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The Universal Shyp

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Come to, Companyons: ren: tyme it is to rowe:
Our Carake fletis: the se is large and wyde
And depe Inough: a pleasaunt wynde doth blowe.
Prolonge no tyme, our Carake doth you byde,
Our felawes tary for you on every syde.
Hast hyther, I say, ye folys naturall,
Howe oft shall I you unto my Navy call?

Ye have one confort, ye shall nat be alone:
Your company almoste is infynyte;
For nowe alyve ar men but fewe or none
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Sylvia Frances Chan 19 April 2021
2) Archaic words have not lost its beauty and they are still very poetic. Most deserving as The Classic Poem Of The Day! Congratulations! I have enjoyed reading this piece. The previous one is also very enjoyable to read. Thank you so much for sharing
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Sylvia Frances Chan 19 April 2021
1) Sebastian Brant was an Alsatian humanist and satirist. He is best known for his satire Das Narrenschiff (The Ship of Fools) .And this poem is also titled with the word SHIP in old english, how interesting is this language!
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