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Author or Source
Link to poem
Start of First Line
1 The Compass of His Attainments W.Bro Bill Shorto Link 1 I’ve told you the tale of his lordship
2 A Mason Submitted by W.Bro. Russel Wagner Link 2 A Mason is a man and a brother
3 The Entered Apprentice Song Matthew Birkhead circa 1722 Link 3 Come let us prepare
4 If You Are A New Installed Master Submitted by Ralph Andrew Link 4 If you can rule the lodge
5 Fifty Year Jewel Presentation W. Bro. Bob McRae Link 5 It is my honor and privilege
6 The Final Toast (The Tylers Toast) Peter Richards Link 6 Are your glasses charged
7 The Grand Officer Douglas A Chambers Link 7 Now here’s the man we all revere
8 Hamlet   (To Learn or Not to Learn) Peter Marlborough Link 8 To learn or not to learn
9 A Ladies Toast W.H.G. Redfern Link 9 When you are getting ready
10 The Lambskin Submitted by Alex Ferguson Link 10 It is not ornamental
11 Progress in the Craft Unknown Link 11 Tie of black and lodge-suite
12 Rainbow Girls Tiffany Wagner Link 12 Over the hills and across the sky
13 My New Cut Ashlar  Unknown Link 13 My new-cut ashlar takes the light
14 Mother Lodge Rudyard Kipling Link 14 There was Rundle, Station Master
15 The Beginning (Rosicruscian) Kevin Hylands Link 15 Rosicrucion questions
16 The Nine O’Clock Toast Peter J. Hobbs Link 16 If at nine o’clock you listen
17 Just a Quiet Little Lodge Room George B. Staff Link 17 Just a quiet little lodge room
18 Nimrod and Solomon Unknown Link 18 Much might be said of the noble art
19 A Toast To The Visitors Dan Zrymiak Link 19 A toast to all our differences
20 The Nine O’Clock Toast (Version 2) Via Russel Wagner Link 20 Brethren, shall we pause a while
21 Zeal, A Mason’s Heritage Morton Bennett Luxner Link 21 Zeal, A Mason’s Heritage
22 Festive Board Bro. E. L. Hannam Link 22 Brethren stand to await the call,
23 Thoughts After My Installation Jack Bradley Link 23 The Lodge is closed the meeting done
24 Did I Help or Hurt Today Lord Submitted by Bro. Ray Greaves Link 24 Did I help or hurt today lord
25 Absent Brethren Alan Bode Link 25 Come all you Masons
26 Moral Truth and Virtue (Level 1) Bro. Bill Shorto Link 26 I shuffle through the darkness
27 If You Will My Brother Be Sumitted by Bro. Dr Lal Kumar Link 27 If you believe in
28 Not Guilty Bro. Henry Englesman Link 28 If you feel disadvantaged
29 The Token Bro. Henry Englesman Link 29 In line Tombs of Ancient Pharaohs
30 Darkness Visible (Level 3) Bro. Bill Shorto Link 30 In sombre dress I’m lead once more
31 The Honours System Bro. Henry Englesman Link 31 I’ve been a Mason nigh four decades
32 Drinking From My Saucer Bro. Richard Boyde Link 32 I’ve never made a fortune
33 Charity Bro. Henry Englesman Link 33 Noblest in virtue, choicest of gifts
34 The Master’s Song Bro. Henry Englesman Link 34 I married my childhood sweetheart
35 One Hour With You Bro. Dr. Robert Morris Link 35 One hour with you
36 All Masons are Builders Unknown Link 36 Passing through a busy town
37 Our District Grand Master Sumitted by Bro. Dr Lal Kumar Link 37 Rubicund and chubby checks
38 Ode to the Master Bro. Derek P. Holmes Link 38 There is this tale of a Worshipful Master
39 The Visitors Bro. Roger Andrews Link 39 Upon the door there came three knocks
40 The Level and the Square Bro. Robert Morris Link 40 We meet upon the level
41 The Temple of Mankind W.Bro.Henry Engelsman Link 41 A thousand years ere Mary
42 “IMPS” AGM is Beckoning Me Alan Bode Link 42 “IMPS” AGM is Beckoning Me
43 Tempus Fugit G.J. Bartlett Link 43 Just a line to say I’m living
44 Farewell to the Tyler W.Bro. Bill Shorto Link 44 He stood on the shores of his country
45 Mr. Mackenzie, Surgeon, Mauchline Bro. Robert Burns Link 45 Friday first’s the day appointed
46 Masonic and Poetic Brethren W.Bro. Dr. Riley Fernando Link 46 Masonic and Poetic Brethren all
47 Builders R.L.Sharp Link 47 Isn’t it strange that Princes and Kings
48 Proud to be Freemasons Bro. John Park-Davies Link 48 Since when the ancient craft we joined
49 Fruits of the Earth Bro. Bill Shorto Link 49 Walnuts and Malmesey in August
50 Absent Brethren (2) William H. Jefferson Link 50 Brethren – now is the time
51 Philosophy on the Level W.Bro. Bill Shorto Link 51 You’ve heard of that place in Great
52 A Mason Answers Back W.Bro.Gerry Miles Link 52 In the name of our ancient order
53 A Freemason’s Dream William H. Jefferson Link 53 If every man throughout the world
54 Sight Unseen W.Bro.Henry Engelsman Link 54 The warm air fills my nostrils
55 The Twilight Hour Charles Bryan Link 55 Give me that twilight hour
56 The First Step Bro.Gerd Sherm Link 56 In one of these nights
57 A Song for All Masons W.Bro. Dr. Riley Fernando Link 57 O Brethren all – dear Brethren all
58 The Masonic Compass W.Bro. E.L. Hannam Link 58 Masonry in poetic form
59 The Initiate W.Bro.Gerry Miles Link 59 To the Lodge in ancient Tyre
60 The Initiate (2) W.Bro. E.L. Hannam Link 60 I walk alone, the light concealed
61 The Brown Suite W.Bro. Bob Hogarth Link 61 We’d an installation here one day
62 The Master Mason W.Bro.Kevin Hylands Link 62 The Master Mason is a man
63 The Hidden Mysteries of Nature W.Bro.Bill Shorto Link 63 I stumble once again
64 The Future W.Bro. E.J. Seymour Link 64 What will we leave, my brethren
65 So Mote it Be W.Bro.Bert Marks Link 65 My husband’s a Mason
66 The Widow’s Son W.Bro. Frank Bavin Link 66 You’ve heard many stories about
67 Prosper the Art Bro.Tommy Gibson, Cornwall Link 67 Is your vision of Masonry all that it means
68 Masonic Medicine Bro.Morton Bennett Link 68 There’s a lot of consolation
69 Basic Masonry W.Bro.Gerry Miles Link 69 If all the Brits were Masons?
70 The Hangman W.Bro.Peter Marlborough Link 70 He stood on the hangman’s scaffold
71 I Give Thanks Harry Lee Nicholls Link 71 Oh I give thanks
72 See Clearer Bro.John C. Hackett (Hack) Link 72 I must go down to the Lodge tonight
73 The Final Toast Bro.D.L.Richardson Link 73 Are your glasses charged
74 Hail Master Mason W.Bro.Bill Shorto Link 74 Hail, Master Mason, with your Pencil
75 The Three Great Lights From the S.A. Masonic Journal Link 75 The Three Great Lights will guide our steps
76 Mysteries W.Bro.Peter Sexton Link 76 The mysteries of masonry are
77 The New Master W.Bro.M.M.Hyams Link 77 For many years, through sweat and tears
78 The Lodge Room Over Simpkin’s Store Bro.Lawrence N. Greenleaf Link 78 The plainest lodge room in the land
79 I’m now a Master Mason W.Bro. Andrew Hopkins Link 79 I’d like to say a few words
80 The Sister City Livery Lodges Christopher Watts Link 80 One of the seven oldest Companies
81 The Cable Tow W.Bro.Henry Engelsman Link 81 Some may call it selfless service
82 The Honoured Guest Bro. John Park-Davies Link 82 They bring a gift? within themselves
83 Ye sons of old Killie Bro. Robert Burns Link 83 Ye sons of old Killie
84 Banquet Night Bro.Rudyard Kipling Link 84 Once in so often King Solomon said
85 The Four Angels Bro. Rudyard Kipling Link 85 As Adam lay a-dreaming
86 Brother Tyler W.Bro.Henry Englesman Link 86 He took me by the hand
87 Ascent to the East (Level 4) W.Bro. Bill Shorto Link 87 I have an invitation which I
88 Brotherly Love W.Bro. Henry Engelsman Link 88 The skein of steel in a hawser wire
89 Upon The Oath Bro. Tommy Gibson Link 89 Freemasons all should try to live
90 Masonic Reflections Bro. John J.C. Odd Link 90 They sit up high upon the dais
91 The Farewell To the Brethren Bro. Robert Burns Link 91 Adieu, a heart warm, fond adieu
92 The Master’s Apron Bro. Robert Burns Link 92 Ther’s mony a badge that’s unco braw
93 Ask, Seek, Knock Bro. Rob Morris Link 93 Ask and ye shall receive
94 The Eternal Light W.Bro.Henry Engelsman Link 94 Call it the ‘oly Bible?
95 The Fellow Craft Bro. Rob Morris Link 95 This lodge of five from Tyre came
96 The Perfect Ashlars Bro. Rob Morris Link 96 The sunbeams from the eastern sky
97 A Masonic Song Bro. Robert Burns Link 97 It happened on a winter night
98 The Model Mason Bro. Rob Morris Link 98 There’s a fine old Mason in the land
99 The Trowel Bro. R.J.McLauchlin Link 99 Now each man builds a Temple
100 I See You’ve Travelled Some Edgar A. Guest Link 100 Wherever you may chance to be
101 Presentation of the Grand Lodge Certificate W.Bro. Dr. Riley Fernando Link 101 Dear Brother Master Mason
102 A Hymn of Hope For Freemasonry  G.J. Teague Link 102  Great Arch-i-tect support us
103 I.M.P.S (Sri Lanka Branch) W.Bro. Dr. Riley Fernando Link 103  As you are no doubt aware
104 Masonic Mouse Trilogy (1)  Frank Bavin Link 104 He had lived in the Great Hall
105 To an IMPS Friend  Stan Purdy Link 105 Excitement to the Nth degree
106 Zabarakim’s Theme Doug Wall Link 106 From lands afar ah-ha
107 Can I Help? R.P. Warrington Link 107 What do you want of me, my Brother
108 I Love my Lodge Meetings Stan Purdy Link 108 In my Toronto Jurisdiction
109 The Mason’s Rock Bob McRae Link 109 Hey there Brothers
110 Masonic Mouse Trilogy (2) Frank Bavin Link 110 ‘Twas the night before Christmas
111 The Word Clayton M. Rowe Link 111 Five or ten thousand words
112 Marathon Mum’s Masonic Money Author Unknown Link 112 In nineteen and eighty seven
113 Seven and Perfect R.P. Warrington Link 113 I had traversed a dark
114 The Mason Author Unknown Link 114 Trusting he enters
115 With Rule and Love Harry Layton Link 115  With rule and love
116 Masonic Mouse Trilogy (3) Frank Bavin Link 116 Word had got back to Grand Lodge
117 Thoughts on Joining IMPS Bob Stewart Link 117 In this, the new South Africa
118 The Haggis Saga A.F.Pope Link 118 Having sampled this joyous feast
119 Two Wrongs Make a Poetic W.Bro. Dr. Riley Fernando Link 119 Brother ‘Holly‘, our genial Sec.
120 You Are Old, Pastor Masters Bro.John C. Hackett (Hack) Link 120 You are old, Brother D.C.
121 As Points Yon Compass Douglas Wall Link 121 For I dipp’d into the future
122 A Masonic Parting Bro. William Carpenter Link 122 In friendship we meet
123 IMPS Sri Lanka W.Bro. Dr. Riley Fernando Link 123 Worshipful Master and Brethren all
124 Ladies Night Charles Bryan Link 124 Welcome
125 Lodge Widows Morton Bennett Luxner Link 125 On Monday nights he grabs
126 Norfolk Royal Air Force Lodge Gerry Miles Link 126 We stepped of our left foot on the square
127 Order of Americans of Armorial Ancestry

John Hallberg Jones

Link 127 Here’s a new member named Mike
128 The Moth and The Temple John J.C. Odd Link 128 There was a Lodge, a lowly place
129 The Warden’s Chair Gerry Benson Link 129 I Sit Upon the Warden’s Chair
130 Roots Stan Purdy Link 130 The roots of the lily that grows
131 Officers of the Lodge Douglas A. Chambers Link 131 Worthy Wardens
132 Are You a Mason? Author Unknown Link 132 Are you a Mason
133 Footsteps Author Unknown Link 133 I remember with what joy
134 Meeting Places Stan Purdy Link 134 To Geoffrey Teague
135 More Bills From the Treasurer Charles Bryan Link 135 I’m just an Old Age Pensioner
136 There’s Many a Slip W.Bro.Peter Marlborough Link 136 There’s many a slip of the tongue
137 The Lewis Frank Bavin Link 137 A fresh faced lad of twenty-three
138 To Headingley Lodge in it’s Centenary Year Author Unknown Link 138 The Irish still were mourning
139 To The Charity Steward Charles Bryan Link 139 Just a thought
140 A Trip to the Seaside Author Unknown Link 140 It’s many years since I was here
141 Beside the Copper Beech at Rainbow Hill W.Bro.Bill Shorto Link 141 In Worcester’s busy modern city street
142 Officers of the Lodge (2) Douglas A. Chambers Link 142 Our Organist
143 Response to ‘the Guests’ Bert Rogers Link 143 I must tell you just what happened
144 Sonnet for Kevin W.Bro.Bill Shorto Link 144 I love to visit Lodges near and far
145 Thank You W.Bro.Kevin Hylands Link 145 Thank you all for showing
146 The Deacon Ray McComb Link 146 ‘Twas hot in the country Temple
147 What of Your Masonry? E.L. Hannam Link 147 What of your Masonry?
148 Christmas R.A.B Link 148 All (Brethren) from the North
149 First Degree R.A.B Link 149 Apprentices who’ve seen the light
150 General R.A.B Link 150 Brethren, North West South and East
151 Installation R.A.B Link 151 May He from Whom all mercies flow
152 A Master Mason L.R. Collier Link 152 Last night I knelt where Hiram knelt
153 New Sarum Dreams Author Unknown Link 153 He has an apron which he‘s proud
154 Officers of the Lodge (3) Douglas A. Chambers Link 154 As Treasurer, we have John Bates
155 Our Worshipful Master Bro.John C. Hackett (Hack) Link 155 Command with courtesy is Sid’s pedigree
156 Second Degree R.A.B Link 156 Let Craftsman newly passed tonight
157 Solomon’s Gift Frank Bavin Link 157 Henry came down the steps
158 The Ballad of E.F.H’s Banner Feast Bro.John C. Hackett (Hack) Link 158 Honoured Master, Honoured Brethren
159 The Ladies’ Night (2) R.A.B. Link 159 Ladies, fellows, Brethren all
160 The Touch of the Master’s Hand Myra B. Welch Link 160 ’Twas battered and scarred
161 Third Degree D. Willcox Link 161 Let him who has this night been raised
162  A Poet! Bert Marks Link 162 I’m really not a poet
163 As We Climbed Rainbow Hill W.Bro.Bob Pratt Link 163 As we climbed Rainbow Hill one night
164 Masonry Submitted by David Mostyn Link 164 You may wear an emblem on your coat
165 Officers of the Lodge (4) Doulgas A. Chambers Link 165 Our hard-working Almoner
166 Paranoia  Gerry Miles Link 166 A Committee ‘Parliamentary’
167 Send in the (Clowns-er-) Pounds  Stan Purdy Link 167 The bigger we get
168 The Once and Future Knight W.Bro.Bill Shorto Link 168 Winchester has a fine old church
169 Toast to the Visitors William H. Jefferson Link 169 Brethren all, – so happy have we met
170 Tribute to George Washington Robert Morris, LL.D. Link 170 Oh! Brothers of the Mystic Tie
171 A Ladies Toast W.H.G. Redfern Link 171 Words of Wisdom to the Brethren
172 Double 50 Year jewel Presentation Peter Horn Link 172 Brethren, this evening we gather round
173 Apologies Tommy Gibson Link 173 First I must apologise
174 Officers of the Lodge (5) Douglas A. Chambers Link 174 Our Senior Deacon, Dave McNee
175 The Emblems of Mortality W.Bro.Bill Shorto Link 175 Behold this ruin, ‘Twas a skull
176 The Passing of the Master W.Bro. Barrows Link 176 Through three degrees with trials passed
177 Brother Rudyard Gerry Miles Link 177 A Mason went in ‘thirty-six to grand Lodge
178 Lodge of Instruction Author Unknown Link 178 Oh, I wish I’d looked after me ritual
179 Never Too Late A.D.P Link 179 I’ve lived sixty years.
180 Ponderings Neil Grant Link 180 A Brotherhood of high ideals
181 The Dying Request Steven J. Turner Link 181 The veteran sinks to rest
182 Officers of the Lodge (6) Douglas A. Chambers Link 182 The Inner Guard
183 The Lodge of Harmony Charles Bryan Link 183 This is the Lodge of Harmony
184 Elegy Bro. Hans-Jurgen Diedrich Link 184 Silent now, his heart
185 In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree Bob Pratt Link 185 In the shade of the old S. & C
186 The Compass and the Square Bill Nesbitt Link 186 As we gather here together
187 The Installed Master W.Bro.Bill Shorto Link 187 When a Master’s been installed
188 Officers of the Lodge (7) Douglas A. Chambers Link 188 The Tyler
189 Inward Thoughts Bro.John C. Hackett (Hack) Link 189 When our Visitors we praise
190 A Mason and a Man Russell Wagner Link 190 My Brother, Masonry means much more
191 A Visit from IMPS Ken Brown Link 191 The Sacred Volume does unveil
192 Briefly Christopher Watts Link 192 Such a brief time we have spent together
193 Carmarthen College W.Bro.Bill Shorto Link 193 Brethren from the Land of Song
194 IMP’ish Weekend in Oz Rae Bennett Link 194 To Bill, World President of IMPS
195 Officers of the Lodge (8) Douglas A. Chambers Link 185 Our Founders, without whom we wouldn’t be here
196 Sonnet for Oz W.Bro.Bill Shorto Link 196 I write to greet Masonic friends
197 Regency Lodge No.6349 W.Bro.Bill Shorto Link 197 Named for the prince who ruled too soon
198 The Sister City Livery Lodges Christopher Watts Link 198 In days of yore, the Saxon arrived
199 Assembly of the Scottish Kirk Nathanial Blackerby Link 199 Not so the Assembly of the Scottish Kirk
200 Forget-Me-Not W.Bro.Bill Shorto Link 200 In England now as bodeful shadows loom
201 A Haven of Rest Chas. F. Forshaw Link 201 The train is gone, and I am left behind
202 Do it on the Square W.Bro.Kevin Hylands Link 202 This openness
203 The Sister City Livery Lodges (2) Christopher Watts Link 203 Thus from the earliest medieval times
204 The Burned Snail Peter Scragg Link 204 We who are dwellers out of reach
205 The Brotherhood Tommy Gibson Link 205 What is this art in Freemasonry?
206 The Preceptors  Ken Brown Link 206 When the Ceremony’s over
207 A Mason’s Metamorphosis G.S. Angell Link 207 To cast a spell with a kiss
208 A Sonnet Chas. F. Forshaw Link 208 To the Brethren of a Lodge
209 A Temple of Truth W.Bro. E.J. Seymour Link 209 What am I now, the Initiate asked
210 Family and Children W.Bro. Peter .A. Sexton Link 210 The Lewis’ Tale
211 Ode to Lodge Island Bay’s Christmas Cake P.D. Fordyce Link 211 Ooooooo ….. Beautiful fruit Christmas Cake
212 Rhapsody on Wood Bill Jefferson Link 212 I know I haven’t been a Master Mason very long
213 The Lewis’ Dilemma John J.C. Odd Link 213 Said the Lewis to his father
214 The Sister City Livery Lodges (3) Christopher Watts Link 214 Not all members were craftsmen
215 The Small Blue Button Author Unknown Link 215 Fasten on the small blue button
216 Ban it – Brother! W.Bro.Peter Marlborough Link 216 There are two subjects
217 Fred and His Collar W.Bro.Peter Marlborough Link 217 Now the Argus Lodge of Instruction
218 Lodge Blues Janet Lynch Link 218 Lodge night is here
219 My Brother Jack Parvin Link 219 Welcome, Brother, we meet again
220 On the Death of a Much Respected Brother Maxwell Bruce Link 220 No more we’ll hear your reassuring voice
221 The Knife and Fork Mason John J.C. Odd Link 221 They call him “Knife and Fork Mason”
222 The Masonic Mouse Tommy Gibson Link 222 Have you heard of me
223 The Sister City Livery Lodges (4) Christopher Watts Link 223 This, the Premier Grand Lodge of England
224 The Tesellated Paving Tommy Gibson Link 224 The tessellated pavings
225 To the Initiate W.Bro. Peter .A. Sexton Link 225 The ceremony’s over
226 Was Hitler Black-Balled Keith R. Falconer Link 226 George Washington was a Freemason
227 It’s Good to Talk G.S. Angell Link 227 When I’m a little sad
228 Jocasta, The Flamenco Dancer Bert Marks Link 228 The nightclub Spanish dancer
229 Ladies Night Jack Thomas Sydenstricker Link 229 Tonight, tonight is ladies’ night
230 Masonic History in Verse John J.C. Odd Link 230 It was A.D. Six Twenty
231 Memories Jack Parvin Link 231 As we grow old, things we forget
232 Poem for Andrew – A New Year Tribute Tom M. Pratt Link 232 I am much in appreciation
233 Royal Sussex Lodge No. 53 Author Unknown Link 233 Royal Sussex is a beautiful Lodge
234 The Initiate Gerry Miles Link 234 To the Lodge in ancient Tyre
235 The Master’s Chair W.Bro. Peter .A. Sexton Link 235 There is no greater honour
236 The Earliest of Sister Livery Lodges Author Unknown Link 236 Pellipar Lodge holds itself
237 The Tyler Said W.Bro. Peter Marlborough Link 237 A very old Tyler I met years ago
238 A Toast to the Ladies  W.Bro. Peter .A. Sexton Link 238 Our thanks go out to the Ladies
239 Failing Memory Maxwell Bruce Link 239 Each day, each hour, that little book
240 On his Overdue Subscription Keith Robinson Link 240 When I consider how you should not need
241 That Night Earl A. Bennett Link 241 One night I went a-wandering
242 Masonic Bond Tommy Gibson Link 242 Freemasonry is that special bond
243 The Past W.Bro. E.J. Seymour Link 243 When you sit in your Temple on meeting
244 The Present W.Bro. E.J. Seymour Link 244 It’s now the summer recess
245 The Sister City Livery Lodges (Part 5) Christopher Watts Link 245 The Court of Alderman appointed
246 To the IMPS at its Annual General Meeting W.Bro. Dr. Riley Fernando Link 246 To the IMPS at its Annual General Meeting
247 A Musing Stan Purdey Link 247 The COMPASS holds some thoughtful
248 The Gesellenreise (Fellowcraft’s Journey) Translation by R. Browning Link 248 You who near this new degree
249 I’ve wandered through the Provinces W.Bro.Bill Shorto Link 249 I’ve wandered through the Provinces
250 Mashonaland, South Africa Bob Stewart Link 250 Mashonaland, South Africa
251 My Third Degree D.Willcox Link 251 And now remember in my youth
252 Tempus Fraternus Tom Raulerson Link 252 Time belongs to every man
253 The Ladies W.Bro. E.J. Seymour Link 253 Oh ladies fair beyond compare
254 The Visitor’s Toast Fraser Duncan Link 254 Worshipful Master,
255 To the IMPS – A Poetic Toast W.Bro. Dr. Riley Fernando Link 255 Dear Masonic Poets
256 A Bundle of Fun Peter Scragg Link 256 Worshipful Brother Frederick Bunn
257 A Reflection Peter Scragg Link 257 Consider now a festive board
258 Deck of Cards Author Unknown Link 258 When I see the Ace
259 IMPS Great! Stan Purdy Link 259 This message you’ll condone
260 Initiation Author Unknown Link 260 I heard three knocks on the Temple door
261 Mason and Man Robert Myles Brown Link 261 Shake hands with me, my Brother
262 Masonic Ritual Peter Marlborough Link 262 Now some Brethren are not good at their ritual
263 Sam the Villain Bob Hogarth Link 263 I’ll tell you an old-fashioned story
264 The IMP Lew Cromar Link 264 The Imps have been launched
265 The Last Journey Frank Bavin Link 265 The Gondola drifted through the skies
266 The Frank Bavin Original Frank Bavin Link 266 The universal secret of the Brotherhood
267 A Mason’s Hand Carl W. Mason Link 267 A Mason’s hand is a hand that helps
268 Answers Depend on Questions Bob McRae Link 268 Twas in the blistery month of June
269 From Operative to Speculative E.J. Seymour Link 269 An Entered Apprentice am I
270 He is the Very Model of… Bert Marks Link 270 He is the very model of
271 No Churchman am I Robert Burns Link 271 No churchman am I for to rail and to write
272 Our Dad’s a Mason Kevin Hylands Link 272 Our Dad’s a Mason don’t you know
273 Officer’s of the Lodge (9) Douglas A. Chambers Link 273 Our Esteemed Secretary
274 The Masonic Pilgrim Neil Grant Link 274 Some wisdom seek perusing pages
275 The Sadness of Amanon Charles Bryan Link 275 There comes a time in all our lives
276 The Song of the Inner Guard Bro.W. Albert Gould Link 276 If you wish to take part
277 The White Leather Apron Franklyn W. Lee Link 277 Here’s a toast to the Lambskin
278 Lost Legion Bro. Rt. Rev. Ernest Temby Link 278 There’s a special breed of bastards
279 An Ode to our Masonic Husbands Gerry Bartlett Link 279 When a man joins a Lodge
280 Cosmos, Chaos and Masonic Order Terence Paget Link 280 Foot slipshod, breast laid bare
281 Family and Children (2) Judith Hamilton Link 281 Following in his father’s footsteps
282 Ladies’ Night (2) Jean Boissiere Link 282 In one long year as you all know
283 Masonic History in Verse (2) John J.C. Odd Link 283 The poem you recently published
284 Power to Save Bill Shorto Link 284 Don’t speak so lightly now of Brotherly Love
285 Song of St. John Robert Morris Link 285 How blest is the home
286 The Christmas Card Ken Brown Link 286 ‘Twas the night before Christmas
287 The Senior Warden’s Rondeau Tony Paul Link 287 It’s a challenge! That’s what it is
288 The Sister City Livery Lodges (6) Christopher Watts Link 288 The third of the circle of Sister City
289 The Treasurer’s Delight W.Hall Link 289 I couldn’t do our Tyler’s job
290 Absent Brethren (3) Christopher Watts Link 290 This is the joy of distant friends
291 Celtic Excursion Bill Shorto Link 291 I sat at ease one summer’s night
292 Celtic Excursion (2) Tommy Gibson Link 292 Bill Shorto went a-visiting
293 Cornwallis Court  Gerry Miles Link 293 A Haven for our Brethren
294 If… Ken Brown Link 294 If you should find yourself
295 Let Battle Commence Mike Richards Link 295 ‘Twas Lodge night at Ilkley
296 The Peppermint Men Author Unknown Link 296 I’m going to be a Mason
297 I’ll be the Master of my Lodge Gerry Bartlett Link 297 I’ll be the Master of my Lodge
298 The Sister City Livery Lodges (7) Christopher Watts Link 298 In 1915, on 23rd September
299 To any Secretary of any Lodge Author Unknown Link 299 And so while the great ones depart
300 To the Craft Maxwell Bruce Link 300 Long years ago you took my hand
301 A Eulogy to Alan Bert Marks Link 301 Just spare a thought for Alan
302 It’s them there Mason’s again James L.K. Bennett Link 302 They debate in committee
303 Masonic Lore Keith R. Falconer Link 303 Masonic mysteries
304 On Hearing that Peter was a Mason Anne Kay Link 304 Well – I’ve heard all the usual
305 Our Lodge G. Eric Ward Link 305 When you’ve joined the Craft
306 The Master’s Sonnet Tony Paul Link 306 Remember the thirteenth of November
307 Toast to the Holder’s of the Grand Chapter Rank S. Leff Link 307 Companions, pray listen, give ear to this song
308 Visit to Clive Lodge No.6973  Andrew Hopkins Link 308 I am here tonight as a grateful guest
309 And why not Women Masons? Madeleine N. Parkes Link 309 And Why Not Women Masons?
310 Charity Steward Report Bro. David Crane Link 310 My report tonight is proffered in rhyme
311 Farewell to Bill W.Bro. Peter Sexton Link 311 Bill Shorto, man of letters
312 Solomon’s Chair Revisited W.Bro. Peter Sexton Link 312 I said never again when I finished
313 The New Master W.Bro. M.M. Hyams Link 313 For many years
314 The Sister City Livery Lodges (8) Christopher Watts Link 314 One of the seven oldest Companies
315 Women in the Craft Kevin Hylands Link 315 There is a question I must ask
316 A Christmas Carol Ken Brown Link 316 Perched up high
317 A Toast to the Cutlers W.Bro. Peter Sexton Link 317 For eight hundred year in London
318 Just Belong Author Unknown Link 318 Are you an active member?
319 King Solomon had his troubles too! Author Unknown Link 319 We take you back in history
320 Ode to a Mason Wife of W.Bro. Gordon Jones Link 320 Short ones and tall ones
321 Oh Really! Madeleine N. Parkes Link 321 We have rules that are unwritten
322 The Junior Warden Blues Harry Hambleton Link 322 I practise my lines hard and long
323 The Mason that almost was Troy Bagley Link 323 A petition our lodge received
324 The Past Master Anon. Link 324 Who’s the stranger
325 The Hidden Mysteries of Nature and Science (Level 2) Bill Shorto Link 325 I stumble once again as I resume
326 We Build the Road of Masonry Douglas Mallock Link 326 We build the road of Masonry
327 We’re Mor Hafren Lodge Visitors J. Pengelly Link 327 Waiting for you invite by pigeon
328 A Visitor’s Poem Joe L. Bau Link 328 We’re very pleased to see you
329 Apologies for Absence Peter Marlborough Link 329 Worshipful Master — I bring apologies
330 Editorial Musings Bert Marks Link 330 All those who think
331 Solomon’s Shirley Peter Sexton Link 331 There’s a set of curly apples
332 The Brotherhood of Freemasonry Wilbur D. Nesbit Link 332 There is a saying filled with cheer
333 The Stand-in Deacon Author Unknown Link 333 Beware of this tale
334 The Tradition of my Lodge Peter Marlborough Link 334 Us Masons — we talk of our mysteries
335 Speeches Harry Hambleton Link 335 There is nothing in life that ever
336 They all came Just for me Richard L. Jenkins Link 336 Something big is going on here
337 Three Brother Masons Jack Parvin Link 337 Three brother masons in ancient times
338 Untitled Ken Brown Link 338 When you’re seated at the table
339 A Toast to Grand Officers Peter Sexton Link 339 I call upon the Wardens
340 Brother John and Brother Fred Peter Marlborough Link 340 Brother John met Brother Fred
341 Deck of Cards (2) Ken Brown Link 341 If you take a pack of pasteboards
342 Freemasonry is here to Stay Thomas Gibson Link 342 Freemasonry is here to stay
343 I’m ready for my last Degree Author Unknown Link 343 An old man lay sick in the Masonic home
344 Masonic Auld Lang Syne Rob Morris Link 344 We do not sigh for pleasures past
345 Perseveranca III Lodge Jack T. Sydenstricker Link 345 In July eighteen sixty nine
346 Septimus Septimisium Ron Smiley Link 346 As Septimus Septimisium stepped
347 Stand up and be Counted  Micheal Hurst Link 347 I want to be a Freemason
348 The Lodge DoC Jack Parvin Link 348 It’s the military training
349 Meaning of the word ‘Brother’ Bro. W.C. Armstrong Link 349 Have you ever given much thought
350 The Worshipful Master’s Toast Author Unknown Link 350 I heard your voice was frail and weak
351 When I was a Mason Author Unknown Link 351 When I was a Mason fresh and green
352 What is your Duty there? Richard Jenkins Link 352 Tell me, “What is your duty there?”
353 A Charge to the New Entered Apprentice Ted Berry Link 353 On being brought to light
354 A Ladies’ Toast W.H.G. Redfern Link 354 When you are getting ready
355 A Passing Thought J.L. Bennett Link 355 Is it by the mass of Jewels
356 Be a Masonic Poet Alan R Heath Link 356 Many a Mason can turn a verse
357 Father’s Lodge Douglas Malloch Link 357 Father’s Lodge, I well remember
358 Learning Ritual Joe Bau Link 358 I’ve got to get there early
359 Masonry in the 90’s John L Williams Link 359 When I was a young man in my late teens
360 On the Square H. Beable Link 360 It matters not what e’re your lot
361 On hearing a woman’s displeasure that her man had become a Mason John Johnson Link 361 My heart is weary of this world with it’s botherations
362 A Thought on Equality Rob Morris Link 362 We meet upon the Level
363 Am I a Builder Author Unknown Link 363 I watched them tearing a building down
364 Brotherhood Edwin Markham Link 364 The crest and crowning of all good
365 Destiny Edward Fenner Link 365 Masons pursue the truth divine
366 For the Closing of a Lodge V.W.Bro. J.M.Kelly P.G.Lect Link 366 With the closing of a Volume
367 How she found out the Password  Author Unknown Link 367 The story is told of a Mason’s wife
368 Let’s go to the Lodge Tonight Author Unknown Link 368 Say, Son, let’s go to Lodge tonight
369 Masonry by the Numbers Alan Heath Link 369 One candidate enters by the door
370 Master Mason – Te Salute Peter Sexton Link 370 Today you took the third regular step
371 Show Me Edgar Guest Link 371 I would rather see a Mason
372 The Ballad of Beaureper Lodge No 787 Bert Marks Link 372 Some talk of Arboretum
373 The Empty Hall Jerry Leighton Link 373 The hush — the still — the empty hall
374 The Masonic Lodge Structure Drew Grant Link 374 WORSHIPFUL MASTER
375 Tribute to a Lodge Room Joe Bau Link 375 I doubt if you would notice it
376 W.Bro. Jim Davidson Installation Peter Sexton Link 376 Chelsea is a thriving lodge
377 The First Line Earl W. Owens Link 377 It’s Lodge Night, and I’m getting ready
378 A Catch Author Unknown Link 378 Hark, the Hiram sounds to close
379 An Old Masonic Toast Author Unknown Link 379 To him that all things understood
380 Little Blue Book Jean Boissiere Link 380 My man’ll never be the same again
381 Naylor Lodge No 6629 W.Bro. G Marriot Edgar Link 381 There’s Caldbec Hill and Henleys Down
382 St Anne’s Lodge No 970 Tommy Gibson Link 382 On either side Looe’s twin towns rest
383 Tools of the Trade R Gould Link 383 The Entered Apprentice
384 Was my Mother a Mason? G.A. Robertson Link 384 As my thoughts just backwards wander
385 Who’s causing this disturbance? Joe Bau Link 385 Who’s causing this disturbance’?
386 A Mason by a Mason Carl W. Mason Link 386 A Masons hand is a hand that helps
387 Duty Edwin Markham Link 387 When Duty comes a-knocking
388 Masonic Industry Ted Berry Link 388 Look at the Beehive and Ark
389 One Pound to a Tenner Peter Marlborough Link 389 It’s ‘Brother this
390 The Chairs Madeleine Parkes Link 390 Dinner tossed to the floor
391 The Deacons to their Chairs Jerry Leighton Link 391 So what’s behind those sombre eye
392 The Sikh with the Sword Joe Bau Link 392 The Sikh with the sword
393 Tribute to a Mason A. Paul Van Oene Link 393 ”Why wear the apron?”
394 What’s in a Name? Peter Sexton Link 394 When I joined the Freemasons
395 A Night, when Brotherhood ‘Came real David G. Terrell Link 395 It was but few short weeks before
396 A Passing Thought on a Friend and a Mason B.Y. Williams Link 396 When trouble comes your soul to try
397 A Passing Thought on the Final Calling James Bennet Link 397 The Great Master’s Gavel
398 A Pattern for Imitation Tommy Gibson Link 398 We pattern our lives on Freemasonry
399 A Rose by any other name Henry Englesman Link 399 Mortal Man is much maligned
400 Are you a Master Mason Author Unknown Link 400 Are you a Master Mason
401 At Wheelers Lodge Author Unknown Link 401 As I at Wheelers Lodge
402 Gendarme’s Duet Peter Marlborough Link 402 We are members of the ‘Fraternity’
403 Hands Across the Sea Lawrence N Greenleaf Link 403 Here’s hands across the sea good sirs
404  Music Carl H. Claudy Link 404 As battle weary men
405 Summer Break Madeleine N Parkes Link 405 The time of year that I detest
406 The True Mason Chas F Forshaw Link 406 Write him as one who loves
407 Till we meet again Joe Bau Link 407 Till we meet again my brother
408 Toast to the Visitors Peter Sexton Link 408 By command of the Worshipful
409 A Creed for the Craft R.I. Clegg Link 409 Thou shalt not make unto thyself
410 Closing Ode Dr Riley Fernando Link 410 Great Architect of earth
411 Hymn for the Centenary of the Victoria Masonic Temple Dr Riley Fernando Link 411 Great Architect Eternal
412 Santa and the Masons J.L. Bau Link 412 Santa loaded up his sleigh
413 To be a Mason’s Lady Author Unknown Link 413 When you’re a Mason’s Lady
414 Masonry’s Seven Ages C.J. Osborne Link 414 Ev’ry Lodge is a Stage
415 A View to Promotion R.C. Rigby-Saunders Link 415 When mucking in as steward
416 A Wife’s Masonic Ode Author Unknown Link 416 Short ones and tall ones
417 Richard Linnecker of Wakefield Author Unknown Link 417 What joy tills our hearts
418 On resignation Brother Roy Link 418 Respect the Brother who resigns
419 Our Tam John Johnson Link 419 My heart is weary of this world
420 Visitors of Mor Hafren we Welcome you Andrew Hopkins Link 420 This being my maiden
421 When there’s a Will Tommy Gibson Link 421 As a founder member
422 A Brother in Freemasonry Brother Tom Lyle Link 422 A brother’s heart beats warm
423 Challenges for the True Mason Author Unknown Link 423 I will do more than belong
424 Les Andrew Hopkins Link 424 Les Richards the Mason
425 Our Magazine John A Cory Link 425 I had a great surprise today
426 Ten Little Masons Author Unknown Link 426 Ten little Masons
427 The Apron Author Unknown Link 427 It is not ornamental
428 The Secret Peter Marlborough Link 428 Ah, the secret
429 The Secretary’s Lot Tony Hignett Link 429 It’s all right for the secretary
430 What Makes a Mason George H. Free Link 430 What makes you a Mason
431 Blue is the colour, Brotherhood the Call Henry Englesman Link 431 Our Heavenly Maker’s palette
432 By Degrees Almoner Link 432 The Twenty four inch gauge
433 Enter the Royal Arch Peter Sexton Link 433 Today you’ve been exalted
434 We Tried! Christopher Watts Link 434 We stand by the old
435 Are You a Mason Brother? Author Unknown Link 435 Perhaps you have been tested
436 In Memoriam Henry Englesman Link 436 There’s a missing face
437 Official Visit D.A. Chambers Link 437 We’re expecting an official visit
438 Speech to the Visitors H. Hambleton Link 438 Gentlemen now
439 The First Banquet Ken Brown Link 439 When Jerusalem’s Great Temple
440 Thoughts of a Mason’s Wife Author Unknown Link 440 How many wives of masons
441 A Master Mason’s Tithes and Duties Author Unknown Link 441 In Mason’s Lodge with darkened eyes
442 Behold the Lamb Herbert G. Taylor Link 442 Who were these ancient masons?
443 Do you Just Belong? Author Unknown Link 443 Are you an active member?
444 The Best Event in a Mason’s Life E.L.Scott Link 444 I heard three knocks on the temple door
445 The Deacons Lament Author Unknown Link 445 Oh! I wish I’d looked after me ritual
446 The Installation W.Bro. Douglas A Chambers Link 446 Down the Lodge
447 The Knife and Fork Degree Author Unknown Link 447 I do not attend the meetings

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IDTitleAuthor or SourceLinkStart of First Line
1The Compass of His AttainmentsW.Bro Bill ShortoRead Poem 1I’ve told you the tale of his lordship
2A MasonSubmitted by W.Bro. Russel WagnerLink 2A Mason is a man and a brother
3The Entered Apprentice SongMatthew Birkhead circa 1722Link 3Come let us prepare
4If You Are A New Installed MasterSubmitted by Ralph AndrewLink 4If you can rule the lodge
5Fifty Year Jewel PresentationW. Bro. Bob McRaeLink 5It is my honor and privilege
6The Final Toast (The Tylers Toast)Peter RichardsLink 6Are your glasses charged
7The Grand OfficerDouglas A ChambersLink 7Now here’s the man we all revere
8Peter MarlboroughLink 8To learn or not to learn
9A Ladies ToastW.H.G. RedfernLink 9When you are getting ready
10The LambskinSubmitted by Alex FergusonLink 10It is not ornamental
11Progress in the CraftUnknownLink 11Tie of black and lodge-suite
12Rainbow GirlsTiffany WagnerLink 12Over the hills and across the sky
13My New Cut AshlarLink 13My new-cut ashlar takes the light
14Mother LodgeRudyard KiplingLink 14There was Rundle, Station Master
15The Beginning (Rosicruscian)Kevin HylandsLink 15Rosicrucion questions
16The Nine O’Clock ToastLink 16If at nine o’clock you listen
17Just a Quiet Little Lodge RoomLink 17Just a quiet little lodge room
18Nimrod and SolomonUnknownLink 18Much might be said of the noble art
19A Toast To The VisitorsDan ZrymiakLink 19A toast to all our differences
20The Nine O’Clock Toast (Version 2)Via Russel WagnerLink 20Brethren, shall we pause a while
21Zeal, A Mason’s HeritageMorton Bennett LuxnerLink 21Zeal, A Mason’s Heritage
22Festive BoardBro. E. L. HannamLink 22Brethren stand to await the call,
23Thoughts After My InstallationJack BradleyLink 23The Lodge is closed the meeting done
24Did I Help or Hurt Today LordSubmitted by Bro. Ray GreavesLink 24Did I help or hurt today lord
25Absent BrethrenAlan BodeLink 25Come all you Masons
26Moral Truth and Virtue (Level 1)Bro. Bill ShortoLink 26I shuffle through the darkness
27If You Will My Brother BeSumitted by Bro. Dr Lal KumarLink 27If you believe in
28Not GuiltyBro. Henry EnglesmanLink 28If you feel disadvantaged
29The TokenBro. Henry EnglesmanLink 29In line Tombs of Ancient Pharaohs
30Darkness Visible (Level 3)Bro. Bill ShortoLink 30In sombre dress I’m lead once more
31The Honours SystemBro. Henry EnglesmanLink 31I’ve been a Mason nigh four decades
32Drinking From My SaucerBro. Richard BoydeLink 32I’ve never made a fortune
33CharityBro. Henry EnglesmanLink 33Noblest in virtue, choicest of gifts
34The Master’s SongBro. Henry EnglesmanLink 34I married my childhood sweetheart
35One Hour With YouBro. Dr. Robert MorrisLink 35One hour with you
36All Masons are BuildersUnknownLink 36Passing through a busy town
37Our District Grand MasterSumitted by Bro. Dr Lal KumarLink 37Rubicund and chubby checks
38Ode to the MasterBro. Derek P. HolmesLink 38There is this tale of a Worshipful Master
39The VisitorsBro. Roger AndrewsLink 39Upon the door there came three knocks
40The Level and the SquareBro. Robert MorrisLink 40We meet upon the level
41The Temple of MankindW.Bro.Henry EngelsmanLink 41A thousand years ere Mary
42“IMPS” AGM is Beckoning MeAlan BodeLink 42“IMPS” AGM is Beckoning Me
43Tempus FugitG.J. BartlettLink 43Just a line to say I’m living
44Farewell to the TylerW.Bro. Bill ShortoLink 44He stood on the shores of his country
45Mr. Mackenzie, Surgeon, MauchlineBro. Robert BurnsLink 45Friday first’s the day appointed
46Masonic and Poetic BrethrenW.Bro. Dr. Riley FernandoLink 46Masonic and poetic Brethren all
47BuildersR.L.SharpLink 47Isn’t it strange that Princes and Kings
48Proud to be FreemasonsBro. John Park-DaviesLink 48Since when the ancient craft we joined
49Fruits of the EarthLink 49Walnuts and Malmesey in August
50Absent Brethren (2)William H. JeffersonLink 50Brethren – now is the time
51Philosophy on the LevelW.Bro. Bill ShortoLink 51You’ve heard of that place in Great
52A Mason Answers BackW.Bro.Gerry MilesLink 52In the name of our ancient order
53A Freemason’s DreamWilliam H. JeffersonLink 53If every man throughout the world
54Sight UnseenW.Bro.Henry EngelsmanLink 54The warm air fills my nostrils
55The Twilight HourCharles BryanLink 55Give me that twilight hour
56The First StepBro.Gerd ShermLink 56In one of these nights
57A Song for All MasonsW.Bro. Dr. Riley FernandoLink 57O Brethren all – dear Brethren all
58The Masonic CompassW.Bro. E.L. HannamLink 58Masonry in poetic form
59The InitiateW.Bro.Gerry MilesLink 59To the Lodge in ancient Tyre
60The Initiate (2)W.Bro. E.L. HannamLink 60I walk alone, the light concealed
61The Brown SuiteW.Bro. Bob HogarthLink 61We’d an installation here one day
62The Master MasonW.Bro.Kevin HylandsLink 62The Master Mason is a man
63The Hidden Mysteries of NatureW.Bro.Bill ShortoLink 63I stumble once again
64The FutureW.Bro. E.J. SeymourLink 64What will we leave, my brethren
65So Mote it BeW.Bro.Bert MarksLink 65My husband’s a Mason
66The Widow’s SonW.Bro. Frank BavinLink 66You’ve heard many stories about
67Prosper the ArtBro.Tommy Gibson, CornwallLink 67Is your vision of Masonry all that it means
68Masonic MedicineBro.Morton BennettLink 68There’s a lot of consolation
69Basic MasonryW.Bro.Gerry MilesLink 69If all the Brits were Masons?
70The HangmanW.Bro.Peter MarlboroughLink 70He stood on the hangman’s scaffold
71I Give ThanksHarry Lee NichollsLink 71Oh I give thanks
72See ClearerBro.John C. Hackett (Hack)Link 72I must go down to the Lodge tonight
73The Final ToastBro.D.L.RichardsonLink 73Are your glasses charged
74Hail Master MasonW.Bro.Bill ShortoLink 74Hail, Master Mason, with your Pencil
75The Three Great LightsFrom the S.A. Masonic JournalLink 75The Three Great Lights will guide our steps
76MysteriesW.Bro.Peter SextonLink 76The mysteries of masonry are
77The New MasterW.Bro.M.M.HyamsLink 77For many years, through sweat and tears
78The Lodge Room Over Simpkin’s StoreBro.Lawrence N. GreenleafLink 78The plainest lodge room in the land
79I’m now a Master MasonW.Bro. Andrew HopkinsLink 79I’d like to say a few words
80The Sister City Livery LodgesChristopher WattsLink 80One of the seven oldest Companies
81The Cable TowW.Bro.Henry EngelsmanLink 81Some may call it selfless service
82The Honoured GuestBro. John Park-DaviesLink 82They bring a gift? within themselves
83Ye sons of old KillieBro. Robert BurnsLink 83Ye sons of old Killie
84Banquet NightBro.Rudyard KiplingLink 84Once in so often King Solomon said
85The Four AngelsBro. Rudyard KiplingLink 85As Adam lay a-dreaming
86Brother TylerW.Bro.Henry EnglesmanLink 86He took me by the hand
87Ascent to the East (Level 4)W.Bro. Bill ShortoLink 87I have an invitation which I
88Brotherly LoveW.Bro. Henry EngelsmanLink 88The skein of steel in a hawser wire
89Upon The OathBro. Tommy GibsonLink 89Freemasons all should try to live
90Masonic ReflectionsBro. John J.C. OddLink 90They sit up high upon the dais
91The Farewell To the BrethrenBro. Robert BurnsLink 91Adieu, a heart warm, fond adieu
92The Master’s ApronBro. Robert BurnsLink 92Ther’s mony a badge that’s unco braw
93Ask, Seek, KnockBro. Rob MorrisLink 93Ask and ye shall receive
94The Eternal LightW.Bro.Henry EngelsmanLink 94Call it the ‘oly Bible?
95The Fellow CraftBro. Rob MorrisLink 95This lodge of five from Tyre came
96The Perfect AshlarsBro. Rob MorrisLink 96The sunbeams from the eastern sky
97A Masonic SongBro. Robert BurnsLink 97It happened on a winter night
98The Model MasonBro. Rob MorrisLink 98There’s a fine old Mason in the land
99The TrowelBro. R.J.McLauchlinLink 99Now each man builds a Temple
100I See You’ve Travelled SomeEdgar A. GuestLink 100Wherever you may chance to be
101Presentation of the Grand Lodge CertificateW.Bro. Dr. Riley FernandoLink 101Dear Brother Master Mason
102A Hymn of Hope For FreemasonryG.J. TeagueLink 102Great Arch-i-tect support us
103I.M.P.S (Sri Lanka Branch)W.Bro. Dr. Riley FernandoLink 103Worshipful Master and Brethren all,
104Masonic Mouse Trilogy (1)Link 104He had lived in the Great Hall
105To an IMPS FriendLink 105Excitement to the Nth degree
106Zabarakim’s ThemeDoug WallLink 106From lands afar ah-ha
107Can I Help?R.P. WarringtonLink 107What do you want of me, my Brother
108I Love my Lodge MeetingsStan PurdyLink 108In my Toronto Jurisdiction
109The Mason’s RockBob McRaeLink 109Hey there Brothers
110Masonic Mouse Trilogy (2)Frank BavinLink 110‘Twas the night before Christmas
111The WordClayton M. RoweLink 111Five or ten thousand words
112Marathon Mum’s Masonic MoneyAuthor UnknownLink 112In nineteen and eighty seven
113Seven and PerfectR.P. WarringtonLink 113I had traversed a dark
114The MasonAuthor UnknownLink 114Trusting he enters
115With Rule and LoveHarry LaytonLink 115With Rule and Love
116Masonic Mouse Trilogy (3)Frank BavinLink 116Word had got back to Grand Lodge
117Thoughts on Joining IMPSBob StewartLink 117In this, the new South Africa,
118The Haggis SagaA.F.PopeLink 118Having sampled this joyous feast
119Two Wrongs Make a PoeticW.Bro. Dr. Riley FernandoLink 119Brother ‘Holly‘, our genial Sec.
120You Are Old, Pastor MastersBro.John C. Hackett (Hack)Link 120You are old, Brother D.C.
121As Points Yon CompassDouglas WallLink 121For I dipp’d into the future
122A Masonic PartingBro. William CarpenterLink 122In friendship we meet
123IMPS Sri LankaW.Bro. Dr. Riley FernandoLink 123Worshipful Master and Brethren all
124Ladies NightCharles BryanLink 124Welcome
125Lodge WidowsMorton Bennett LuxnerLink 125On Monday nights he grabs
126Norfolk Royal Air Force LodgeGerry MilesLink 126We stepped of our left foot on the square
127Order of Americans of Armorial AncestryJohn Hallberg JonesLink 127Here’s a new member named Mike
128The Moth and The TempleJohn J.C. OddLink 128There was a Lodge, a lowly place
129The Warden’s ChairGerry BensonLink 129I Sit Upon the Warden’s Chair
130RootsStan PurdyLink 130The roots of the lily that grows
131Officers of the LodgeDouglas A. ChambersLink 131Worthy Wardens
132Are You a Mason?Author UnknownLink 132Are you a Mason
133FootstepsAuthor UnknownLink 133I remember with what joy
134Meeting PlacesStan PurdyLink 134To Geoffrey Teague
135More Bills From the TreasurerCharles BryanLink 135I’m just an Old Age Pensioner
136There’s Many a SlipW.Bro.Peter MarlboroughLink 136There’s many a slip of the tongue
137The LewisFrank BavinLink 137A fresh faced lad of twenty-three
138To Headingley Lodge in it’s Centenary YearAuthor UnknownLink 138The Irish still were mourning
139To The Charity StewardCharles BryanLink 139Just a thought
140A Trip to the SeasideAuthor UnknownLink 140It’s many years since I was here
141Beside the Copper Beech at Rainbow HillW.Bro.Bill ShortoLink 141In Worcester’s busy modern city street
142Officers of the Lodge (2)Douglas A. ChambersLink 142Our Organist
143Response to ‘the Guests’Bert RogersLink 143I must tell you just what happened
144Sonnet for KevinW.Bro.Bill ShortoLink 144I love to visit Lodges near and far
145Thank YouW.Bro.Kevin HylandsLink 145Thank you all for showing
146The DeaconRay McCombLink 146‘Twas hot in the country Temple
147What of Your Masonry?E.L. HannamLink 147What of your Masonry?
148ChristmasR.A.BLink 148All (Brethren) from the North
149First DegreeR.A.BLink 149Apprentices who’ve seen the light
150GeneralR.A.BLink 150Brethren, North West South and East
151InstallationR.A.BLink 151May He from Whom all mercies flow
152A Master MasonL.R. CollierLink 152Last night I knelt where Hiram knelt
153New Sarum DreamsAuthor UnknownLink 153He has an apron which he‘s proud
154Officers of the Lodge (3)Douglas A. ChambersLink 154As Treasurer, we have John Bates
155Our Worshipful MasterBro.John C. Hackett (Hack)Link 155Command with courtesy is Sid’s pedigree
156Second DegreeR.A.BLink 156Let Craftsman newly passed tonight
157Solomon’s GiftFrank BavinLink 157Henry came down the steps
158The Ballad of E.F.H’s Banner FeastBro.John C. Hackett (Hack)Link 158Honoured Master, Honoured Brethren
159The Ladies’ Night (2)R.A.B.Link 159Ladies, fellows, Brethren all
160The Touch of the Master’s HandMyra B. WelchLink 160’Twas battered and scarred
161Third DegreeD. WillcoxLink 161Let him who has this night been raised
162Bert MarksLink 162I’m really not a poet
163As We Climbed Rainbow HillW.Bro.Bob PrattLink 163As we climbed Rainbow Hill one night
164MasonrySubmitted by David MostynLink 164You may wear an emblem on your coat
165Officers of the Lodge (4)Doulgas A. ChambersLink 165Our hard-working Almoner
166ParanoiaLink 166A Committee ‘Parliamentary’
167Send in the (Clowns-er-) PoundsLink 167The bigger we get
168The Once and Future KnightW.Bro.Bill ShortoLink 168Winchester has a fine old church
169Toast to the VisitorsWilliam H. JeffersonLink 169Brethren all, – so happy have we met
170Tribute to George WashingtonRobert Morris, LL.D.Link 170Oh! Brothers of the Mystic Tie
171A Ladies ToastW.H.G. RedfernLink 171Words of Wisdom to the Brethren
172Double 50 Year jewel PresentationPeter HornLink 172Brethren, this evening we gather round
173ApologiesTommy GibsonLink 173First I must apologise
174Officers of the Lodge (5)Douglas A. ChambersLink 174Our Senior Deacon, Dave McNee
175The Emblems of MortalityW.Bro.Bill ShortoLink 175Behold this ruin, ‘Twas a skull
176The Passing of the MasterW.Bro. BarrowsLink 176Through three degrees with trials passed
177Brother RudyardGerry MilesLink 177A Mason went in ‘thirty-six to grand Lodge
178Lodge of InstructionAuthor UnknownLink 178Oh, I wish I’d looked after me ritual
179Never Too LateA.D.PLink 179I’ve lived sixty years.
180PonderingsNeil GrantLink 180A Brotherhood of high ideals
181The Dying RequestSteven J. TurnerLink 181The veteran sinks to rest
182Officers of the Lodge (6)Douglas A. ChambersLink 182The Inner Guard
183The Lodge of HarmonyCharles BryanLink 183This is the Lodge of Harmony
184ElegyBro. Hans-Jurgen DiedrichLink 184Silent now, his heart
185In the Shade of the Old Apple TreeBob PrattLink 185In the shade of the old S. & C
186The Compass and the SquareBill NesbittLink 186As we gather here together
187The Installed MasterW.Bro.Bill ShortoLink 187When a Master’s been installed
188Officers of the Lodge (7)Douglas A. ChambersLink 188The Tyler
189Inward ThoughtsBro.John C. Hackett (Hack)Link 189When our Visitors we praise
190A Mason and a ManRussell WagnerLink 190My Brother, Masonry means much more
191A Visit from IMPSKen BrownLink 191The Sacred Volume does unveil
192BrieflyChristopher WattsLink 192Such a brief time we have spent together
193Carmarthen CollegeW.Bro.Bill ShortoLink 193Brethren from the Land of Song
194IMP’ish Weekend in OzRae BennettLink 194To Bill, World President of IMPS
195Officers of the Lodge (8)Douglas A. ChambersLink 185Our Founders, without whom we wouldn’t be here
196Sonnet for OzW.Bro.Bill ShortoLink 196I write to greet Masonic friends
197Regency Lodge No.6349W.Bro.Bill ShortoLink 197Named for the prince who ruled too soon
198The Sister City Livery LodgesChristopher WattsLink 198In days of yore, the Saxon arrived
199Assembly of the Scottish KirkNathanial BlackerbyLink 199Not so the Assembly of the Scottish Kirk
200Forget-Me-NotW.Bro.Bill ShortoLink 200In England now as bodeful shadows loom
201A Haven of RestChas. F. ForshawLink 201The train is gone, and I am left behind
202Do it on the SquareW.Bro.Kevin HylandsLink 202This openness
203The Sister City Livery Lodges (2)Christopher WattsLink 203Thus from the earliest medieval times
204The Burned SnailPeter ScraggLink 204We who are dwellers out of reach
205The BrotherhoodTommy GibsonLink 205What is this art in Freemasonry?
206The PreceptorsLink 206When the Ceremony’s over
207A Mason’s MetamorphosisG.S. AngellLink 207To cast a spell with a kiss
208A SonnetChas. F. ForshawLink 208To the Brethren of a Lodge
209A Temple of TruthW.Bro. E.J. SeymourLink 209What am I now, the Initiate asked
210Family and ChildrenW.Bro. Peter .A. SextonLink 210The Lewis’ Tale
211Ode to Lodge Island Bay’s Christmas CakeP.D. FordyceLink 211Ooooooo ….. Beautiful fruit Christmas Cake
212Rhapsody on WoodBill JeffersonLink 212I know I haven’t been a Master Mason very long
213The Lewis’ DilemmaJohn J.C. OddLink 213Said the Lewis to his father
214The Sister City Livery Lodges (3)Christopher WattsLink 214Not all members were craftsmen
215The Small Blue ButtonAuthor UnknownLink 215Fasten on the small blue button
216Ban it – Brother!W.Bro.Peter MarlboroughLink 216There are two subjects
217Fred and His CollarW.Bro.Peter MarlboroughLink 217Now the Argus Lodge of Instruction
218Lodge BluesJanet LynchLink 218Lodge night is here
219My BrotherJack ParvinLink 219Welcome, Brother, we meet again
220On the Death of a Much Respected BrotherMaxwell BruceLink 220No more we’ll hear your reassuring voice
221The Knife and Fork MasonJohn J.C. OddLink 221They call him “Knife and Fork Mason”
222The Masonic MouseTommy GibsonLink 222Have you heard of me
223The Sister City Livery Lodges (4)Christopher WattsLink 223This, the Premier Grand Lodge of England
224The Tesellated PavingTommy GibsonLink 224The tessellated pavings
225To the InitiateW.Bro. Peter .A. SextonLink 225The ceremony’s over
226Was Hitler Black-BalledKeith R. FalconerLink 226George Washington was a Freemason
227It’s Good to TalkG.S. AngellLink 227When I’m a little sad
228Jocasta, The Flamenco DancerBert MarksLink 228The nightclub Spanish dancer
229Ladies NightJack Thomas SydenstrickerLink 229Tonight, tonight is ladies’ night
230Masonic History in VerseJohn J.C. OddLink 230It was A.D. Six Twenty
231MemoriesJack ParvinLink 231As we grow old, things we forget
232Poem for Andrew – A New Year TributeTom M. PrattLink 232I am much in appreciation
233Royal Sussex Lodge No. 53Author UnknownLink 233Royal Sussex is a beautiful Lodge
234The InitiateGerry MilesLink 234To the Lodge in ancient Tyre
235The Master’s ChairW.Bro. Peter .A. SextonLink 235There is no greater honour
236The Earliest of Sister Livery LodgesAuthor UnknownLink 236Pellipar Lodge holds itself
237The Tyler SaidW.Bro. Peter MarlboroughLink 237A very old Tyler I met years ago
238A Toast to the LadiesLink 238Our thanks go out to the Ladies
239Failing MemoryMaxwell BruceLink 239Each day, each hour, that little book
240On his Overdue SubscriptionKeith RobinsonLink 240When I consider how you should not need
241That NightEarl A. BennettLink 241One night I went a-wandering
242Masonic BondTommy GibsonLink 242Freemasonry is that special bond
243The PastW.Bro. E.J. SeymourLink 243When you sit in your Temple on meeting
244The PresentW.Bro. E.J. SeymourLink 244It’s now the summer recess
245The Sister City Livery Lodges (Part 5)Christopher WattsLink 245The Court of Alderman appointed
246To the IMPS at its Annual General MeetingW.Bro. Dr. Riley FernandoLink 246To the IMPS at its Annual General Meeting
247A MusingStan PurdeyLink 247The COMPASS holds some thoughtful
248The Gesellenreise (Fellowcraft’s Journey)Translation by R. BrowningLink 248You who near this new degree
249I’ve wandered through the ProvincesW.Bro.Bill ShortoLink 249I’ve wandered through the Provinces
250Mashonaland, South AfricaBob StewartLink 250Mashonaland, South Africa
251My Third DegreeD.WillcoxLink 251And now remember in my youth
252Tempus FraternusTom RaulersonLink 252Time belongs to every man
253The LadiesW.Bro. E.J. SeymourLink 253Oh ladies fair beyond compare
254The Visitor’s ToastFraser DuncanLink 254Worshipful Master,
255To the IMPS – A Poetic ToastW.Bro. Dr. Riley FernandoLink 255Dear Masonic Poets
256A Bundle of FunPeter ScraggLink 256Worshipful Brother Frederick Bunn
257A ReflectionPeter ScraggLink 257Consider now a festive board
258Deck of CardsAuthor UnknownLink 258When I see the Ace
259IMPS Great!Stan PurdyLink 259This message you’ll condone
260InitiationAuthor UnknownLink 260I heard three knocks on the Temple door
261Mason and ManRobert Myles BrownLink 261Shake hands with me, my Brother
262Masonic RitualPeter MarlboroughLink 262Now some Brethren are not good at their ritual
263Sam the VillainBob HogarthLink 263I’ll tell you an old-fashioned story
264The IMPLew CromarLink 264The Imps have been launched
265The Last JourneyFrank BavinLink 265The Gondola drifted through the skies
266The Frank Bavin OriginalFrank BavinLink 266The universal secret of the Brotherhood
267A Mason’s HandCarl W. MasonLink 267A Mason’s hand is a hand that helps
268Answers Depend on QuestionsBob McRaeLink 268Twas in the blistery month of June
269From Operative to SpeculativeE.J. SeymourLink 269An Entered Apprentice am I
270He is the Very Model of…Bert MarksLink 270He is the very model of
271No Churchman am IRobert BurnsLink 271No churchman am I for to rail and to write
272Our Dad’s a MasonKevin HylandsLink 272Our Dad’s a Mason don’t you know
273Officer’s of the Lodge (9)Douglas A. ChambersLink 273Our Esteemed Secretary
274The Masonic PilgrimNeil GrantLink 274Some wisdom seek perusing pages
275The Sadness of AmanonCharles BryanLink 275There comes a time in all our lives
276The Song of the Inner GuardBro.W. Albert GouldLink 276If you wish to take part
277The White Leather ApronFranklyn W. LeeLink 277Here’s a toast to the Lambskin
278Lost LegionBro. Rt. Rev. Ernest TembyLink 278There’s a special breed of bastards
279An Ode to our Masonic HusbandsGerry BartlettLink 279When a man joins a Lodge
280Cosmos, Chaos and Masonic OrderTerence PagetLink 280Foot slipshod, breast laid bare
281Family and Children (2)Judith HamiltonLink 281Following in his father’s footsteps
282Ladies’ Night (2)Jean BoissiereLink 282In one long year as you all know
283Masonic History in Verse (2)John J.C. OddLink 283The poem you recently published
284Power to SaveBill ShortoLink 284Don’t speak so lightly now of Brotherly Love
285Song of St. JohnRobert MorrisLink 285How blest is the home
286The Christmas CardKen BrownLink 286‘Twas the night before Christmas
287The Senior Warden’s RondeauTony PaulLink 287It’s a challenge! That’s what it is
288The Sister City Livery Lodges (6)Christopher WattsLink 288The third of the circle of Sister City
289The Treasurer’s DelightW.HallLink 289I couldn’t do our Tyler’s job
290Absent Brethren (3)Christopher WattsLink 290This is the joy of distant friends
291Celtic ExcursionBill ShortoLink 291I sat at ease one summer’s night
292Celtic Excursion (2)Tommy GibsonLink 292Bill Shorto went a-visiting
293Cornwallis CourtLink 293A Haven for our Brethren
294If…Ken BrownLink 294If you should find yourself
295Let Battle CommenceMike RichardsLink 295‘Twas Lodge night at Ilkley
296The Peppermint MenAuthor UnknownLink 296I’m going to be a Mason
297I’ll be the Master of my LodgeGerry BartlettLink 297I’ll be the Master of my Lodge
298The Sister City Livery Lodges (7)Christopher WattsLink 298In 1915, on 23rd September
299To any Secretary of any LodgeAuthor UnknownLink 299And so while the great ones depart
300To the CraftMaxwell BruceLink 300Long years ago you took my hand
301A Eulogy to AlanBert MarksLink 301Just spare a thought for Alan
302It’s them there Mason’s againJames L.K. BennettLink 302They debate in committee
303Masonic LoreKeith R. FalconerLink 303Masonic mysteries
304On Hearing that Peter was a MasonAnne KayLink 304Well – I’ve heard all the usual
305Our LodgeG. Eric WardLink 305When you’ve joined the Craft
306The Master’s SonnetTony PaulLink 306Remember the thirteenth of November
307Toast to the Holder’s of the Grand Chapter RankS. LeffLink 307Companions, pray listen, give ear to this song
308Visit to Clive Lodge No.6973Link 308I am here tonight as a grateful guest
309And why not Women Masons?Madeleine N. ParkesLink 309And Why Not Women Masons?
310Charity Steward ReportBro. David CraneLink 310My report tonight is proffered in rhyme
311Farewell to BillW.Bro. Peter SextonLink 311Bill Shorto, man of letters
312Solomon’s Chair RevisitedW.Bro. Peter SextonLink 312I said never again when I finished
313The New MasterW.Bro. M.M. HyamsLink 313For many years
314The Sister City Livery Lodges (8)Christopher WattsLink 314One of the seven oldest Companies
315Women in the CraftKevin HylandsLink 315There is a question I must ask
316A Christmas CarolKen BrownLink 316Perched up high
317A Toast to the CutlersW.Bro. Peter SextonLink 317For eight hundred year in London
318Just BelongAuthor UnknownLink 318Are you an active member?
319King Solomon had his troubles too!Author UnknownLink 319We take you back in history
320Ode to a MasonWife of W.Bro. Gordon JonesLink 320Short ones and tall ones
321Oh Really!Madeleine N. ParkesLink 321We have rules that are unwritten
322The Junior Warden BluesHarry HambletonLink 322I practise my lines hard and long
323The Mason that almost wasTroy BagleyLink 323A petition our lodge received
324The Past MasterAnon.Link 324Who’s the stranger
325The Hidden Mysteries of Nature and Science (Level 2)Bill ShortoLink 325I stumble once again as I resume
326We Build the Road of MasonryDouglas MallockLink 326We build the road of Masonry
327We’re Mor Hafren Lodge VisitorsJ. PengellyLink 327Waiting for you invite by pigeon
328A Visitor’s PoemJoe L. BauLink 328We’re very pleased to see you
329Apologies for AbsencePeter MarlboroughLink 329Worshipful Master — I bring apologies
330Editorial MusingsBert MarksLink 330All those who think
331Solomon’s ShirleyPeter SextonLink 331There’s a set of curly apples
332The Brotherhood of FreemasonryWilbur D. NesbitLink 332There is a saying filled with cheer
333The Stand-in DeaconAuthor UnknownLink 333Beware of this tale
334The Tradition of my LodgePeter MarlboroughLink 334Us Masons — we talk of our mysteries
335SpeechesHarry HambletonLink 335There is nothing in life that ever
336They all came Just for meRichard L. JenkinsLink 336Something big is going on here
337Three Brother MasonsJack ParvinLink 337Three brother masons in ancient times
338UntitledKen BrownLink 338When you’re seated at the table
339A Toast to Grand OfficersPeter SextonLink 339I call upon the Wardens
340Brother John and Brother FredPeter MarlboroughLink 340Brother John met Brother Fred
341Deck of Cards (2)Ken BrownLink 341If you take a pack of pasteboards
342Freemasonry is here to StayThomas GibsonLink 342Freemasonry is here to stay
343I’m ready for my last DegreeAuthor UnknownLink 343An old man lay sick in the Masonic home
344Masonic Auld Lang SyneRob MorrisLink 344We do not sigh for pleasures past
345Perseveranca III LodgeJack T. SydenstrickerLink 345In July eighteen sixty nine
346Septimus SeptimisiumRon SmileyLink 346As Septimus Septimisium stepped
347Stand up and be CountedLink 347I want to be a Freemason
348The Lodge DoCJack ParvinLink 348It’s the military training
349Meaning of the word ‘Brother’Bro. W.C. ArmstrongLink 349Have you ever given much thought
350The Worshipful Master’s ToastAuthor UnknownLink 350I heard your voice was frail and weak
351When I was a MasonAuthor UnknownLink 351When I was a Mason fresh and green
352What is your Duty there?Richard JenkinsLink 352Tell me, “What is your duty there?”
353A Charge to the New Entered ApprenticeTed BerryLink 353On being brought to light
354A Ladies’ ToastW.H.G. RedfernLink 354When you are getting ready
355A Passing ThoughtJ.L. BennettLink 355Is it by the mass of Jewels
356Be a Masonic PoetAlan R HeathLink 356Many a Mason can turn a verse
357Father’s LodgeDouglas MallochLink 357Father’s Lodge, I well remember
358Learning RitualJoe BauLink 358I’ve got to get there early
359Masonry in the 90’sJohn L WilliamsLink 359When I was a young man in my late teens
360On the SquareH. BeableLink 360It matters not what e’re your lot
361On hearing a woman’s displeasure that her man had become a MasonJohn JohnsonLink 361My heart is weary of this world with it’s botherations
362A Thought on EqualityRob MorrisLink 362We meet upon the Level
363Am I a BuilderAuthor UnknownLink 363I watched them tearing a building down
364BrotherhoodEdwin MarkhamLink 364The crest and crowning of all good
365DestinyEdward FennerLink 365Masons pursue the truth divine
366For the Closing of a LodgeV.W.Bro. J.M.Kelly P.G.LectLink 366With the closing of a Volume
367How she found out the PasswordLink 367The story is told of a Mason’s wife
368Let’s go to the Lodge TonightAuthor UnknownLink 368Say, Son, let’s go to Lodge tonight
369Masonry by the NumbersAlan HeathLink 369One candidate enters by the door
370Master Mason – Te SalutePeter SextonLink 370Today you took the third regular step
371Show MeEdgar GuestLink 371I would rather see a Mason
372The Ballad of Beaureper Lodge No 787Bert MarksLink 372Some talk of Arboretum
373The Empty HallJerry LeightonLink 373The hush — the still — the empty hall
374The Masonic Lodge StructureDrew GrantLink 374WORSHIPFUL MASTER
375Tribute to a Lodge RoomJoe BauLink 375I doubt if you would notice it
376W.Bro. Jim Davidson InstallationPeter SextonLink 376Chelsea is a thriving lodge
377The First LineEarl W. OwensLink 377It’s Lodge Night, and I’m getting ready
378A CatchAuthor UnknownLink 378Hark, the Hiram sounds to close
379An Old Masonic ToastAuthor UnknownLink 379To him that all things understood
380Little Blue BookJean BoissiereLink 380My man’ll never be the same again
381Naylor Lodge No 6629W.Bro. G Marriot EdgarLink 381There’s Caldbec Hill and Henleys Down
382St Anne’s Lodge No 970Tommy GibsonLink 382On either side Looe’s twin towns rest
383Tools of the TradeR GouldLink 383The Entered Apprentice
384Was my Mother a Mason?G.A. RobertsonLink 384As my thoughts just backwards wander
385Who’s causing this disturbance?Joe BauLink 385Who’s causing this disturbance’?
386A Mason by a MasonCarl W. MasonLink 386A Masons hand is a hand that helps
387DutyEdwin MarkhamLink 387When Duty comes a-knocking
388Masonic IndustryTed BerryLink 388Look at the Beehive and Ark
389One Pound to a TennerPeter MarlboroughLink 389It’s ‘Brother this
390The ChairsMadeleine ParkesLink 390Dinner tossed to the floor
391The Deacons to their ChairsJerry LeightonLink 391So what’s behind those sombre eye
392The Sikh with the SwordJoe BauLink 392The Sikh with the sword
393Tribute to a MasonA. Paul Van OeneLink 393”Why wear the apron?”
394What’s in a Name?Peter SextonLink 394When I joined the Freemasons
395A Night, when Brotherhood ‘Came realDavid G. TerrellLink 395It was but few short weeks before
396A Passing Thought on a Friend and a MasonB.Y. WilliamsLink 396When trouble comes your soul to try
397A Passing Thought on the Final CallingJames BennetLink 397The Great Master’s Gavel
398A Pattern for ImitationTommy GibsonLink 398We pattern our lives on Freemasonry
399A Rose by any other nameHenry EnglesmanLink 399Mortal Man is much maligned
400Are you a Master MasonAuthor UnknownLink 400Are you a Master Mason
401At Wheelers LodgeAuthor UnknownLink 401As I at Wheelers Lodge
402Gendarme’s DuetPeter MarlboroughLink 402We are members of the ‘Fraternity’
403Hands Across the SeaLawrence N GreenleafLink 403Here’s hands across the sea good sirs
404Carl H. ClaudyLink 404As battle weary men
405Summer BreakMadeleine N ParkesLink 405The time of year that I detest
406The True MasonChas F ForshawLink 406Write him as one who loves
407Till we meet againJoe BauLink 407Till we meet again my brother
408Toast to the VisitorsPeter SextonLink 408By command of the Worshipful
409A Creed for the CraftR.I. CleggLink 409Thou shalt not make unto thyself
410Closing OdeDr Riley FernandoLink 410Great Architect of earth
411Hymn for the Centenary of the Victoria Masonic TempleDr Riley FernandoLink 411Great Architect Eternal
412Santa and the MasonsJ.L. BauLink 412Santa loaded up his sleigh
413To be a Mason’s LadyAuthor UnknownLink 413When you’re a Mason’s Lady
414Masonry’s Seven AgesC.J. OsborneLink 414Ev’ry Lodge is a Stage
415A View to PromotionR.C. Rigby-SaundersLink 415When mucking in as steward
416A Wife’s Masonic OdeAuthor UnknownLink 416Short ones and tall ones
417Richard Linnecker of WakefieldAuthor UnknownLink 417What joy tills our hearts
418On resignationBrother RoyLink 418Respect the Brother who resigns
419Our TamJohn JohnsonLink 419My heart is weary of this world
420Visitors of Mor Hafren we Welcome youAndrew HopkinsLink 420This being my maiden
421When there’s a WillTommy GibsonLink 421As a founder member
422A Brother in FreemasonryBrother Tom LyleLink 422A brother’s heart beats warm
423Challenges for the True MasonAuthor UnknownLink 423I will do more than belong
424LesAndrew HopkinsLink 424Les Richards the Mason
425Our MagazineJohn A CoryLink 425I had a great surprise today
426Ten Little MasonsAuthor UnknownLink 426Ten little Masons
427The ApronAuthor UnknownLink 427It is not ornamental
428The SecretPeter MarlboroughLink 428Ah, the secret
429The Secretary’s LotTony HignettLink 429It’s all right for the secretary
430What Makes a MasonGeorge H. FreeLink 430What makes you a Mason
431Blue is the colour, Brotherhood the CallHenry EnglesmanLink 431Our Heavenly Maker’s palette
432By DegreesAlmonerLink 432The Twenty four inch gauge
433Enter the Royal ArchPeter SextonLink 433Today you’ve been exalted
434We Tried!Christopher WattsLink 434We stand by the old
435Are You a Mason Brother?Author UnknownLink 435Perhaps you have been tested
436In MemoriamHenry EnglesmanLink 436There’s a missing face
437Official VisitD.A. ChambersLink 437We’re expecting an official visit
438Speech to the VisitorsH. HambletonLink 438Gentlemen now
439The First BanquetKen BrownLink 439When Jerusalem’s Great Temple
440Thoughts of a Mason’s WifeAuthor UnknownLink 440How many wives of masons
441A Master Mason’s Tithes and DutiesAuthor UnknownLink 441In Mason’s Lodge with darkened eyes
442Behold the LambHerbert G. TaylorLink 442Who were these ancient masons?
443Do you Just Belong?Author UnknownLink 443Are you an active member?
444The Best Event in a Mason’s LifeE.L.ScottLink 444I heard three knocks on the temple door
445The Deacons LamentAuthor UnknownLink 445Oh! I wish I’d looked after me ritual
446The InstallationW.Bro. Douglas A ChambersLink 446Down the Lodge
447The Knife and Fork DegreeAuthor UnknownLink 447I do not attend the meetings

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