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In an effort to appear more productive, I realised that I have poetry sitting in my writing folder that people need to read. And, when I say  503 more words


POETRY: Two Sonnets On The Book of Revelation, by Edmund Spenser

Revelation 13:1-3


I saw an ugly beast come from the sea,
That seven heads, ten crowns, ten horns did bear,
Having thereon the vile blaspheming name. 208 more words


Christopher Marlowe, Continued: the Fourth and Final Part of Reason 95 to Believe the Earl of Oxford was "Shakespeare"

After England destroyed the Spanish armada in the summer of 1588, Edward de Vere the seventeenth Earl of Oxford played a prominent role in the celebratory procession to St. 1,714 more words


"Form and Creativity"

“Form” –A Spenserian Stanza by Paul Burgess
One afternoon a man began to write
Some formal verse to see if form’s constraints
Would force his waking brain to bring to light… 196 more words

Immortal Verse