Masonic Poems

Symbolic Freemason

Masonic poems and Masonic poetry, written by Masonic poets describe and tell the story of what Freemasonry means to the brethren within the Masonic fraternity...


A Free Mason

A Free Mason Forged out of the Materials of His Lodge, 1754

Behold a Master-Mason rare;
Whose mystic Portrait does declare;
The Secrets of Free Masonry.
Fair for all to read and see;
But few there are to whom they're known;
Tho' they so plainly here are shown.

There at least 8 Masonic symbols in the image, above.  How many can you find?

Answer is below.



Master's Jewel
The 24 inch Guage
Setting Maul
Mosaic Pavement
Boaz and Jachin



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