Sir Thomas Wyatt

(1503-1542 / Kent / England)

Sir Thomas Wyatt Poems

41. I Find No Peace 5/17/2001
42. My Lute Awake 5/17/2001
43. Farewell Love And All Thy Laws Forever 5/17/2001
44. Is It Possible 5/17/2001

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  • Syam Prasad Reddy Thirumalareddy Syam Prasad Reddy Thirumalareddy (9/9/2016 4:27:00 AM)

    Sir how did thomas wyatt took latin verse in his poems. From Shyam REDDY http: //readwritelistenspeak.com

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  • Somnath Chakraborty Somnath Chakraborty (5/19/2016 5:08:00 AM)

    sometimes the man is the creator of god's goodness and this man - he was one of them who carried in the writing style of sonnet into the English literary world. Hats off to this man.

  • Lindsey Wolf (11/28/2011 7:15:00 PM)

    Often overshadowed by the larger then life light of William Shakespeare, Wyatt truly lives up to his nickname as the father of the English sonnet!

  • Ipaye Israel Ipaye Israel (11/22/2008 8:30:00 AM)

    what a great poet with creative poems. Alas bad time flies but good times crawls

Best Poem of Sir Thomas Wyatt

Is It Possible

Is it possible
That so high debate,
So sharp, so sore, and of such rate,
Should end so soon and was begun so late?
Is it possible?

Is it possible
So cruel intent,
So hasty heat and so soon spent,
From love to hate, and thence for to relent?
Is it possible?

Is it possible
That any may find
Within one heart so diverse mind,
To change or turn as weather and wind?
Is it possible?

Is it possible
To spy it in an eye
That turns as oft as chance on die,
The truth whereof can any try?
Is it possible?

It is possible
For to ...

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I Find No Peace

I find no peace, and all my war is done.
I fear and hope. I burn and freeze like ice.
I fly above the wind, yet can I not arise;
And nought I have, and all the world I season.
That loseth nor locketh holdeth me in prison
And holdeth me not--yet can I scape no wise--
Nor letteth me live nor die at my device,
And yet of death it giveth me occasion.
Without eyen I see, and without tongue I plain.

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