Poems by A. E. Housman

Poems by A. E. Housman

Along the Field as We Came By, by A. E. Housman

Along the field as we came by
A year ago, my love and I,
The aspen over stile and stone
Was ...

Hell's Gate, by A. E. Housman

Onward led the road again
Through the sad uncoloured plain
Under twilight brooding dim,
And a...

Oh, Stay at Home, My Lad, and Plough, by A. E. Housman

Oh stay at home, my lad, and plough
The land and not the sea,
And leave the soldiers at thei...

Oh, When I Was in Love with You, by A. E. Housman

Oh, when I was in love with you,
Then I was clean and brave,
And miles around the wonder gre...

Revolution, by A. E. Housman

West and away the wheels of darkness roll,
Day's beamy banner up the east is borne,
Spectres ...

Spring Morning, by A. E. Housman

Star and coronal and bell
April underfoot renews,
And the hope of man as well
Flowers among t...

When Summer's End is Nighing, by A. E. Housman

When summer's end is nighing
And skies at evening cloud,
I muse on change and fortune
And all...

When the Eye of Day Is Shut, by A. E. Housman

When the eye of day is shut,
And the stars deny their beams,
And about the forest hut
Blows ...

White in the Moon the Long Road Lies, by A. E. Housman

White in the moon the long road lies,
The moon stands blank above;
White in the moon the long...