Category Archives: Joyce Kilmer

Poem – Citizen Of The World – joyce Kilmer

No longer of Him be it said  “He hath no place to lay His head.”  In every land a constant lamp  Flames by His small and mighty camp.  There is no strange and distant place  That is not gladdened by … Continue reading

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Poem – Love’s Lantern – Joyce kilmer

(For Aline)  Because the road was steep and long  And through a dark and lonely land,  God set upon my lips a song  And put a lantern in my hand.  Through miles on weary miles of night  That stretch relentless … Continue reading

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Poem – Easter Week – Joyce Kilmer

1 “Romantic Ireland’s dead and gone,  2 It’s with O’Leary in the grave.”  3 Then, Yeats, what gave that Easter dawn  4 A hue so radiantly brave?  5 There was a rain of blood that day,  6 Red rain in … Continue reading

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Poem – A Blue Valentine – Joyce Kilmer

(For Aline)  Monsignore,  Right Reverend Bishop Valentinus,  Sometime of Interamna, which is called Ferni,  Now of the delightful Court of Heaven,  I respectfully salute you,  I genuflect  And I kiss your episcopal ring.  It is not, Monsignore,  The fragrant memory … Continue reading

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