Sunday, May 01, 2005

Sharon closes out

Sharon closes out with a winner



I really love the poems I posted, as well as the ones that Ancarett and Sharon offered in response But I humbly bow to Sharon in the end, because she's given me
another to hold in my all-too-limited poetry treasury. Damn, but it's good. To fair Sharon go the laurels.

3 comments:

Ancarett said...

That's a great one. I was hoping to end with the verse attributed to Elizabeth I during her imprisonment in Woodstock. While it lacks depth and development, it certainly has flavour:

"Much suspected of me:
Nothing proved can be.
Quoth Elizabeth, prisoner"

Another Damned Medievalist said...

I like it! Gets right to the enigma. Intellectually stimulating, as opposed to the type of stimulation evident in my choices ... ;-)

Sharon said...

Yay me! I am the greatest! Ever!

Seriously, I've always liked that little Elizabeth verse too. It still seems sort of apt, considering all the speculation and myths...