Pierre de Ronsard

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Pierre de Ronsard Poems

To His Young Mistress

Fair flower of fifteen springs, that still
Art scarcely blossomed from the bud,
Yet hast such store of evil will,

To The Moon

Hide this one night thy crescent, kindly Moon;
So shall Endymion faithful prove, and rest
Loving and unawakened on thy breast;

Sonnets For Hélène . . Extract

If to love, Madam, is to dream and long
and brood by day and night on means of pleasing you,


I send you here a wreath of blossoms blown,
And woven flowers at sunset gathered,
Another dawn had seen them ruined, and shed

The Rose

See, Mignonne, hath not the Rose,

That this morning did unclose

Pierre de Ronsard Comments

samantha 23 October 2018

what is his most popular poem?

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Pierre de Ronsard Biography

Pierre de Ronsard (11 September 1524 – December 1585) was a French poet and "prince of poets" (as his own generation in France called him).

His popularity in his own time was overwhelming and immediate, and his prosperity was unbroken. He published his Hymns, dedicated to Margaret de Valois, in 1555; the conclusion of the Amours, addressed to an ...

Pierre de Ronsard Popularity