Defense Of Wooing Language Poem by Leorne Adile

Defense Of Wooing Language



Inside the minds of these beauteous ones
You, I fear, might spark off rebellions
Against we, the gentles who yet woo
As nothing we speak will be held true.

Ladies, therefore, pay no mind
To all utterances of this very kind.
Your beauty, whether known or unknown
Is in vain if it passes without mention.

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reply to a poem forbidding the use of the traditional courting language
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