Secrets with girls, like loaded guns with boys, Are never valued till they make a noise.
He nursed the feelings these dull scenes produce, And loved to stop beside the opening sluice; Where the small stream, confined in narrow bound, Ran with a dull, unvaried, sad’ning sound; Where all presented to the eye or ear, Oppressed the soul! with misery, grief, and fear.
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There anchoring, Peter chose from man to hide, There hang his head, and view the lazy tide In its hot slimy channel slowly glide; Where the small eels that left the deeper way For the warm shore, within the shallows play; Where gaping mussels, left upon the mud, Slope their slow passage to the fallen flood.
|Birth:||24th December, 1754|
|Death:||3rd February, 1832|
George Crabbe was born in Aldeburgh, Suffolk, England. He was an English poet, surgeon, and clergyman. In the 1770s, he began his career as a doctor's apprentice, later becoming a surgeon. He served as a clergyman in various capacities for the rest of his life, with Burke's continued help in securing these positions. Crabbe's works include The Village, Poems, The Borough, The Library: A Poem, and Tales of the Hall.
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