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Question: What is the name of this sonnet!?
Over the church's door they moved a stone
And there, unguessed, forgotten, mortared up,
Lay the priest's cell where he had lived alone;
There was his ashy hearth, his drinking cup;
There was the window whence he saw the host,
The god whose beauty quickened bread and wine
The skeleton of a religion lost,
The ghostless bones of what had been divine!.
O many a time the dusty masons come,
Knocking their trowels in the stony brain,
To cells where perished priests had once a home,
Or where devout brows pressed the window pane,
Watching the thing made God, the god whose bones
Bind underground our soul's foundation stones!.Www@QuestionHome@Com

Best Answer - Chosen by Asker:
It's by John Masefield and it is part of a huge poetic sequence with no known title!.Www@QuestionHome@Com

I couldn't locate an exact name for this poem, but it is one of many written by a John Masefield!. The only places i found it referenced were in collections of hi poetry where all the poems were numbered instead of named,Www@QuestionHome@Com


Look it up on googleWww@QuestionHome@Com

i dont think it has a name, but it was written in 1915!?