Alas My Brother – Poem submitted by Bro. Ken Baril

“ALAS MY BROTHER” Last evening, about six-thirty, For a departed Brother of a Masonic Lodge

A Masonic poem

A Masonic Poem from Brother Creg Bell, Senior Warden   By Bro. ROB. MORRIS

Old red Fez

My old red Fez has faded a bit, But that hasn’t dimmed my love for it; for into that bit of old head gear are woven the friendships of many a year. It knows the touch of a friendly hand, and symbolizes….you’ll understand…. All things I found both good and fine in my happy days […]

The Ring

Those men who help my dad each day, They wear those Mason rings. A Square and Compass set in gold, The praise of which I sing.


We meet upon the Level and we part upon the Square. What words of precious meaning, those words Masonic are! Come, let us contemplate them! They are worthy of a thought; In the very walls of Masonry the sentiment is wrought. We meet upon the Level, though from every station come, The rich man from […]

‘Twas the Night before Christmas in Lodge

‘Twas the Night before Christmas, and down at the lodge not a gavel was stirring, and in the hodge-podge. Of aprons and jewels and chairs East and West You could savour the silence, most gladly divest All metal and mineral, it mattered not, Since Christmas was nigh and the coals were still hot.

I See You’ve Traveled Some

Wherever you may chance to be; Wherever you may roam, Far away in foreign lands, Or just home, Sweet Home, It always gives you pleasure, It makes your heartstrings hum Just to hear the words of cheer; “I see you’ve traveled some.”

Ten Master Masons

Author: Author unknown Ten Master Masons, happy, doing fine; One listened to a rumor, then there were nine.