Masonic Poetry

This is a small collection of Masonic Poetry submitted by brothers with an adept hand at crafting such prose. This is, however, only the start to a wider collection of works. For additional poetry, I recommend Masonic Poetry, the International Masonic Poetry Society, or the Masonic Poets Society.

Submit Poetry

Freemason Information Welcomes and encourages Brothers to submit poetry for publication. To submit, send an email to the editor, with the item to be included.

Bro. Tony Hamilton
The Apprentice Poem
A Freemasons Poem

Bro. Martin Stead
As the Sun Rises
The Sun at its Meridian
As the Sun Sets

Bro. John Edmund Barss
A MASON’S GREETING

W.Bro. Uwe Riches
Brothers Unite
Jacobs Ladder
I The Ashler
The Bridge of Light
The Festive Board
Us and Them
Welcome to the Machine
Why

Bro. Rudyard Kipling
The Mother Lodge
The Palace

Robert Burns
Masonic Song
Masters Apron

Bro. Jay Cole Simser
A Masons Working Tools

Bro. Neil Neddermeyer
the Old Masters Wages

Bro. Richard L. Jenkins
They All Came Just For Me

Bro. Bob Webber
Brothers We Remember

Anonymous Poems
What Come You Here to Do?
AN ANCIENT MASONIC SONG From The Freemason, London 1756
FREEMASON’S MARCH
Apprentice Degree
Fellowcraft Degree
Master Degree

Bro. Thomas Devore
CALL ME BROTHER

Bro. Roll. Morris
MIND OF GOD

Bro. J.K. Mitchell
MASONIC ODE

Bro. Rob Morris
THE MASON’S PLEDGE
THE MODEL MASON

Bro. Charles P. Forshaw, M.D.
THE GODDESS OF MASONRY
The Builders

Bro. N.A. Mcaulay
THE FIVE POINTS SYMBOLISM

Bro. Cummings
Let There Be Light

Bro. Wilbur D. Nesbit
I SAT IN LODGE WITH YOU

Bro. David Barker
TRY THE SQUARE

Bro. F.G. Oliver
IS IT MASONRY?

Bro. Rev. Charles Mackey
TUBAL CAIN

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