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The Three Gentle Shepherds poem – Alexander Pope poems | Poetry Monster

A poem by Alexander Pope (1688-1744)

Of gentle Philips will I ever sing,

With gentle Philips shall the valleys ring.

My numbers too for ever will I vary,

With gentle Budgell and with gentle Carey.

Or if in ranging of the names I judge ill,

With gentle Carey and with gentle Budgell:

Oh! may all gentle bards together place ye,

Men of good hearts, and men of delicacy.

May satire ne’er befool ye, or beknave ye,

And from all wits that have a knack, God save ye.


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