Problematic Poetry about Precious Puritans

  “Forgive these wild & wandering criesConfusions of a wasted youthForgive me where I fail in truthAnd in Thy Wisdom make me wise” The great Alfred ‘Lord’ Tennyson had the good sense to preface his triumphant work   In Memoriam with a humble caution. Tennyson must’ve known that words, especially when written about the weakness of man, will just rub some people the wrong way. And often, the more poignant the words, the crazier the reactions tend to be.For example, Propaganda’s ‘Prec … [Read more...]


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