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Castle Poems including a poem About Castles by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Poem

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Castle Poetry


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~ Castles are such a common sight in England but have you ever wondered what a castle actually is?
~ Who built the first castle?
~ We are going to explore castle life and famous castles

Castle Poems


~ Today english royalty the queen of england still wn several castles like windsr castle and the famous Tower of London
~ Lets explore kinights in shining armour and tales of princess castles
~ All pages suitable for castle lessonplans, unit studies and general learning about english castles and foreign equivalents
~ Here is a collection of inspiring Poems about castles
~ Families were the heart of the castle and the celebration of the family is often evident in poetic expressions about castles
~ castles are often used as a metaphor for our dreams, passions and ambition, our family home and unit.

The Castle Builder Castle Poem

THE CASTLE-BUILDER

A gentle boy, with soft and silken locks
A dreamy boy, with brown and tender eyes,
A castle-builder, with his wooden blocks,
And towers that touch imaginary skies.

A fearless rider on his father's knee,
An eager listener unto stories told
At the Round Table of the nursery,
Of heroes and adventures manifold.

There will be other towers for thee to build;
There will be other steeds for thee to ride;
There will be other legends, and all filled
With greater marvels and more glorified.

Build on, and make thy castles high and fair,
Rising and reaching upward to the skies;
Listen to voices in the upper air,
Nor lose thy simple faith in mysteries.

Castle poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Sand Castle Poem




OH, SAND CASTLE DAYS...

Sweet memories enhance
The backwards glance
Long into childhood's way,
Hours by the sea
Timeless, carefree
Where the sun brightly shone

Every day,
Looking out o'er the waves
Soft, memory saves
A joy that forever stays
Held deep in that part
Of one's innermost heart..
Of so happy,
dear
sand-castle days!


Castle poem by John McLeod

IN THE LIGHT OF THESE CASTLE HALLS

Years ago, my heart was drawn,
By dancing feet and happy song,
Many an hour, I played along,
In the light of these castle halls.

Twas here I learned to play my harp,
The songs to flow right from the heart,
Twas here my journey, it would start,
In the light of these castle halls.

For fame & glory I did seek,
Away to the Fair on fleeting feet,
For my destiny I was sure to meet, from
The light of these castle halls.

For my journey, it was long,
Silver and gold, I received for song,
Yet for my friends, I did long,
In the light of these castle halls.

And so, now I come,
With happy heart and happy song,
Again, I'm here where I belong,
In the light of these castle halls.

Castle poem by Susan Dirks-Henry


Castle In the Air

CASTLES IN THE AIR


My thoughts by night are often filled
With visions false as fair:
For in the past alone I build
My castles in the air.

I dwell not now on what may be:
Night shadows o'er the scene:
But still my fancy wanders free
Through that which might have been.

Castle poem by Thomas Love Peacock

The Castle Ruins Castle Poem

THE CASTLE RUINS


A HAPPY day at Whitsuntide,
As soon ’s the zun begun to vall,
We all stroll’d up the steep hill-zide
To Meldon, gret an’ small;
Out where the Castle wall stood high
A-mwoldren to the zunny sky.

An’ there wi’ Jenny took a stroll
Her youngest sister, Poll, so gay,
Bezide John Hind, ah! merry soul,
An’ mid her wedlock fay;
An’ at our zides did play an’ run
My little maid an’ smaller son.

Above the baten mwold upsprung
The driven doust, a-spreaden light,
An’ on the new-leav’d thorn, a-hung,
Wer wool a-quiv’ren white;
An’ corn, a-sheenen bright, did bow,
On slopen Meldon’s zunny brow.

There, down the roofless wall did glow
The zun upon the grassy vloor,
An’ weakly-wandren winds did blow,
Unhinder’d by a door;
An’ smokeless now avore the zun
Did stan’ the ivy-girded tun.

My bwoy did watch the daws’ bright wings
A-flappen vrom their ivy bow’rs;
My wife did watch my maid’s light springs,
Out here an’ there vor flow’rs;
And John did zee noo tow’rs, the place
Vor him had only Polly’s face.

An’ there, of all that pried about
The walls, I overlook’d em best,
An’ what o’ that? Why, I made out
Noo mwore than all the rest:
That there wer woonce the nest of zome
That wer a-gone avore we come.

When woonce above the tun the smoke
Did wreathy blue among the trees,
An’ down below, the liven vo’k
Did tweil as brisk as bees:
Or zit wi’ weary knees, the while
The sky wer lightless to their tweil

Castle poem by William Barnes

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