Poem of the day
On A Fork Of Byron's
by James Brunton Stephens
Like any other fork.'No mark you meet with
To point some psychological conceit with.
An ordinary fork. A fork to eat with.
No individuality of fashion:
No stamp of frenzy fine, or poet-passion;
An article in no respect Parnassian.
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: nice work brother..more grease to your elbow
: my life in a nutshell
: I would like an English translations of this poem.
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: Amazing one
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