The complete poems

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Penguin, 1976 - Poetry - 718 pages
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Review: The Complete Poems (The Laurel Poetry Series)

User Review  - Jamie Banks - Goodreads

I enjoyed Jonson so much more than I thought I would! He tells poems of manners, but is quite acerbic about it actually, and the classical throwbacks are fun. Never expected to enjoy him as a poet more than as a dramatist! Read full review

Review: The Complete Poems (The Laurel Poetry Series)

User Review  - Richard Epstein - Goodreads

The odd thing is, that many readers would call these poems versified prose or doggerel or some other time-bound term of derogation. The poems don't mind. They are infinitely patient. Or just indifferent. Read full review

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Contents

The Poems
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To All Ingenious Lovers of Poesy
31
To Amoret Gone From Him
37
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