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In Athens once there was a boy
Who taunted and hurt and wasn’t coy.
He drank and danced all day
Skipped class and felt so gay.
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Thankfully today was not as cold as yesterday, but today had snow. Oh sure weatherperson just a “light” dusting. That must mean clean off car four times today, drive on slush-shit roads, and dodge those people who don’t know how to drive on snow, which may also include me. 485 more words
Geoffrey Chaucer (1343-1400) – “the father of English poetry”, was one of the first who began writing not in Latin but in the vernacular. Little is known about his education, but it may be inferred from his works that he could read in Latin, French and Italian. 2,286 more words