English poetry

Poets Biographies Poems by Themes Random Poem
The Rating of Poets The Rating of Poems

Poem by Eugene Field


Hymn


 (FROM THE GERMAN OF MARTIN LUTHER)

O heart of mine! lift up thine eyes
And see who in yon manger lies!
Of perfect form, of face divine
It is the Christ-child, heart of mine!

O dearest, holiest Christ-child, spread
Within this heart of mine thy bed;
Then shall my breast forever be
A chamber consecrate to thee!

Beat high to-day, O heart of mine,
And tell, O lips, what joys are thine;
For with your help shall I prolong
Old Bethlehem's sweetest cradle-song.

Glory to God, whom this dear Child
Hath by His coming reconciled,
And whose redeeming love again
Brings peace on earth, good will to men!



Eugene Field


Eugene Field's other poems:
  1. Old Spanish Song
  2. Mary Smith
  3. Star of the East
  4. The Two Little Skeezucks
  5. With Two Spoons for Two Spoons


Poems of the other poets with the same name:

  • Walter Raleigh Hymn ("Rise, O my soul! with thy desires to heaven")
  • Charles Kingsley Hymn ("Accept this building, gracious Lord")
  • Henry White Hymn ("Awake, sweet harp of Judah, wake")
  • Edgar Poe Hymn ("At mornat noonat twilight dim")
  • Henry Newbolt Hymn ("O Lord Almighty, Thou whose hands")

    Poem to print Print

    1132 Views



    Last Poems


    To Russian version


  • @Mail.ru

    English Poetry. E-mail eng-poetry.ru@yandex.ru