Upon Jack and Jill. Epig.
Publication Date: July 25, 2011
Chapter: English Literature in the Early Seventeenth Century
Finally, the sequel to "Jack and Jill" that everyone demanded, because even in 1648, people were leeching off the public domain for fun and profit. As it turns out, Jack grew up to be dreamer with his head in the clouds while Jill grew up to be practical and kind of a bitch. Then again, one can't really blame Jill - I have respect for any woman willing to put up with a starving artist for the sake of love. That said, dude, Jack, you've gotta keep your lady fed if you wanna keep getting fed yourself, y'know?
Also, Jill wants to fart. Heh.
Author: Robert Herrick • Year: 1648 • Info: Poetry Cat
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