Alfred Noyes was a prolific English playwright, poet, and short-story writer. He is recognized for his ballads, ‘The Barrel-Organ’ and ‘The Highwayman.’ Hostile critics portrayed him as a jingoist and militarist, however, he was more of a pacifist who loathed war and lectured against it. ‘The Victory Ball’ was his most sought-after anti-war poem. Some of his other noteworthy works include, ‘The Loom of the Years,’ ‘Tales of the Mermaids,’ ‘Shadows on the Down,’ ‘A Letter to Lucian,’ ‘Rada,’ ‘Walking Shadow,’ ‘The Devil Takes a Holiday,’ and ‘The Last Man,’ besides several others. We bring to you a corpus of inspiring sayings and quotes by Alfred Noyes which have been gathered from his poetry, thoughts, writings, letters, novels, books, essays, dramas, works, and life. Take a look at the enlightening thoughts and quotes by Alfred Noyes that are sure to encourage you.