Sunday, January 20, 2013

poetry // hold fast your dreams



hold fast your dreams
by louise driscoll

hold fast your dreams
within your heart
keep one still, secret spot
where dreams may go,
and sheltered so,
may thrive and grow - 
where doubt and fear are not.
oh, keep a place apart
within your heart,
for little dreams to go.

poems i love
the highwayman - alfred noyes
the glove and the lions - leigh hunt
lady clare - alfred lloyd tennyson
lord ullin's daughter - thomas campbell
casabianca - felicia dorothea hemans
curfew must not ring tonight - rosa hartwick thorpe
the wreck of the hesperus - henry wadsworth longfellow
     (p.s. not only have i been to the reef of norman's woe mentioned in the above poem, but i am also related 
            to h.w. longfellow)

what are some of your favorite poems?


3 comments:

  1. I'm like Anne Shirley, I love the Lady of Shalont

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  2. These are lovely photos and I enjoyed the poem that went with them :)

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  3. This is lovely, deary. One of my favorites is "The Road Less Traveled" and well, really anything of Long Fellows and A.A. Milne's. ;)

    Hope you have a lovely weekend! xoxo | grace

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