Lady Caroline Lamb

Do you like this poet?
2 person liked.
0 person did not like.

Lady Caroline Lamb poems, quotations and biography on Lady Caroline Lamb poet page. Read all poems of Lady Caroline Lamb and infos about Lady Caroline Lamb.

The Lady Caroline Lamb (13 November 1785 – 26 January 1828) was a British aristocrat and novelist, best known for her 1812 affair with Lord Byron. Her husband was the 2nd Viscount Melbourne, the Prime Minister, however, she was never the Viscountess Melbourne because she died before he succeeded to the peerage; hence, she is known to history as Lady Caroline Lamb.

She was the only ... more »

Add this poet to your My Favorite Poets.


Comments about Lady Caroline Lamb

There is no comment submitted by members..
Best Poem of Lady Caroline Lamb

A New Canto

I'm sick of fame-I'm gorged with it-so full
I almost could regret the happier hour
When northern oracles proclaimed me dull,
Grieving my Lord should so mistake his power-
E'en they, who now my consequence would lull,
And vaunt they hail'd and nurs'd the opening flower.
Vile cheats! He knew not, impudent Reviewer,
Clear spring of Helicon from common sewer.


'Tis said, they killed the gentle soul'd Montgomery-
I'll swear, they did not shed for him a tear!
He had not spirit to revenge their mummery,
Nor lordly purse to print and persevere:
I measured ...

Read the full of A New Canto