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rgtrendsetter: “But what is coffee, but a noxious berry, Born to keep used-up Londoners awake.” – Charles Stuart Calverley BOSS GINO MEETS RALPHGAIL

denstar: A Poem by Charles Stuart Calverley: Forever; ’tis a single word! Our rude forefathers deem’d it two: Can you imagine so absurd A view? Forever! What abysms of woe The word reveals, what frenzy, what Despair! For ever (printed so) Did not.

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quotebread: "The farmer’s daughter hath soft brown hair (Butter and eggs and a pound of cheese) And I met with a ballad, I can’t say where, That wholly consisted of lines like these." - Charles Stuart Calverley

Brookston: Happy Birthday English poet and wit Charles Stuart Calverley (December 22, 1831–February 17, 1884)

AscensionArcana: Forever; ’t is a single word! Our rude forefathers deemed it two: Can you imagine so absurd A view? — Charles Stuart Calverley

TheTShepherd: Today's Author Birthdays: Jean Racine(1639; d.1699) Charles Stuart Calverley (1831; d.1884) Kenneth Rexroth (1905)

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to English poet and humorist Charles Stuart Calverley (December 22, 1831), author of "Verses and Translations" (1862) et al.

MichaelDavis_6: Such power hath Beer. The heart which grief hath canker’d Hath one unfailing remedy—the Tankard. — Charles Stuart Calverley

somequotesbot: "Forever; ’t is a single word! Our rude forefathers deemed it two:Can you imagine so absurd A view?" - Charles Stuart Calverley

Sosepho: Oh to be in Uptown's Costa Coffee reading Charles Stuart Calverley's poetry

djasson: 3 of 5 stars to Translations Into English and Latin by Charles Stuart Calverley

djasson: On page 129 of 276 of Translations Into English and Latin, by Charles Stuart Calverley

djasson: On page 30 of 276 of Translations Into English and Latin, by Charles Stuart Calverley

Brookston: Happy Birthday English poet and wit Charles Stuart Calverley (December 22, 1831–February 17, 1884)

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to English poet and humorist Charles Stuart Calverley (December 22, 1831), author of "Verses and Translations" (1862) et al.

flusteredduck: Peace. A Study by Charles Stuart Calverley

Brookston: Happy Birthday English poet and wit Charles Stuart Calverley (December 22, 1831-17 February 17, 1884)

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to English poet and humorist Charles Stuart Calverley (December 22, 1831), author of "Verses and Translations" (1862) et al.



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