Thomas Nashe (1567-1601 / England)
Poems of Thomas Nashe
|1.||A Litany in Time of Plague||1/20/2003|
|2.||ADIEU, FAREWELL EARTH'S BLISS||12/31/2002|
|4.||Fair Summer Droops||1/3/2003|
|5.||In Time of Pestilence||1/4/2003|
|6.||Poem 1 From Pierce Penilesse||4/13/2010|
|7.||Poem 2 From Pierce Penilesse||4/13/2010|
|9.||Spring, The Sweet Spring||4/13/2010|
|10.||Spring, the Sweet Spring||1/3/2003|
|11.||Summer's Last Will and Testament (excerpt)||12/31/2002|
|12.||To The Right Honorable The Lord S.||4/13/2010|
Autumn hath all the summer's fruitful treasure;
Gone is our sport, fled is poor Croydon's pleasure.
Short days, sharp days, long nights come on apace,
Ah, who shall hide us from the winter's face?
Cold doth increase, the sickness will not cease,
And here we lie, God knows, with little ease.
From winter, plague, and pestilence, good Lord deliver us!
London doth mourn, Lambeth is quite forlorn;