After all the tales of Robin Hood originated from ballads sung
by the poor in England thousands of years ago. They told the
tale of a man that stood up for the people of England.
Here is a site, that is for all the poetry fans.
I thank any who allow me to post their marvelous poems.
Sara Sjöberg in Sweden
The people are hungry for they have
Where ever you go, you will see
But don't be afraid, in the middle of
He fights for the people, for the
He gives you back the money you lost
But he was not alone, for on his side,
A tall and strong giant with the name
A beautiful lady warrior with the name
And at last, a friar who can do amazing
things with herbs, with the name
Now I think you know who this hero is,
by Alisha mobley
Thou need not be afraid,
our hero o' the land.
And hits its target with ease
A man comes forth to retrieve it
Nearby a lady on a rock does sit
He grins in her direction
No words are said
R is for how you rob
H is for how your legend
Scattered pictures of
Of noble deeds, the
pen does tell
He flits between the
mires of danger
In justice's name, he
will guide his fate
An Outlaw's Journey
Through Sherwood Forest
My feet tread along
a secret path
Moving on, I continue
Nimble branches fold
And as I lay asleep
in my bed,
Night sweeps her cloak of darkness over
the slumbering forest.
He sweeps and spins
in the mysterious dance of a warrior.
If you like the poems?
Click Scroll to go to "All Other Love" Poem site
Would you like to read the
original ballads of the Tale of Robin Hood? Then
visit this site Robin Hood Literature
Many of the original ballads can be found here.
I will post any poems sent to me. This is a Matthew Porretta/ Robin
My computer is always open Email me with your poems! I'll accept any poem sent
as long as it's a Robin Hood or a Matthew Porretta poem.
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