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Eclogue

Rating: 2.7


ALLOPHANES.
UNSEASONABLE man, statue of ice,
What could to countries solitude entice
Thee, in this year's cold and decrepit time ?
Nature's instinct draws to the warmer clime
Even smaller birds, who by that courage dare
In numerous fleets sail through their sea, the air.
What delicacy can in fields appear,
Whilst Flora herself doth a frieze jerkin wear ?
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Sheikh mafijul islam 11 December 2017
I am very glad to read Eclogue by John Donne
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Kayode Are 27 April 2017
Celebrating the reality that heaven is everywhere. Despite the lament, faith serves civil cause. Complex but stimulating.
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Edward Kofi Louis 27 April 2017
We here enshrine! ! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
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Bernard F. Asuncion 27 April 2017
Warmer clime.... thanks for posting....
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