Category: Literary Greats

Farewell by Anne Brontë at Spillwords.com

Farewell

Farewell A Poem by Anne Brontë   Farewell to thee! but not farewell To all my fondest thoughts of thee: Within my heart they still shall dwell; And they shall cheer and comfort me. O, beautiful, and full of grace! …
For America by Jack Buck at Spillwords.com

For America

For America written by: Jack Buck   On September 17, 2001, less than a week after the country was shook by the 9/11 terrorist attacks, St. Louis Cardinals broadcaster Jack Buck recited a heartfelt poem to the crowd at Busch …
Ecce Puer a poem by James Joyce at Spillwords.com

Ecce Puer

Ecce Puer A Poem by James Joyce   Of the dark past A child is born; With joy and grief My heart is torn. Calm in his cradle The living lies. May love and mercy Unclose his eyes! Young life …
Evening Solace written by Charlotte Brontë at Spillwords.com

Evening Solace

Evening Solace By Charlotte Brontë   THE HUMAN heart has hidden treasures, In secret kept, in silence sealed;­ The thoughts, the hopes, the dreams, the pleasures, Whose charms were broken if revealed. And days may pass in gay confusion, And nights in …