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Barbara's Courtship Barbara's Courtship

Barbara's Courtship
'Tis just three months and eke a day, Since in the meadows, raking hay, On looking up I chanced to see The manor's lord, young Arnold Lee, With a loose hand on the rein, Riding slowly down the lane. As I gazed with earnest look On his face as on a book, As if conscious of the gaze, Suddenly he turned the rays Of his brilliant eyes on me. Then I looked down hastily, While my heart, like caged bird, Fluttered till it might be heard. Foolish, foolish Barbara! We had never met before, He had been so long away, Visiting... Poems - Post by : pthibault - Date : August 2010 - Author : Horatio Alger - Read : 1180

St. Nicholas St. Nicholas

St. Nicholas
In the far-off Polar seas, Far beyond the Hebrides, Where the icebergs, towering high, Seem to pierce the wintry sky, And the fur-clad Esquimaux Glides in sledges o'er the snow, Dwells St. Nick, the merry wight, Patron saint of Christmas night. Solid walls of massive ice, Bearing many a quaint device, Flanked by graceful turrets twain, Clear as clearest porcelain, Bearing at a lofty height Christ's pure cross in simple white, Carven with surpassing art From an iceberg's crystal heart. Here St. Nick, in royal state, Dwells, until December late Clips the days at either end, And the nights at each... Poems - Post by : ntibbs - Date : August 2010 - Author : Horatio Alger - Read : 1887

Grand'ther Baldwin's Thanksgiving Grand'ther Baldwin's Thanksgiving

Grand'ther Baldwin's Thanksgiving
UNDERNEATH protected branches, from the highway just aloof; Stands the house of Grand'ther Baldwin, with its gently sloping roof. Square of shape and solid-timbered, it was standing, I have heard, In the days of Whig and Tory, under royal George the Third. Many a time, I well remember, I have gazed with Childish awe At the bullet-hole remaining in the sturdy oaken door, Turning round half-apprehensive (recking not how time had fled) Of the lurking, savage foeman from whose musket it was sped.. Not far off, the barn, plethoric with the autumn's harvest spoils, Holds the farmer's well-earned trophies--the guerdon of... Poems - Post by : freedom - Date : August 2010 - Author : Horatio Alger - Read : 1743