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Poem by Robert Craggs, Earl Nugent


Epigram 12. WE thought you without titles great


WE thought you without titles great,
And wealthy with a small estate;
While by your humble self alone,
You seem unrated and unknown.
But now on fortune's swelling tide
High-borne, in all the pomp of pride;
Of grandeur vain and fond of pelf,
'Tis plain, my lord, you knew yourself.



Robert Craggs, Earl Nugent


Robert Craggs, Earl Nugent's other poems:
  1. Epigram 2. SInce first you knew my am'rous smart
  2. Epigram 1. I Lov'd thee beautiful and kind
  3. Epigram 5. THO' cheerful, discreet, and with freedom well bred
  4. Epigram 10. WHILE Lucy, chaste as mountain snows
  5. Epigram 3. MY heart still hovering round about you


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