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Drinkwater, John    Poet's Biography
142 poems available by this author


1914-1918: THE DEAD SPEAK    Poem Text    
First Line: In the earth, in the seas, we remember
Last Line: That we may not forgive?
Subject(s): World War I; First World War


A CHRISTMAS NIGHT    Poem Text    
First Line: Christ for a dream was given from the dead
Last Line: And the poor christ again was with the dead.
Subject(s): Jesus Christ - Legends


A DEDICATION    Poem Text    
First Line: Sometimes youth comes to age and asks a
Last Line: Of such are you; and what is youth but this?
Subject(s): Epitaphs


A GHOST SPEAKS ON THE STYX    Poem Text    
First Line: I could not think that time was old
Last Line: You ferryman, are one.
Subject(s): Charon; Love; Styx (River)


A MAN'S DAUGHTER    Poem Text    
First Line: There is an old woman who looks each night
Last Line: But years of dread.
Subject(s): Fathers & Daughters


A PRAYER    Poem Text    
First Line: Lord, not for light in darkness do we pray
Last Line: The deed, the deed.
Subject(s): Prayer; Religion; Theology


A SABBATH DAY; IN FIVE WATCHES    Poem Text    
First Line: You were three men and women two
Last Line: The quiet festival of sleep.
Subject(s): Holy Family; Sabbath; Sunday


A TOWN WINDOW    Poem Text    
First Line: Beyond my window in the night
Last Line: The tumult of a thousand wings.
Subject(s): Towns


ABRAHAM LINCOLN    Poem Text    
First Line: Mr. Stone
Last Line: The curtain falls
Subject(s): American Civil War; United States - History


AN APPEAL FOR SAINT GEORGE'S HOSPITAL IN LONDON    Poem Text    
First Line: Hard here in london / I have seen
Last Line: Where the pigeons pair.
Subject(s): Hospitals; London


AN ENTRY FOR EDMUND GOSSE'S LIBRARY CATALOGUE    Poem Text    
First Line: Uncut. The rare first issue.' let
Last Line: We shall not find the verso blank.
Subject(s): Gosse, Sir Edmund (1849-1928)


ANTAGONISTS    Poem Text    
First Line: Green shoots, we break the morning earth
Last Line: The footfall of her enemy.
Subject(s): Green (Color); Leaves


ANTHONY CRUNDLE    Poem Text    
First Line: Here lies the body of
Last Line: Anthony crundle, r.I.P.


APPROACHING ELSINORE    Poem Text    
First Line: To-morrow I shall be at elsinore
Last Line: Hourly the play begins at elsinore.
Subject(s): Dramatists; Elsinore, Denmark; Plays & Playwrights ; Poetry & Poets; Shakespeare, William (1564-1616); Dramatists


AT AN EARTHWORKS    Poem Text    
First Line: Ringed high with turf the arena lies
Last Line: I will not parley with the night.


AT AN INN    Poem Text    
First Line: We are talkative proud, and assured, and self-sufficient,
Last Line: When we are cold.
Subject(s): England; History; Poetry & Poets; English; Historians


AT GRAFTON    Poem Text    
First Line: God laughed when he made grafton
Last Line: The breath of bristol tide.
Subject(s): Bredon Hill; Grafton, England


BIRTHRIGHT    Poem Text    
First Line: Lord rameses of egypt sighed
Last Line: And little ariadne sleep.
Subject(s): Transience; Impermanence


BLACKBIRD    Poem Text    
First Line: He comes on chosen evenings
Last Line: Those are celestial chimney-pots.
Subject(s): Birds; Blackbirds


BUDS    Poem Text    
First Line: The raining hour is done
Last Line: Of that companionship.
Subject(s): April; May (Month); Plants; Planting; Planters


CHALLENGE    Poem Text    
First Line: You fools behind the panes who peer
Last Line: When the storm goes through the trees.


CHARACTER    Poem Text    
First Line: If one should tell you that in such a spring
Last Line: "I have been this man's familiar, and you lie."
Subject(s): Lies


CHARGE TO THE PLAYERS    Poem Text    
First Line: Shades, that our town-fellows have come
Last Line: This gift of song, himself a shade.
Subject(s): Actors & Actresses; Actresses


CHRISTMAS EVE    Poem Text    
First Line: On christmas eve I lay abed
Last Line: Dreamt of a new-born king.
Subject(s): Christmas; Nativity, The


CONDITION    Poem Text    
First Line: If one to love you better came
Last Line: And wear your favour on my sleeve.
Subject(s): Love


CONSTANCY    Poem Text    
First Line: The shadows that companion me
Last Line: Walk in immortal fields of earth.
Subject(s): Death; Mortality; Dead, The


COTSWOLD LOVE    Poem Text    
First Line: Blue skies are over cotswold
Last Line: With slyly tilted shoe.
Subject(s): Cotswold Hills, England


COTTAGE SONG    Poem Text    
First Line: Morning and night I bring
Last Line: Above my lavender.
Subject(s): Country Life


CROCUSES    Poem Text    
First Line: Desires
Last Line: Of ivory, purple, and gold.
Subject(s): Crocuses; Desire; May (Month); Plants; Planting; Planters


DAY    Poem Text    
First Line: Dawn is up at my window, and in the may
Last Line: Come. . . . I hear the liars about the city.
Subject(s): Dawn; Sunrise


DEAR AND INCOMPARABLE       
First Line: Dear and incomparable


DEER    Poem Text    
First Line: Shy in their herding dwell the fallow deer
Last Line: Beautiful flocks of the mind.
Subject(s): Deer


DEFIANCE    Poem Text    
First Line: O wide the way your beauty goes
Last Line: When all is excellently done.
Subject(s): Praise; Protestantism


DERBYSHIRE SONG    Poem Text    
First Line: Come loving me to darley dale.
Last Line: Come darley way, come darley way.
Subject(s): Love


DERELICT    Poem Text    
First Line: The cloudy peril of the seas
Last Line: Shall time entomb.
Subject(s): Graves; Ignorance; Sex; Time; Tombs; Tombstones; Dullness; Stupdity


DISTANT MUSIC    Poem Text    
First Line: Far now from you, dear love, I know
Last Line: The cause of all that you have told.
Subject(s): Music & Musicians


DOMINION    Poem Text    
First Line: I went beneath the sunny sky
Last Line: And store a dream for every night.


DREAMS    Poem Text    
First Line: We have our dreams; not happiness
Last Line: Nor care a penny what we dream
Subject(s): Cities; Dreams; Urban Life; Nightmares


EGYPT AND THE CROMWELL ROAD    Poem Text    
First Line: A beggar walked in front of me
Last Line: Into the shadows and the rain.
Subject(s): Begging & Beggars; Egypt


ELIZABETH ANN    Poem Text    
First Line: This is the tale of elizabeth ann
Last Line: Give her your charity, give her your prayers.
Subject(s): Household Employees; Servants; Domestics; Maids


EPILOGUE    Poem Text    
First Line: Come tell us, you that travel far
Last Line: And spend our booty in a song.
Subject(s): Singing & Singers; Songs


EPILOGUE FOR A MASQUE    Poem Text    
First Line: A little time they lived again, and lo!
Last Line: Shall shape our pilgrimage into a rhyme.
Subject(s): Death; Masks; Time; Dead, The


FELICITY    Poem Text    
First Line: Felicity, come stay awhile, / and talk with me, you pretty maid'
Last Line: And she was tapping on the door.


FOR A GUEST ROOM    Poem Text    
First Line: All words are said
Last Line: In love alone.
Subject(s): Love


FOR CORIN TODAY    Poem Text    
First Line: Old shepherd in your wattle cote
Last Line: The glimmer of your lanthorn lights.
Subject(s): Poetry & Poets


FORSAKEN    Poem Text    
First Line: The word is said, and I no more shall know
Last Line: Save for a bedesman telling o'er his beads.
Subject(s): Prayer; Purgatory; Soul


FOUNDATIONS    Poem Text    
First Line: Those lovers old had rare conceits
Last Line: One surety that we possess.
Subject(s): Beauty; Courtship; Love


GOLD    Poem Text    
First Line: There is a castle on a hill
Last Line: Was gold, and gold, and gold.
Subject(s): Castles; Gold


HABITATION    Poem Text    
First Line: High up in the sky there, now, you know
Last Line: But we are there -- we are waiting ourselves who come.
Subject(s): Cows; May (Month)


HARVEST MOON    Poem Text    
First Line: Hush! Was my whisper
Last Line: That harvesting.
Subject(s): Autumn; Harvest; Moon; Seasons; Fall


HARVESTING    Poem Text    
First Line: Pale sheaves of oats, pocked by untimely rain
Last Line: Uncarried on cold fields, is all my fear.
Subject(s): Harvest


HEED NOT THE BIDDING VOICES       


HISTORY    Poem Text    
First Line: Sometimes, when walls and occupation seem
Last Line: And the things that they choose for history-making pass.
Subject(s): History; Historians


HOLINESS    Poem Text    
First Line: If all the carts were painted gay
Last Line: Till both should understand.


IMMORTALITY    Poem Text    
First Line: When other beauty governs other lips
Last Line: Our names, our ghosts, our immortality.
Subject(s): Immortality


IN LADY STREET    Poem Text    
First Line: All day long the traffic goes
Last Line: On gloucester lanes in lady street.
Subject(s): London


IN THE WOODS    Poem Text    
First Line: I was in the woods today
Last Line: And, hearing, are beatified?
Subject(s): Birds; Tides


INSTRUCTION    Poem Text    
First Line: I have a place in a little garden
Last Line: And the leaping of a word.
Subject(s): Laurels; Rest; Solitude; Loneliness


INVOCATION    Poem Text    
First Line: As pools beneath stone arches take
Last Line: Make me immoderately wise.


JANUARY DUSK    Poem Text    
First Line: Austere and clad in sombre robes of grey
Last Line: And all the coloured retinue of spring.
Subject(s): Dusk; January


LAST CONFESSIONAL    Poem Text    
First Line: For all ill words that I have spoken
Last Line: Forgive me, love, forgive me, death.
Subject(s): Forgiveness; Clemency


LATE SUMMER    Poem Text    
First Line: Though summer long delayeth
Last Line: The king-bird keeps the tide.


LIEGEWOMAN    Poem Text    
First Line: You may not wear immortal leaves
Last Line: "the passion of him, soul and thew."
Subject(s): Epitaphs; Women


LOVE IN OCTOBER    Poem Text    
First Line: The fields, the clouds, the farms and farming
Last Line: These many loves would founder in that night.
Subject(s): Autumn; Farm Life; Love; Seasons; Spring; Fall; Agriculture; Farmers


LOVE'S HOUSE    Poem Text    
First Line: I know not how these men or those may take
Last Line: Leans down to me and tells me everything.
Subject(s): Houses; Love - Nature Of


LOVE'S PERSONALITY    Poem Text    
First Line: If I had never seen
Last Line: Not greatest, but apart.
Subject(s): Birth; Love; Child Birth; Midwifery


LOVERS TO LOVERS    Poem Text    
First Line: Our love forsworn
Last Line: The sum, yet was it signed as yours, and signed indelibly.
Subject(s): Boredom; Ignorance; Love; Ennui; Dullness; Stupdity


MAD TOM TATTERMAN    Poem Text    
First Line: Old man, grey man, good man scavenger,
Last Line: "flocks are whiter than the flocks that all your shepherds keep."
Subject(s): Babylon; Insanity; Sleep; Madness; Mental Illness


MOONLIT APPLES    Poem Text    
First Line: At the top of the house
Last Line: On moon-washed apples of wonder.
Subject(s): Apple Trees; Apples; Fruit; Trees


OLTON POOLS (TO G. C. G.)    Poem Text    
First Line: Now june walks on the waters
Last Line: Hist . . . Over olton pools!


ON A LAKE    Poem Text    
First Line: Sweet in the rushes
Last Line: The life of the lake.
Subject(s): Birds; Lakes; Nightingales; Water; Pools; Ponds


ON READING FRANCIS LEDWIDGE'S LAST SONGS    Poem Text    
First Line: At april's end, when blossoms break
Last Line: As apple flowers at april's end.
Subject(s): April; Ledwidge, Francis (1891-1917)


ON THE PERFORMANCE OF THOMAS HARDY'S .. 'THE QUEEN OF CORNWALL'    Poem Text    
First Line: Long years ago on cornish land
Last Line: In song before we sleep.
Subject(s): Hardy, Thomas (1840-1928); Plays & Playwrights ; Poetry & Poets; Dramatists


OUT OF THE MOON    Poem Text    
First Line: Merely the moonlight
Last Line: It falls on the ferns under my may-tree bough.
Subject(s): England; Flowers; Moon; English


PASSAGE    Poem Text    
First Line: When you deliberate the page
Last Line: In a moon's course, are history.
Subject(s): Easter; History; Holidays; The Resurrection; Historians


PENANCES    Poem Text    
First Line: These are my happy penances. To make
Last Line: In beauty's courts the unappeasable mind.
Subject(s): Reason; Intellect; Rationalism; Brain; Mind; Intellectuals


PERSPECTIVE    Poem Text    
First Line: In the wheatsheaf parlour I sat to see
Last Line: On the flowing figures of chippington crowd.
Subject(s): God


PETITION    Poem Text    
First Line: O lord, I pray: that for each happiness
Last Line: And beauty was his king.
Subject(s): God; Prayer


PIERROT    Poem Text    
First Line: Pierrot alone
Last Line: Are on my brows.
Subject(s): Kisses; Love; Moon


POLITICS    Poem Text    
First Line: You say a thousand things
Last Line: I cannot hear your argument to-day.
Subject(s): Politics & Government


PRELUDE    Poem Text    
First Line: Though black the night, I know upon the sky
Last Line: Of death shall come, the gospel of her light.
Subject(s): Morning


PROVOCATIONS    Poem Text    
First Line: I am no merry monger when
Last Line: And indignation clears the sky.
Subject(s): Clergy; Priests; Rabbis; Ministers; Bishops


REALITY    Poem Text    
First Line: It is strange how we travel the wide world over
Last Line: While the thronging world a phantom is.
Subject(s): Fantasy


RECIPROCITY    Poem Text    
First Line: I do not think that skies and meadows are
Last Line: As little daunted as a star or tree.


RECKONING    Poem Text    
First Line: I heard my love go laughing
Last Line: Is, false or true, he was my man.
Subject(s): Games; Love; Sermons; Recreation; Pastimes; Amusements


RESPONSIBILITY    Poem Text    
First Line: You ploughman at the gate
Last Line: Not beauty, but the flaw.


REVERIE    Poem Text    
First Line: Here in the unfrequented noon
Last Line: Our brief and variable state.
Subject(s): Architecture & Architects; Boredom; Government; Ennui


RIDDLES, R.F.C.    Poem Text    
First Line: He was a boy of april beauty; one
Last Line: Attempt to save a comrade. He was twenty years of age.
Subject(s): Aviation & Aviators; Ridley, Lt. Stewart G. (1896-1916); Sacrifices; World War I - Casualties; Airplanes; Air Pilots


ROUNDELS OF THE YEAR    Poem Text    
First Line: The spring is passing through the land
Last Line: Are you for whom my song is sung.
Subject(s): Roundels


RUPERT BROOKE (DIED APRIL 23, 1915)    Poem Text    
First Line: To-day I have talked with old euripides
Last Line: While our immortal fellowship remains.
Subject(s): Brooke, Rupert (1887-1915); Poetry & Poets; Soldiers' Writings


SEALED    Poem Text    
First Line: The doves call down the long arcades of
Last Line: I shall be striving towards you till the end.
Subject(s): Birds; Boredom; Doves; Love; Ennui


SEPTEMBER    Poem Text    
First Line: Wind and the robin's note today
Last Line: In robes of wisdom's wearing.
Subject(s): Autumn; Seasons; September; Fall


SIR EGLAMOUR'S FAREWELL    Poem Text    
First Line: Because you bid me go, and set aside
Last Line: Enough! I know my north.
Subject(s): Farewell; Parting


SNAIL    Poem Text    
First Line: Snail upon the wall
Last Line: It's all I've got.
Subject(s): Animals; Snails


SOUTHAMPTON BELLS    Poem Text    
First Line: Long ago some builder thrust
Last Line: Your way from brain to brain.
Subject(s): Bells


SUNRISE ON RYDAL WATER; TO E. DE S.    Poem Text    
First Line: Come down at dawn from windless hills
Last Line: Comes up on rydal mere.


SYMBOLS    Poem Text    
First Line: I saw history in a poet's song
Last Line: In the shadow that went by the side of me.


THE ATOM OF GOD: A VISION    Poem Text    
First Line: Suppose that god, being a busy god
Last Line: Old faith for pilot on the tides of fate.
Subject(s): God


THE BIRD'S NEST    Poem Text    
First Line: I know a place, in the ivy on a tree
Last Line: The sound of me watching, if I had been a bird.
Subject(s): Animals; Birds' Nests


THE BUILDING    Poem Text    
First Line: Whence these hods, and bricks of bright red
Last Line: Chaos transfigured into lineament.
Subject(s): Buildings & Builders; Details; Things


THE CARVER IN STONE    Poem Text    
First Line: He was a man of his time
Last Line: And sang across the teeming meadows home
Subject(s): Carving (Arts); Stone-cutting


THE CITY    Poem Text    
First Line: A shining city, one
Last Line: With happy wayfaring.
Subject(s): Cities; Science; Urban Life; Scientists


THE COMMON LOT    Poem Text    
First Line: When youth and summer-time are gone
Last Line: The sailing of the caravan.
Subject(s): Time; Youth


THE COTSWOLD FARMERS    Poem Text    
First Line: Sometimes the ghosts forgotten go
Last Line: No ghostly harvester.
Subject(s): Cows; Fairies; Farm Life; Ghosts; Supernatural; Elves; Agriculture; Farmers


THE CRAFTSMEN    Poem Text    
First Line: Confederate hand and eye
Last Line: What builds behind this dream.
Subject(s): Confederate States Of America; Confederacy


THE DEFENDERS    Poem Text    
First Line: His wage of rest at nightfall still
Last Line: The stranger from his cottage fire?
Subject(s): World War I; First World War


THE FECKENHAM MEN    Poem Text    
First Line: The jolly men at feckenham
Last Line: A fiery-hearted thing to do?


THE FIRES OF GOD    Poem Text    
First Line: Time gathers to my name
Last Line: And stormed the secret beauty of the world.
Subject(s): Justice


THE FUGITIVE    Poem Text    
First Line: Beauty has come to make no longer stay
Last Line: But you that die.
Subject(s): Beauty; Death; Dead, The


THE GUEST    Poem Text    
First Line: Sometimes I feel that death is very near
Last Line: Slip quietly to sea?
Subject(s): Death; Guests; Dead, The; Visiting


THE HERESY OF AN ELDER ON NOT BELIEVING IN FAIRIES    Poem Text    
First Line: I don't believe in fairies;- / I've something else to do
Last Line: I shall know that I am blind.
Subject(s): Fairies; Elves


THE HOURS    Poem Text    
First Line: Those hours are best when suddenly
Last Line: To the lucidity of song.
Subject(s): Hourglasses; Time


THE LIFE OF JOHN HERITAGE    Poem Text    
First Line: Born in the cotswolds in eighteen-forty or so
Last Line: Fall in with strange foot-fellows on the road.
Subject(s): Farm Life; Agriculture; Farmers


THE MIDLANDS    Poem Text    
First Line: Black in the summer night my cotswold hill
Last Line: I draw the blood of england's midmost shires.
Subject(s): England; Gloucestershire, England; Midlands, England; Sex; English


THE MIRACLE    Poem Text    
First Line: Come, sweetheart, listen, for I have a thing
Last Line: The everlasting miracle of spring.
Subject(s): Spring


THE NEW MIRACLE    Poem Text    
First Line: Of old men wrought strange gods for mystery
Last Line: Unfathomable thought.
Subject(s): Religion; Theology


THE PATRIOT    Poem Text    
First Line: Scarce is my life more dear to me
Last Line: I have my own; I envy none.
Subject(s): Avon (River), England; England; Patriotism; Poetry & Poets; Rivers; English


THE SHIPS OF GRIEF    Poem Text    
First Line: On seas where every pilot fails
Last Line: There is a sun will strike the sea.
Subject(s): Grief; Ships & Shipping; World War I; Sorrow; Sadness; First World War


THE SOLDIER    Poem Text    
First Line: The large report of fame I lack
Last Line: Across my brow the leaves of life.
Subject(s): Bombs; Scars; Soldiers; Thunder


THE SUN    Poem Text    
First Line: I told the sun that I was glad
Last Line: "I'm happy"" to the sun."
Subject(s): Imagination; Fancy


THE TRAVELLER    Poem Text    
First Line: When march was master of furrow and fold
Last Line: "the gate is open -- be quick, be quick."
Subject(s): Daffodils; March (Month); Spring


THE VAGABOND    Poem Text    
First Line: I know the pools where the grayling rise
Last Line: I'm lord of a dozen counties.
Subject(s): Wandering & Wanderers; Wanderlust; Vagabonds; Tramps; Hoboes


THE WITCH BALL    Poem Text    
First Line: Never, oh never came
Last Line: From fogs of the night.
Subject(s): Witchcraft & Witches


THE WOOD    Poem Text    
First Line: I walked a nut-wood's gloom. And overhead
Last Line: Beating along my undiscovered mind.
Subject(s): Forests; Traffic; Woods


THOMAS YARNTON OF TARLTON    Poem Text    
First Line: One of those old men fearing no man
Last Line: Of thomas yarnton of tarlton dumbly.
Subject(s): Epitaphs


TO A POET ON HIS EPITAPH FOR THE FALLEN    Poem Text    
First Line: Splendidly dying, yet their fame
Last Line: To save their splendour in a rhyme.
Subject(s): Epitaphs


TO ALICE MEYNELL    Poem Text    
First Line: I too have known my mutinies
Last Line: With the new word's magnificence.
Subject(s): Love


TO ONE I LOVE    Poem Text    
First Line: As I walked along the passage, in the night
Last Line: I knew.
Subject(s): Love


TO THE DEFILERS    Poem Text    
First Line: Go, thieves, and take your riches, creep
Last Line: And cast your spittle in god's face.
Subject(s): Earth; Environment; Prostitution; World; Environmental Protection; Ecology; Conservation; Harlots; Whores; Brothels


TO THE LOVERS THAT COME AFTER US    Poem Text    
First Line: Lovers, a little of this your happy time
Last Line: On brain and limbs, and we be lovers still.
Subject(s): Death; Dead, The


TRAVEL TALK    Poem Text    
First Line: To the high hills you took me, where desire
Last Line: And bade us to the benison of sleep.


TREASON    Poem Text    
First Line: What time I write my roundelays
Last Line: I am as derelict as he.
Subject(s): Solomon (10th Century B.c.)


TRIAL    Poem Text    
First Line: Beauty of old and beauty yet to be
Last Line: When masks of beauty walk with beauty too.
Subject(s): Beauty


VENUS IN ARDEN    Poem Text    
First Line: Now love, her mantle thrown
Last Line: With youth whose days three thousand years are done.
Subject(s): Avon (River), England; England; Love; Mythology - Classical; Rivers; Venus (Goddess); English


WE MOTHERS KNOW    Poem Text    
First Line: Peace,' they have said
Last Line: It shall be so.
Subject(s): Mothers; World War I; First World War


WE WILLED IT NOT    Poem Text    
First Line: We willed it not. We have not lived in hate
Last Line: Not lightly shall the treason be atoned.
Subject(s): World War I; First World War


WED    Poem Text    
First Line: I married him on christmas morn
Last Line: Would I were dead.
Subject(s): Ignorance; Love; Marriage; Sex; Unfaithfulness; Dullness; Stupdity; Weddings; Husbands; Wives; Infidelity; Adultery; Inconstancy


WHEN SLEEP DELAYS    Poem Text    
First Line: When sleep delays, yet thought is but a sorrow
Last Line: Of your devising.
Subject(s): Sleep


WITH DAFFODILS    Poem Text    
First Line: I send you daffodils, my dear
Last Line: Are you the only firmament.
Subject(s): Daffodils; Eden; God; Heaven; Paradise


WORDSWORTH AT GRASMERE    Poem Text    
First Line: These hills and waters fostered you
Last Line: Its kingdom in the thought of man.
Subject(s): Eyes; Mountains; Time; Water; Hills; Downs (Great Britain)


WRITTEN AT LUDLOW CASTLE (IN THE HALL WHERE COMUS WAS FIRST PERFORMED)    Poem Text    
First Line: Where wall and sill and broken window-frame
Last Line: And they are more than ghosts who lived and sang.
Subject(s): Ludlow Castle, England; Milton, John (1608-1674); Poetry & Poets


WRITTEN IN WINTERBORNE CAME CHURCH    Poem Text    
First Line: I do not use to listen well
Last Line: And climb the pulpit-stair.
Subject(s): April; Barnes, William (1801-1886); Churches; Poetry & Poets; Cathedrals