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Rachael Ng Jul 22
He laid aside, and, here with us to be Forsook the courts of everlasting day, And chose with us a darksome house of mortal clay.
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Novelicious Mar 21
“The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a heaven of hell, a of
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RafRob-רפרוב Jan 13
"A good book is the precious life-blood of a master spirit, embalmed and treasured up on purpose to a life beyond life"
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Dr. Paul Dec 9
Birthday today of English poet, pamphleteer, & historian , born on Bread Street in London (1608-1674). When he was blind, impoverished, & living in seclusion in the countryside, Milton wrote (1667), considered the finest epic poem in the English language.
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Dr. Paul Dec 9
Birthday today of poet , born in London (1608). Coined >600 words, including the adjectives dreary, flowery, jubilant, satanic, saintly, terrific, ethereal, sublime, impassive, unprincipled, dismissive, & feverish; as well as the nouns fragrance, adventurer, & anarchy.
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Lily May 1
"The flowery May who, from her green lap throws The yellow cowslip and the pale primrose, Hail bounteous May, that doth inspire Mirth and youth and warm desire. Thus we salute thee with our early song and welcome thee, and wish thee long."
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Elizabeth Nicolson Jan 30
Harry, the newest addition to the 23rd century, hears the dead poet John Milton. Is she crazy or special? Only $0.99 or with Kindle Unlimited
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Bidwell Hollow Dec 9
John Milton is arguably one of the most-known English poets. His most-read piece is probably the epic poem, "Paradise Lost." Milton was born in 1608.
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George Griffith Jul 1
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Joshua McEvilla Mar 17
Reformatting Paradise Lost as prose to save paper cost is a beautifully shameless idea. An excellent, "dunciadic" example from Thomas Ward
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Moe Jul 19
Long is the way and hard, that out of Hell leads up to light. , Paradise Lost
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Ɍøssᵾꝁłv 🇮🇹🇬🇧 Jan 9
“The stars, that nature hung in heaven, and filled their lamps with everlasting oil, give due light to the misled and lonely traveler".
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Ami J. Sanghvi is having a #gothgirlsummer. Feb 24
"For neither man nor angel can discern hypocrisy, the only evil that walks invisible, except to God alone." -- John Milton 👺👹👺
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Maria Tattoo⛧ Jun 3
"Better to reign in Hell, than serve in Heaven." Here is the finished John Milton matte all framed up with my Paradise Lost autographed print! 😈🍎💀
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Denise Carruthers Jan 19
and thou, O light do chance upon my mind. Dost need discourse such as blooms in Eden. Would that I this night to read of yon book. I'd tell thee, as angels surely must; that, ragged wings from sin to dust. Just as Milton said, only longer.
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Green Breeze Imports Dec 9
12/9/1608 "Give me the liberty to know, to utter, and to argue freely according to conscience, above all liberties." Just as true today, 410 years later.
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Alexandra Epps May 29
Good luck befriend thee, Son; for at thy birth The fairy ladies danced upon the hearth..
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Jennifer 🌹💫🇮🇹 May 15
She gave him of that fair enticing fruit with liberal hand. He scrupled not to eat, against his better knowledge; not deceived, but fondly overcome with female charm. Artwork by Gustave Doré
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Raw Vision Magazine Jun 13
Daniel Martin Diaz's interpretation of Milton's "is based on the anxieties and beliefs of our modern world. The uncertainty of technology, morality and social norms."
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Elton Uliana Jul 21
Paraíso Perdido, John Milton (1667), traduzido por Elton Uliana ( tradução em progresso, 2019) —-——————————
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