Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, OBSERVATIONS IN THE ART OF ENGLISH POESY: 20. ELEGIAC VRSE: THE THIRD EPIGRAM, by THOMAS CAMPION



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OBSERVATIONS IN THE ART OF ENGLISH POESY: 20. ELEGIAC VRSE: THE THIRD EPIGRAM, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Drue feasts no puritans; the churls, he saith
Last Line: Thank no men, but eat, praise god, and depart.
Subject(s): Puritans


Drue feasts no Puritans; the churls, he saith,
Thank no men, but eat, praise God, and depart.




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