Samuel Johnson

(1709 - 1784 / Lichfield / England)

To Lady Firebrace - Poem by Samuel Johnson

At length must Suffolk beauties shine in vain,
So long renown'd in B-n's deathless strain?
Thy charms at least, fair Firebrace, might inspire
Some zealous bard to wake the sleeping lyre:
For such thy beauteous mind and lovely face,
Thou seem'st at once, bright nymph, a
Muse and Grace
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 7, 2010



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