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Personal Favorites, Part 4: Tribute to Alfred Noyes

The following is different from most of my work, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. It’s a glosa, which is a form of poetry in which the first stanza is a stanza selected from another poet’s work, and the subsequent stanzas expand on the theme in your own words, concluding the stanza with each line of the first stanza, in order. 233 more words


The Road Through Chaos by Alfred Noyes

The Road Through Chaos by Alfred Noyes (16th September, 1880 – 28th June, 1958)


There is one road, one only, to the Light:
A narrow way, but Freedom walks therein; 226 more words

Tales & Poesies

My Grandfather's Book Cabinet

Of course, there are those critics – New York critics as a rule – who say, ‘Well Maya Anglou has a new book out and of course it’s good but then she’s a natural writer.’ Those are the ones I want to grab by the throat and wrestle to the floor because it takes me forever to get it to sing. 549 more words

Pat Bean

The Highwayman by Alfred Noyes

The Highwayman


The wind was a torrent of darkness among the gusty trees,
The moon was a ghostly galleon tossed upon cloudy seas, 999 more words