Thursday, January 1, 2004

Against The Dispraisers Of Poetry Comments

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.


Richard Barnfield
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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