Villanelle for Anne Boleyn

| February 25, 2011

Villanelle for Anne Boleyn

Anne Boleyn Files visitor, Jennifer Morrison, has written a beautiful poem about Anne Boleyn which she wanted to share with everyone here:- Villanelle for Anne Boleyn Circa regna tonat—her echo, Faint beneath the sound of sword to bone: Defiled is my name full sore Through cruel spite and false report; Twice postponed, not yet past […]

Anne Boleyn Prisoner and Poet

| March 18, 2010

Anne Boleyn Prisoner and Poet

Just a quick post as I’ve just found this video which talks about where Anne Boleyn was held prisoner – the Queen’s Lodgings of the Royal Palace (no longer in existence) not the Queen’s House – and whether she wrote “O Death Rock Me Asleep”:- Here is the poem which Anne Boleyn was said to […]

A Poem for Anne Boleyn – Little Nan

| July 14, 2009

A Poem for Anne Boleyn – Little Nan

As owner of The Anne Boleyn Files I often find myself in the unique position of receiving emails, poems, photos, videos, articles and books about Anne Boleyn from fans all around the world. I love it and I think it’s wonderful that Anne Boleyn’s story has inspired so many people. I’m sure that she would […]