A Song to Amoret

Publication Date: July 7, 2011

Chapter: English Literature in the Early Seventeenth Century

Here we have a not-particularly-original concept done relatively well: "You may find a guy that's rich and handsome and is probably the king of something, but he'll never love you as much as me!" It's hardly treading new poetic ground, but at least it sounds pretty.

Still, you know what would've made it ten times better? If he asked Amoret to sit down and eat his meat.

Yeah, I'm never letting that go.

Author: Henry Vaughan • Year: 1646 • Info: All Poetry

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