3 edition of Wit in a wildernesse of promiscuous poesie found in the catalog.
Wit in a wildernesse of promiscuous poesie
|Statement||by the author Tho. Jordan|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 671:14|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
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Wit in a wildernesse of promiscuous poesie by the author Tho. Jordan. ‘Wit in a Wildernesse of Promiscuous Poetrie,’ n. d., 8vo (described both by Corser and by Nichols who says it has ‘much humourous merit,’ and containing an ‘Acrostical Elegy to my Cousin, Mr.
Francis Jordan of Eynsham, near Oxford’). Define poesies. poesies synonyms, poesies pronunciation, poesies translation, English dictionary definition of poesies.
poesies 1. [Middle English poesie, from Old French, from Latin poēsis, from Greek refashioned a phrase from Mallarme in one of the funniest--and indeed most profound--remarks I have come across in a book by.
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‘Wit in a Wildernesse of Promiscuous Poetrie,’ n. d., 8vo (described both by Corser and by Nichols who says it has ‘much humourous merit,’ and containing an ‘Acrostical Elegy to my Cousin, Mr.
Francis Jordan of Eynsham, near Oxford’). Promiscuity Poem by Robert Melliard. Autoplay next video. While we have lunch, and prompted by cheap wine, a friend recounts his love-life.
He claims he still remembers every girl he had: their eyes, their hair, their figures and their names. He asks me if monogamy is worth it,5/5. Elegy could also be understood as a particular metre, the elegiac distich. A brief discussion of the perceived faults of this metre in the early modern period will pave the way for a return to the subject of prosody in Chapter 6.
As a genre, elegy is identified by its content: praise and : Andrea Brady. Volume III. Will Davies writes poetry and makes zines about strange creatures and bad wizards.
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Blythe Hutchcroft is a writer, photographer, and graduate.The Progress Of Wit DIVERTING in extreme there is a play, Which oft resumes its fascinating sway; Delights the sex, or ugly, fair, or sour; By night or day: 'tis sweet at any hour.
The frolick, ev'ry where is known to fame; Conjecture if you can, and tells its name.Promiscuous poem by Sade Craine. Lust coursing through Her veins control over her desires.