Who is Philip Freneau

Philip Morin FreneauBorn(1752-01-02)January 2, 1752
New York CityDiedDecember 18, 1832(1832-12-18) (aged 80)
Matawan, New JerseyOccupationPoet, writer, polemicistLanguageEnglishNationalityAmerican
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Nature 8 Great 5 Stranger 5 Freedom 4 Space 4 Tear 4 Play 4 Thought 4 Death 4 Evening 4

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  • Poetsorg: without your showers, i breed no flowers, each field a barren waste appears; if you don't weep, my blossoms sleep, they take such pleasures in your tears. —philip freneau
  • Njcssnetwork: decision activity: philip freneau – matawan, nj, monmouth county, 1778
  • Katrinamartling: by feeble hands the shallow graves were made, no stone memorial o'er the corpses laid; in barren sands, and far from home, they lie, no friend to shed a tear, when passing by; - the british prison ship philip freneau 1780
  • Salinabbaker: the battle of eutaw springs by don troiani. colonel william washington is unhorsed. american revolution poet philip freneau wrote at eutaw springs the valiant died; their limbs with dirt are covered o’er— weep on, ye springs, your tearful tide; how many heroes are no more!
  • Jimloftus4: fair flower, that dost so comely grow, hid in this silent, dull retreat, philip freneau
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