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Alfred, Lord Tennyson

Alfred, Lord Tennyson was England's Poet Laureate from 1850 to 1892, and the author of the poem "The Charge of the Light Brigade." He wrote poems as a child and published his first important work in 1…

Alfred Lord Tennyson: I

I Here far away, seen from the topmost cliff, Filling with purple gloom the vacancies Between the tufted hills the sloping seas Hung in mid-heaven, and half-way down rare sails, White…

The Suppressed Poems of Alfred Lord Tennyson

  1830-1868 Abstract To those unacquainted with Tennyson's conscientious methods, it may seem strange that a volume of 160 pages is necessary to contain those poems writt…

Alfred Lord Tennyson: Song

SongI The lintwhite and the throstlecock Have voices sweet and clear; All in the bloomèd May. They from the blosmy brere Call to the fleeting year, If that he would them hear …

Alfred Lord Tennyson: Timbuctoo

TimbuctooBy A. Tennyson Of Trinity CollegeA Poem Which Obtained The Chancellor's Medal At The Cambridge Commencement MDCCCXXIX Deep in that lion-haunted inland lies A mystic city, goal…

Alfred Lord Tennyson: A Fragment

A Fragment Where is the Giant of the Sun, which stood In the midnoon the glory of old Rhodes, A perfect Idol, with profulgent brows Far sheening down the purple seas to those Who sail…

Alfred Lord Tennyson: Anacreontics

Anacreontics With roses musky breathed, And drooping daffodilly, And silverleaved lily, And ivy darkly-wreathed, I wove a crown before her, For her I love so dearly, A garland for…

Alfred Lord Tennyson: Chorus

Chorus The varied earth, the moving heaven, The rapid waste of roving sea, The fountainpregnant mountains riven To shapes of wildest anarchy, By secret fire and midnight storm…

Alfred Lord Tennyson: Dualisms

Dualisms Two bees within a chrystal flowerbell rockèd Hum a lovelay to the westwind at noontide. Both alike, they buzz together, Both alike, they hum together Through and through the …

Alfred Lord Tennyson: II

II From that time forth I would not see her more, But many weary moons I lived alone— Alone, and in the heart of the great forest. Sometimes upon the hills beside the sea All day I wa…