Melancholy

Living desires
Shouldering to stand
Glimpses searching
Dying grows
Striding to strive
What is to come
SHRIEKS!
Deep
Dumbing
We.

by August Stramm

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this poem was written by John Milton in 1630
Quite, thy erst'while poet... Tho'he ne're kno'it. Lo' he went well blind, in'visioned, speak... Lest ye words, unheaded leak? In trouble'd with thy steadied law... In health, hath plum'ted to a most slow paced, crawl. Great poem, God bless us all-MJG.