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Orlando Furioso Canto 1

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Angelica, whom pressing danger frights,
Flies in disorder through the greenwood shade.
Rinaldo's horse escapes: he, following, fights
Ferrau, the Spaniard, in a forest glade.
A second oath the haughty paynim plights,
And keeps it better than the first he made.
King Sacripant regains his long-lost treasure;

But good Rinaldo mars his promised pleasure.
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Muzahidul Reza 21 September 2018

A heroic start with the 1st stanza of the Epic Orlando Furioso in Canto verse, great done, indeed

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Great Reader 21 September 2018

This short but great comment has helped me to understand the poem

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Kumarmani Mahakul 21 September 2019

This is really a great poem composed by Orlando Furioso Canto.

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Dr Antony Theodore 21 September 2019

To her the Saracen, with anger hot: " Is knightly worship sunk so low in me, That thou should'st hold my valour cheap, and not Sufficient to make yonder champion flee? indeed a great poem from a great poet. tony

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Dr Antony Theodore 21 September 2019

Good seed of Hercules, give ear and deign, Thou that this age's grace and splendour art, Hippolitus, to smile upon his pain Who tenders what he has with humble heart... really a great poem. tony

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Edward Kofi Louis 21 September 2018

Love and Ladies! ! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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