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James I

Rating: 2.9
1603-25


The child of Mary Queen of Scots,
A shifty mother's shiftless son,
Bred up among intrigues and plots,
Learned in all things, wise in none.
Ungainly, babbling, wasteful, weak,
Shrewd, clever, cowardly, pedantic,
The sight of steel would blanch his cheek,
The smell of baccy drive him frantic.
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Subhas Chandra Chakra 03 October 2017
The sight of steel would blanch his cheek, The smell of baccy drive him frantic. He was the author of his line- Nice poem.
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