Masonic Poets and their poems and works. Life and Bibliography of the Poets. Contemporary Poets.
Little Lamb who made thee Dost thou know who made thee Gave thee life & bid thee feed. By the stream & o'er the mead; Gave thee clothing of delight, Softest clothing wooly bright; Gave thee such a tender voice, Making all the vales rejoice! Little Lamb who made thee Dost thou know who made
You are the companion of a man That builds the world! Masonic Arts And, that of the rough stone, made the basis of your life. And each day will polishing, esmerilando and burilando this stone. To become ever more worthy. Getting stronger. Become always good, like a true Mason! You are the companion
Dr. Robert Morris (1818-1888) Past Grand Master (1858-1859) of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky, USA Chartered Royal Solomon Mother Lodge #293 (1873, Israel's first regular) We meet upon the Level and we part upon the Square. What words of precious meaning, those words Masonic are! Come, let us contemplate them! They are worthy of a
Adieu, A Heart-Warm, Fond Adieu Adieu, a heart warm, fond adieu, Dear brothers of the mystic tie! Ye favored, ye enlightened few, Companions of my social joy! Tho' I to foreign lands must hie, Pursuing fortune's slidd'ry ba', With melting heart and brimful eye, I'll mind you still, though far awa'. Oft have I met
Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), "Very Many People": On the Downs, in the Weald, on the Marshes, I heard the Old Gods say: "Here come Very Many People: "We must go away. "They take our land to delight in, 5 "But their delight destroys. "They flay the turf from the sheep-walk. "They load the Denes with noise.