In this type of poem, the poet looks back at some bygone time, place, or persons.
It's very old, and no doubt there have been many treasures hidden in bygone times.
Here, on exceptionally hot days, in bygone times, perhaps once a year or so, they had drunk tea.
Filer had found his interest in the novels of that bygone time.
And like blades of grass are the distant bygone times.
The streets, the parks and the playing fields speak to visitors, telling stories of bygone times.
These are club rules left over from a bygone time.
They were far apart as if the Ephogers required little light in those bygone times.
It was comparable to the first solo-flight of bygone times.
In bygone times, healing effects were always ascribed to the well's water.