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Against The Dispraisers Of Poetry

Rating: 2.8
Chaucer is dead; and Gower lies in grave;
The Earl of Surrey long ago is gone;
Sir Philip Sidney's soul the heavens have;
George Gascoigne him before was tombed in stone.
Yet, though their bodies lie full low in ground,
As every thing must die that erst was born,
Their living fame no fortune can confound,
Nor ever shall their labors be forlorn.
And you, that discommend sweet poetry,
(So that the subject of the same be good)
Here may you see your fond simplicity,
Sith kings have favored it, of royal blood.
The King of Scots (now living) is a poet,
As his Lepanto and his Furies show it.
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COMMENTS
Valentin Savin 28 June 2015
Well done, I liked it and that's why couldn't but commend this sweet poetry.
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Edward Kofi Louis 28 June 2015
Gower lies in the grave; with the muse of death. Nice work.
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Joseph Poewhit 28 June 2015
death fame and life such is life
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