Owen Feltham Poems

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Owen Feltham
Owen Feltham (1602 – February 23, 1668) was an English writer, author of a book entitled Resolves, Divine, Moral, and Political (circa 1620), containing 146 short essays. It had great popularity in its day. Though sometimes stiff and affected in style, it contains many sound, if not original or brilliant, reflections, and occasional felicities of expression. Feltham was for a time in the household of the Earl of Thomond as chaplain or sec., and published (1652), Brief Character of the Low Countries. [edit] Sources BookRags This article incorporates public domain text from: Cousin, John William (1910). A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature. London, J.M. Dent & sons; New York, E.P. Dutton.

when, dearest, i but think on thee
When, dearest, I but think on thee,
Methinks all things that lovely be
Are present, and my... [read poem]
the farmer's ingle
Et multo in primis hilarans conviuia Baccho
Ante focum, si frigus erit, (si messis, in umb... [read poem]
the daft-days
Now mirk December's dowie face
Glours our the rigs wi' sour grimace,
While, thro' his mini... [read poem]
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