Robert William Service Comments (29)

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Also, I believe it may be a typo in the second stanza, third line, of Robert William Service's poem Resignation, to begin that line alone with a lowercase o - especially as the second line ends with a period. It should read: Or, as I wear my collars high, how laundry men would gloat!
The first line of Robert William Service's poem Resignation, should read: I'd hate to be a centipede (of legs I've only two) , The poem is written in Iambic heptameter (7 beats=14 syllables, or beats) . Not only does it start the poem out incorrectly with poor context, without the a, the meter and rhythm is thrown off, as well.
I have sat around the dinner table in our log cabin up in northern Maine and recited Services poems to my sons, grandsons and friends. Wonderful memories!
I have memorized and delivered many of the Robert Service poetry at clubs and private parties.
Nice poem
I read the 'shooting of Dan' and learnt it by heart. It was an experience, I used to say it to my son' and he enjoyed it. I ought to point out at that time I'd never written any poetry. Next I read 'The Highwayman' and wrote a tribute poem called 'After The Highwayman. I might now consider writing something in the Robert Service vein. Who knows? '
Anybody who criticizes Robert W. Service is not only an -hole who knows nothing about poetry, but is severely lacking in intelligence.