John Kenyon

(1784-1856 / Jamaica)

John Kenyon Poems

1. Past And Future 10/12/2010
2. To Mary Anning 10/12/2010
3. The Neglected Wife 10/12/2010
4. Casa Mia 10/12/2010
5. Astronomy 10/12/2010
6. Rhymed Plea For Tolerance - Dialogue I 10/12/2010
7. Lines For A Scrap-Book 10/12/2010
8. Hint To The Poets 10/12/2010
9. In A Portrait Gallery 10/12/2010
10. Inscription For A Vase 10/12/2010
11. Inscription For An Eagle’s Foot 10/12/2010
12. L’Envoi To A Poem On Tolerance 10/12/2010
13. La Piquante 10/12/2010
14. To My Friend ,Joseph Ritchie, 10/12/2010
15. To S. C. 10/12/2010
16. To The Lamented Memory Of F. H. C. 10/12/2010
17. Translation 10/12/2010
18. Truth 10/12/2010
19. Upper Austria 10/12/2010
20. Winds Of Doctrine 10/12/2010

A Fragment

TO---


Dear H---, it was you who laid it down
That up to Christmas we've no fogs in town;
And then you asked me, as I well remember,
What can the country offer in November?
To which I answer prospects, ne'er more fair,
Stream, wood and valley, seen through smokeless air;

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