Original poems and prose from the Victorian era. They’re absolutely beautiful and should be enjoyed as much as possible, not forgotten. Several have been out of circulation for so long that their creators’ information is now lost to time.
The poems deal with a variety of themes, but all revolve around some aspect of the paranormal: lost loves, old soldiers, phantom battles, and much more.
- The House of Night – Philip Freneau
- On Kingston Bridge- Ellen M.H. Cortissoz
- Vampyre – Owen Meredith
- The Highwayman- Alfred Noyes
- The White Moth – Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch