strange device, Excelsior!" Longfellow's first draft of "Excelsior", now in the Harvard University Library, notes that he finished the poem at three o'clock in the morning on September 28, 1841.[1]
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Robert Lindley
Date: 2/20/2021 4:17:00 AM
Thank you my friend. Longfellow was a great philosopher and novelist in addition to being a famous magnificent poet. One that relayed much about life and Nature! Thanks will now check out - Thomas Tickell. Did you know, Longfellow was a fluent speaker of eight different languages–quite the polyglot!? God bless...
Date: 2/19/2021 7:39:00 AM
Another informative blog Robert on one of the great poets, I've only heard of two of his works, Paul Revere's ride and the song of Hiawatha, you've stirred my curiosity to read more of his works. Hope you're well and enjoy your weekend. Tom
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Date: 2/20/2021 4:36:00 AM
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Date: 2/20/2021 4:35:00 AM
The romantic characteristics are shown through the use of common man and nature in his poems as well as the use of poetry as personal self-expression (Foster, 1962:274-279). Due to this, the nature of this brief paper is an analysis of the romantic feature seen in Longfellow's "The Village Blacksmith," " A Psalm of Life," "Mezzom Cammin," "Seaweed," "The Sound of the Sun" and "The Tide Rises, the Tide Falls."
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Robert Lindley
Date: 2/20/2021 4:12:00 AM
Thank you my friend. Both of those poems are in my own top ten list of his best poetry. I am very sure that you will profit from further reading of his poetry. Did you know, One of Henry’s students at Harvard University was Henry David Thoreau? God bless...
Date: 2/19/2021 3:32:00 AM
Longfellow is one of the all-time greats and I'm a big fan, Robert. His poem, "Paul Revere's Ride" is one of my favorites of his. Thanks for sharing!
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Date: 2/20/2021 3:58:00 PM
Thanks, Robert:-) I appreciate the wealth of info and link!
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Date: 2/20/2021 4:37:00 AM
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Date: 2/20/2021 4:37:00 AM
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807 – 1882) was America's most beloved nineteenth-century poet, rivaling in popularity the contemporary English poet Alfred Lord Tennyson. Influenced by the romantic novelists James Fenimore Cooper and Washington Irving, Longfellow helped to fashion a national literature based on American myths, history, and landscapes in poems such as "The Song of Hiawatha," "Paul Revere's Ride," "The Courtship of Miles Standish," "The Village Blacksmith," and "Evangeline." By the end of his life, Longfellow was among the best known Americans in the world.
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Robert Lindley
Date: 2/20/2021 4:10:00 AM
Thank you my friend. That is the first Longfellow poem that I read. Definitely one of his top ten poems, imho. Did you know, Henry is the only American to be honored with a bust in Westminster Abbey in London, England. His marble bust was placed in the Poet’s Corner in 1884, and stands among the monuments to other world-renowned authors and poets such as Dickens, Chaucer, and Browning? God bless..
Date: 2/19/2021 3:06:00 AM
Robert, thank you for all the info on Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, he is one of my favorite poets, I use his quotes at the top of my poems often, and his poetry never fails to inspire me, great blog _ Constance
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Date: 2/24/2021 12:36:00 AM
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Date: 2/20/2021 8:56:00 AM
Interesting info, my birthday is in February too _Constance
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Date: 2/20/2021 4:40:00 AM
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Date: 2/20/2021 4:39:00 AM
Early life and education Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was born on February 27, 1807, in Portland, Maine, Massachusetts. His father Stephen Longfellow was a lawyer, and his grandfather Peleg used to be a general in the American Revolutionary War and later became a Member of Congress. Longfellow was the second child of his parents, who had eight children together. Longfellow began his education at three years of age when he started attending a dame school. Three years later, he was enrolled in the Portland Academy. His mother encouraged the young boy to read, and he soon earned a reputation of being very serious. Henry Longfellow quickly became fluent in Latin. He left Portland Academy when he was 14 years old, and began attending Bowdoin College in Maine. There, Longfellow joined the Peucinian Society student group.
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Robert Lindley
Date: 2/20/2021 4:07:00 AM
Thank you my friend. You have excellent taste in poetry my friend. Longfellow was in tune with life, with Nature and with people. His magnificent poetry has stood the test of time. Did you know, The often quoted phrases “into every life some rain must fall” and “ships that pass in the night” are lines that originated in two of Henry’s poems ? God bless.

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A Blog on, "The Dying Indian" Philip Freneau - 1752-1832
Date Posted: 9/7/2020 11:12:00 AM
A Blog On- A vision as seen from a forty-year span...
Date Posted: 9/5/2020 6:43:00 PM
Blog on - Elysium, Greek mythology- AJAX
Date Posted: 8/18/2020 4:53:00 AM
Blog on Famous Poet, Alfred Noyes, links and my tribute poem added..
Date Posted: 8/13/2020 6:11:00 PM
Blog- In Tribute to Samuel Johnson, reference, drury-lane-prologue-spoken-by-mr-garrick-at-the-opening-of-the-theatre-in-drury-lane-1747
Date Posted: 8/7/2020 8:16:00 AM
Blog- A tribute to mothers, acknowledgment of their love, sacrifice and perseverance
Date Posted: 7/29/2020 7:04:00 AM
Blog on, Amoretti LXXV, by Edmund Spenser....
Date Posted: 7/26/2020 7:38:00 AM

My Recent Poems

Date PostedPoemTitleFormCategories
2/27/2021 The Dark, The Mysteries Within Mankind's Sleeping Interludes Rhymedark,deep,dream,grave,hor
2/25/2021 The Great Blessed Guardian Of The Light Rhymeappreciation,art,creation
2/25/2021 Adding Rhyme To My Free Verse, Cooking Poetic Stew Free verseappreciation,art,creation
2/25/2021 In The Shadows Beyond The Lights Rhymeart,creation,dark,fantasy
2/25/2021 In Full Flight Her Soul Departed Romanticismart,beauty,creation,emoti
2/25/2021 Love's Fever Burns In The Air, As We Kiss Anew Romanticismangel,art,beauty,heart,in
2/22/2021 A Quartet Of Short Poems From 1973 Rhymeart,creation,humanity,jud
2/21/2021 That Summer Day At That Resplendent, Ancient Weeping Tree Romanticismart,hope,life,light,stren
2/20/2021 Glory Of Faith's Triumphant Golden Crowns Romanticismart,beauty,creation,heart
2/16/2021 Gold Within The Ink May Heart's Depths Relay Sonnetappreciation,art,creation
2/15/2021 And On Love's Path May We Forever Trod Romanticismappreciation,art,beautifu
2/13/2021 Seeking The Boundaries Of Love's Depths And Her Hand Romanticismappreciation,art,beauty,d
2/12/2021 When Poet Ponders What Fate Delivers Rhymeart,deep,humanity,journey
2/11/2021 Olympic Desires Born, Gods A'playing Rhymeappreciation,art,creation
2/6/2021 Should I Dream For Another Thousand Years Rhymeart,dream,inspiration,lif
2/5/2021 Dare I This, To Such Marvelous Dreams Dream Rhymeart,blessing,creation,ins
2/3/2021 An Awakening, From Darkness Into The Light Narrativeemotions,faith,forgivenes
2/1/2021 This Quest, Was It But A Sad Rage Against The Storm Rhymedark,deep,fate,introspect
1/30/2021 Poetry, That Glorious Unparalleled Art Rhymeart,dedication,deep,emoti
1/28/2021 I Pilgrim Seeking Truth Before The Grave Rhymeart,night,perspective,sym
1/25/2021 Across Mind's Fertile Fields New Seeds Are Cast Rhymeappreciation,art,blessing
1/24/2021 I Was Once The Man Locked In The Box Tribute Given To Alice In Chains, Layne Stayley Rhymeappreciation,art,creation
1/20/2021 The First Gathering, The Wrath, The Return Of Zeus Classicismart,corruption,creation,i
1/17/2021 In Arrogance This World We Think We Made Rhymeart,deep,humanity,introsp
1/16/2021 Drink, Drink Of Pen, Paper And Poet's Ink Rhymeappreciation,art,beauty,p
1/15/2021 Prayers Uttered And Hours Missing You, Ancient Doubles Rhymeappreciation,art,dedicati
1/13/2021 Life Fled As I Sought Yet Another Day, verses born from the illusion of immortality, 1977 Part One Rhymeappreciation,art,destiny,
12/31/2020 Meant To Be, Therefore Will Forever Last Romanticismappreciation,beautiful,bl
12/29/2020 Man Is More Than A Vessel Stranded Out At Sea, Second Tribute Poem to Dylan Thomas Rhymeappreciation,art,inspirat
12/26/2020 May Midnight Dark Devour This Cursed Threnody Rhymeappreciation,art,heart,po
12/24/2020 Sometimes Saddest Endings, Are The Righteous Remedy Rhymeart,character,deep,evil,j
12/23/2020 That Life Extends Its Seeds Beyond Our Mortal Coils, Wherein Truth And Light Sets A Saving Path Rhymeappreciation,art,dedicati
12/21/2020 Tonight The Heavens Sing A Melody Rhymeappreciation,art,creation
12/19/2020 Thus Born, A Light, A Blessing Of Inspiration Rhymeappreciation,art,blessing
12/17/2020 Love Weighs Souls, Says Both Hearts And God Above Rhymeart,creation,life,love,ro
12/16/2020 As The Burnt Sun Eases Into The Night Rhymeart,creation,deep,humanit
12/14/2020 Beyond The Storming Seas Unto The Paradise Of Poetry Rhymeappreciation,art,blessing
12/13/2020 Into Darkness She Had So Sadly And Swiftly Fallen Rhymedark,death,drug,evil,life
12/12/2020 Dreams That Only The Shadow And I Know Rhymeage,allusion,appreciation
12/11/2020 Of Lies Told That Once Destroyed Innocent Girls' Lives Rhymeappreciation,art,betrayal
12/10/2020 As You Have Your Cup Of Joe, Each New Morn Sonnetappreciation,art,creation
12/7/2020 Were I, Born To Tread Upon A Cold, Sadden Earth Rhymeappreciation,art,blessing
12/5/2020 Beg I Light, That This Heart And Soul May See Rhymeart,creation,perspective,
11/28/2020 The Deep Darkness, The Hope, Words Sent To Plead Sonnetart,conflict,dark,deep,so
11/26/2020 The Gift, The Girl, The Sweetest Love Rhymeappreciation,art,love,pas
11/24/2020 The Moment A Brave Warrior Was Reborn, Part Four Of Dream Poetry, Write On, Write On Rhymeart,dream,forgiveness,god
11/21/2020 Dreams, Imagination, Write On, Write On Rhymeappreciation,art,creation
11/8/2020 Live Life To The Fullest, Dare To Be Brave Sonnetart,deep,encouraging,fait
11/8/2020 We Are Seedlings Of That First Divine Tree Sonnetart,creation,deep,faith,h
11/8/2020 Rescue, From The Weepingly Blue Free verseart,blue,creation,deep,fa
11/6/2020 Wherein Man's Dark Curse, Felled The Olympic Gods', Part Two Rhymeart,creation,earth,humani
11/5/2020 When Night Withholds Its Beauty And Your Tender Breath Sonnetart,fate,heart,loss,memor
11/3/2020 And Into Eternity We Were Destined, Paired Sonnetart,life,lost love,memory
11/2/2020 A Little Poem Rhymeart,creation,deep,passion
10/31/2020 Wherein Man's Dark Curse, Felled The Olympic Gods', Part One Rhymeart,conflict,creation,hum
10/24/2020 Of Byron, Keats And Shelley, A Few Words Rhymeappreciation,art,inspirat
10/18/2020 Collaboration With Silent One Contest Rhymeassonance,creation,dark,d
10/18/2020 That Which Within Art's Paradings, Imitates Life Rhymeappreciation,art,creation
10/17/2020 Of Love, Beauty, Heart And Mankind's Eternal Quest Rhymeart,beauty,deep,life,love
10/16/2020 The Enlightenment Of A Once Lost Soul Sonnetart,deep,endurance,intros
10/13/2020 The Poet, The Pen, The Solemn Prayer, In Tribute To Edgar Allan Poe's, Lenore Rhymebeautiful,creation,dream,
10/12/2020 Halloween Tale, Poetic Dream Of Raven, Poe And I Narrativedark,dream,evil,halloween
10/10/2020 Beautiful Scenes, Golden Gifts True Love Brought, third poem of three Cinquainbeauty,emotions,happiness
10/6/2020 Beautiful Scenes, Night Their True Love Was Born, two of three Cinquainbeautiful,blessing,desire
10/4/2020 Waking To Morn, Romance And Purest Joy Romanticismbeautiful,blessing,emotio
10/2/2020 Beautiful Scenes Divinely Born, one of three Cinquainappreciation,beauty,creat
9/22/2020 Oh, That Earth Wouldst So Truly Honor Thee Rhymeappreciation,art,dedicati
9/18/2020 Inspiration, Revelation, Adaptation, Within Poetic Verse Sonnetart,creation,dedication,d
9/15/2020 Does Ever Eternity, Mortal Souls Beckon Rhymedark,faith,judgement,life
9/13/2020 The Night Summons, The Heart Remembers, The Tears Fall Free verseanxiety,conflict,deep,fat
9/12/2020 O'Bright Star, Thy Bright Gleamings True Hearts See Sonnetappreciation,beautiful,ea
9/9/2020 Beyond The Horizon, Dwelling In Sunset's Red Sonnetfantasy,imagery,imaginati
9/8/2020 Vision Of Beauty, A True Heroine, number three of the series Free verseappreciation,blessing,chi
9/7/2020 Are We Not Brothers, Made From The Same Dirt, Tribute to Philip Freneau Rhymeappreciation,conflict,ded
9/4/2020 Now Is The Time To Hunker Down And Write, Poem number two of series Rhymeappreciation,art,deep,dev
9/1/2020 Here In The Now, Amidst Fleeing Of Twilight, Poem number one of series Sonnetart,deep,encouraging,fait
8/31/2020 Within Hope And Revelation, Conversation With Dawn's Promise, Double Sonnets Sonnetappreciation,emotions,ins
8/30/2020 In This Silent Agony, Tears Flow As A Raging Flood Rhymecreation,dark,heartbreak,
8/27/2020 Wouldst I Become, Last Gasp Of Dying Star Sonnetart,creation,desire,encou
8/21/2020 From Poet's Pen, Love's Infinite Colors May Flow Rhymeappreciation,creation,hea
8/19/2020 Into That Realm Where Sadness Can Not Play Rhymeart,deep,journey,life,mea
8/18/2020 With Promise Of Entry, Elysium Rhymeart,courage,hero,humanity
8/15/2020 As The Years Into Fading Mists So Quickly Flew Rhymedestiny,fate,freedom,jour
8/14/2020 Defiance, The Gods Fall, And Mortal Reign Begins Rhymeappreciation,creation,ded
8/10/2020 Will She Shed Tears On My Headstone Rhymedeath,deep,funeral,goodby
8/9/2020 Under Soft Moonlit Skies, Lonely Howls Heard Rhymeart,native american,race,
8/8/2020 Illuminations, Temptations, Life's Travails Endured Rhymeappreciation,art,dedicati
8/7/2020 Within Oceans Of Passion's Might Romanticismbeauty,dedication,feeling
7/29/2020 A Mother's Love, Steels Her To Infinite Faith And Sacrifice Rhymeappreciation,character,de
7/27/2020 Sailing Away From Dark That Wrecks Havoc On Earth Romanticismart,beautiful,heaven,love
7/26/2020 Always Together, In The Great Bye And Bye Romanticismart,blessing,emotions,mem
7/24/2020 Written From A Poetic Heart's True Renderings Sonnetappreciation,art,creation
7/23/2020 The Epic Vow, The Long Journey, And Destination Found Free verseappreciation,art,hero,jou
7/22/2020 Discovery Of What Sadness Lies Just Behind The Curtain Sonnetart,death,deep,farewell,f
7/19/2020 Morning Trek Into Sanctity Of That Invisible Place Rhymeart,
7/19/2020 And The Desperate Heart Seeks To Atone Rhymeart,
7/19/2020 Now At Last Into Hell's Dungeon He Was Cast, The First Battle, Part One Rhymedark,raven,
7/18/2020 I Love Sweet Tender, Kisses That Beg More Sonnetart,creation,deep,growth,
7/18/2020 Tale Of False Image Of The Beautiful Temptress Rhymeappreciation,art,betrayal
7/17/2020 Bird Of Paradise Rhymeappreciation,art,beautifu

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Fav Poems

MoUNTAIN DRoP Rhymedeath,depression,
The Perfect Painting Rhymeart,beauty,
Beauty Exposed Rhymelife,
Put Your Head on My Shoulder Light Versedance,romantic,
Beautiful Day Free verseseasons,
Diamond in the Sky Sonnetstar,
What the Angels Whisper Free versegod,hope,youth,
I Am The Mighty Mountain Personificationearth,mountains,
In One Fell Swoop Free verselost love,
Death Blows a Hollow Horn Sonnetdeath,
The Ripping Free verseabuse,addiction,anger,ang
A Shade From The Past Sonnetart,nostalgia,people,
Black Diamond Night Epicbody,death,history,lonely
Written in a Graveyard Sonnetdeath,
If Walls Could Speak Narrativefeelings,for him,joy,toge
To a Despondent Friend Quatraindepression,
Spring on the Wind Rhymechange,nature,spring,
Invitation Rhymelost love,
Crying River Balladbeautiful,cry,deep,freedo
His Song and Mine I do not know?bird,life,poems,prison,,L
A Letter to Emily Dickinson Rhymepoetess,
Stairway to the Stars Free versefarewell,kiss,
Colours in our lives Rhymebeauty,color,
White Lace Sonnetlife,seasons
Daddy Free verseblue,dad,depression,fathe
Midnight Poet Free verseaddiction,character,devot
In An Old Cathedral Rhymeloneliness,love,
Amidst the Fallen Petals Free verselonging,love,
Echoes in the Stone Epicadventure,death,hero,hist
A New Love Found Free verseinspirational,
Bobcat Moon Rhymeautumn,friendship,loss,mo
Indian Ink Dramatic Verseabuse,autumn,death,deep,f
Autumn's Gown Rhymecolor,inspiration,
The tree of life Rhymeage,child,death,mystery,t
The Evil Eye Rhymeevil,
Sweet Memories Rhymelost love,
Our little Haven Rhymecousin,fairy,fantasy,gree
A New Bird Rhymebirth,
The Clock it Mocks Free versebreak up,heartbroken,jeal
Kresge's Five And Dime Stores Rhymenostalgia,
Her Hidden Gem Rhymemother,voice,
Oak Rhymetree,
My Fallen Brother Rhymeangst,brother,history,los
When Love Found Me Rhymeblessing,love,
Eyes of Blue Rhymefreedom,hero,memorial day
Eccentric Eyes Sonnetpain,
Contest Consternation Free versecommunity,poetry,words,
Write you OUT Free versegoodbye,how i feel,
The Sowing Free versedevotion,
MY DAY IS COMING Rhymefriendship,journey,life,
Mist Song Rhymebeauty,music,nature,
Hey you Free verseanger,conflict,forgivenes
SOMETIMES Rhymeblessing,thanks,
Wild Love Narrativegarden,love,rose,sweet,
Outside Looking In Rhymecharacter,community,histo
THE LORDS SWEET MORNING Rhymemusic,nature,
Intolerable Rhymeabuse,betrayal,racism,
Sunset Tableau Versepain,
Wild pure and free love Free versebeautiful,love,romance,
O The Grieving Free versedeath,funeral,grief,
I Walk on Water Free verseintrospection,life,
Star Gazer Free verseallegory,beauty,metaphor,
Letting Go Rhymeson,
Starstruck in your deep Beauty Free versebeautiful,beauty,flower,l
Holding a wilting red rose Versedeath,mother,mothers day,
The Blackberry and The Rose Personificationimagination
Eccentricity In Love Sonnetlove,universe,
Aquarius Coupletimagery,water,
Strong Point Sonnetlove,
Conquer Rhymedepression,
Mother's Garden Rhymeflower,garden,nature,
Heaven or Hell Free versedark,heaven,light,love,
But I Must Stay Villanellesad,
Small Passerene Birds Rhymebeautiful,romantic,season
Let the music play on Free versefirst love,music,
I Hate You All Light Versedark,death,philosophy,sad
Ragnarok: The Storm Epyllionweather,
Speaking with a loud quiet voice Free verseblessing,father,
Headache Free versefreedom,success,
Neverland Narrativechildhood,nostalgia,place
When Bubbles Dissipate Tankabeautiful,beauty,i love y
Tie-Dyed Sky Blank versebeauty,imagery,love,roman
Rain over Vietnam Quaternrain,war,
JE SUIS CHARLIE -- Afterthought Narrativecourage,death,dedication,
Ancient Warrior Iambic Pentameterangst,culture,native amer
What is Love Sonnetlove,
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Light Versesoldier,violence,war,
The Bleeding Sky Versehistory,patriotic,remembe
So She Broke your Heart Free verseanalogy,betrayal,hope,lov
Releasing Me Sonnethappiness,peace,
That Still Small Voice Quatraingod,prayer,relationship,
It's Only Through Jesus Rhymechristian,faith,god,inspi
Be Courageous Above All Didacticallegory,appreciation,cou
To Pay the Price Balladeconflict,war,
I tried to hide Rhymeabsence,africa,cheer up,c
Long Distance Dreamer Light Versebeautiful,i miss you,long
Through The Dust Pantoumchildhood,memory,
The Enemy's Child : collab with Carolyn D Rhymebaby,social,war,
As we walk hand in hand Rhymehappiness,how i feel,love

Fav Poets

SKAT A United States Flag United States Read
Poet Destroyer A United States Flag United States Read
Annalise Brigham...a.k.a. Audrey Haick United States Flag United States Read
Keith O.J. Hunt Canada Flag Canada Read
Sunshine Smile Norway Flag Norway Read
Sara Kendrick United States Flag United States Read
JAN ALLISON Isle Of Man Flag Isle Of Man Read
Jake Ponce Philippines Flag Philippines Read
Carolyn Devonshire United States Flag United States Read
Vera Duggan Australia Flag Australia Read
Robert Nehls United States Flag United States Read
Joyce Johnson United States Flag United States Read
Eileen Manassian _Not Listed Flag _Not Listed Read
lisa duggan Australia Flag Australia Read
Barbara Gorelick United States Flag United States Read
Gary Bateman Germany Flag Germany Read
liam mcdaid Ireland Flag Ireland Read
Gry Christensen United States Flag United States Read
arthur vaso Canada Flag Canada Read
Debbie Guzzi United States Flag United States Read
Roy Jerden United States Flag United States Read
James Fraser United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom Read
Robert Lindley United States Flag United States Read
Richard Lamoureux Canada Flag Canada Read
Paul Callus Malta Flag Malta Read
Miss Sassy United States Flag United States Read
cherl dunn United States Flag United States Read
KP Nunez Philippines Flag Philippines Read
Peter Lewis Holmes Viet Nam Flag Viet Nam Read
David O'Haolin Whalen United States Flag United States Read
Keith Bickerstaffe United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom Read
Lu Loo United States Flag United States Read
Connie Marcum Wong United States Flag United States Read
Lin Lane United States Flag United States Read
Vladislav Raven United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom Read
Gail Foster United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom Read
Pandita Sanchez United States Flag United States Read
Danetta Barney United States Flag United States Read
Tom Quigley United States Flag United States Read
jill spagnola United States Flag United States Read
Andrea Dietrich United States Flag United States Read
Avis Bailey United States Flag United States Read
Kelly Deschler United States Flag United States Read
Len Gasun Thailand Flag Thailand Read
Feli Elizab United States Flag United States Read
Casarah Nance United States Flag United States Read
Edlynn Nau United States Flag United States Read
Leslie Philibert Germany Flag Germany Read
Miraj Raha India Flag India Read
Sarai Virden United States Flag United States Read
Bev Smith United States Flag United States Read
C T United States Flag United States Read
Jessica Thompson United States Flag United States Read
Charmaine Chircop Malta Flag Malta Read
Timothy Hicks United States Flag United States Read
Sandra Haight United States Flag United States Read
Tim Smith United States Flag United States Read
Suzanne Delaney United States Flag United States Read
Joseph May United States Flag United States Read
Constance La France Canada Flag Canada Read
Daniel Turner United States Flag United States Read
Manmath Dalei India Flag India Read
kabuteng P.iNk k. Philippines Flag Philippines Read
Robert L. Hinshaw United States Flag United States Read
nette onclaud Philippines Flag Philippines Read
harry horsman Australia Flag Australia Read
Red Fiery Singapore Flag Singapore Read
Brian Davey United States Flag United States Read
Keith Trestrail Trinidad and Tobago Flag Trinidad and Tobago Read
Walter T. Ashe United States Flag United States Read
Carrie Richards United States Flag United States Read
Anisha Dutta India Flag India Read
CayCay Jennings United States Flag United States Read
Emile Pinet Canada Flag Canada Read
Teddy Kimathi Kenya Flag Kenya Read
Julia Ward France Flag France Read
Frederic Parker United States Flag United States Read
Olive Eloisa Guillermo - Fraser Philippines Flag Philippines Read
Laura Leiser United States Flag United States Read
John Hamilton Canada Flag Canada Read
Rhonda Johnson-Saunders United States Flag United States Read
Robert Stoner Jr United States Flag United States Read
Faye Gibson United States Flag United States Read
michael tor United States Flag United States Read
Carol Eastman United States Flag United States Read
Charlie Smith United States Flag United States Read
Maurice Yvonne Canada Flag Canada Read
Elaine George Canada Flag Canada Read
Bob Quigley United States Flag United States Read
Shadow Hamilton United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom Read
Charles Henderson United States Flag United States Read
Robert Pettit United States Flag United States Read
Francine Roberts Canada Flag Canada Read
Eve Roper United States Flag United States Read
jack horne United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom Read
Andrew Crisci United States Flag United States Read
kash poet India Flag India Read
Janice Canerdy United States Flag United States Read
Judy Konos United States Flag United States Read
BL DEVNATH India Flag India Read