Hilaire Belloc Comments (13)
01 Sep 11:05
My father, who had a keen ironic sense of humor, read Belloc to me in the mid fifties, and I can still recite some of the poems, which are very much a part of my mental landscape. I used The Microbe, with its moral (Oh let us never, never doubt, what nobody is sure about) in a couple of essays on excessive reliance on the science du jour as the ultimate guide to behavior.
09 May 06:01
01 May 08:48
lol why am I on this page
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01 May 08:20
I lick cheese I lick cheese I lick cheese I lick cheese I lick cheese
25 Apr 03:31
I just love him, always have since I was a small girl
07 Mar 01:05
04 Feb 01:00
When I was in high school, I had to recite a poem by H B which had an extremely long title, maybe 10/15 lines. I have struggled over the years to find this poem. Any ideas?
22 Nov 2011 06:02
Hey yo! i was discouraged to meet you, but i finally met you online, because we have something in common & that is love. Hence, i read your poem called ' Trinity'. The fact is kids need to take time in order for their things to succeed. Your correspondence will be highly appreciated. Have a nice day! Mr. Koena France Mokoena Country: South Africa Website: www.poemhunter.com/kfmproductions Mr. Koena France Mokoena
23 Jun 2010 12:20
''Early Morning, The'' Nice poem from a creative and poetic poet.
08 Dec 2007 01:27
I have been reading his works for years and love his sense of humour and the ease with which one can memorize the words, even the very lengthy poems like Lord Lundy and Matilda. I have recommended them to a friend, a high school teacher, who finds they are ideal for her young students who find many other poets very uninspiring.