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AFFIRMATION: 3. THE KILLER AND THE DOVE, by PETER VIERECK    Poem Source                
First Line: This poacher, for an old obession's sake
Last Line: My name is falcon
Subject(s): Poaching

IRISH ASTRONOMY, by CHARLES GRAHAM HALPINE    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: O'ryan was a man of might
Alternate Author Name(s): O'reilly, Miles
Variant Title(s): The Poache
Subject(s): Poaching

POACHER, by RONALD STUART THOMAS    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Turning aside, never meeting
Last Line: A dawn accomplice, removes your tracks %one by one from the bright dew
Alternate Author Name(s): Thomas, R. S.
Subject(s): Poaching

POACHERS, by VENETA LEATHAM NIELSEN    Poem Source                
First Line: Deer, come down from foothills
Last Line: Thin-crust snow above their crypts beseech: %'here's arbor vitae, fellow poachers, munch!'?
Subject(s): Poaching

First Line: Honest regular work dick daring gave up
Subject(s): Poaching

THE BALLAD OF MINEPIT SHAW, by RUDYARD KIPLING    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: About the time that taverns shut
Last Line: And more things true than are told.
Subject(s): Poaching

THE KEEPER'S SON, by ANDRE THEURIET    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Black is the night and as though in fight
Last Line: The son of the keeper had breathed his last!
Subject(s): Death - Children; Family Life; Fathers & Sons; Poaching; Death - Babies; Relatives

THE LINCOLNSHIRE POACHER, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text                
First Line: "when I was bound apprentice, in famous lincolnshire"
Last Line: In the season of the year
Subject(s): Happiness;poaching; Joy;delight

THE POACHER (IN IMITATION OF CRABBE), by WALTER SCOTT    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Welcome, grave stranger, to our green retreats
Last Line: The rest his waking agony may tell!
Subject(s): Crabbe, George (1754-1832); Poaching

THE POACHER'S TIME-PIECE, by PAUL FORT    Poem Text                
First Line: In the viewless belfry-top reared by the shades of night the round
Last Line: In the birds he finds the hour.
Subject(s): Poaching; Time; Watches

THE POACHER; A SERIOUS BALLAD, by THOMAS HOOD    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Bill blossom was a nice young man
Last Line: And lost his life in notts.
Subject(s): Poaching

VAN DIEMAN'S LAND (3), by UNKNOWN    Poem Source                
First Line: Come all you gallant poachers that ramble void of care
Last Line: Again to ireland I'd return and be a happy man %and bid adieu to peaching and to van diemen's land
Subject(s): Poaching