40 days of poetry, Day 14: the poem today is Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s Ulysses. It’s about the challenge of aging and the desire to go out with adventurousness rather than waiting for a creeping death. The final exhortation is one of the most famous orations of all time.
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Great post 😁
Thank you so much!