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dmit131: Poem of the Day 24 September 2021 - I Abide and Abide and Better Abide BY SIR THOMAS WYATT I abide and abide and better abide, And after the old proverb, the happy day; And ever my lady to me doth say, “Let me alone and I will provide.” I...

StardustDex: A slight homage to Sir Thomas Wyatt, who taught me that it is possible for words to have melody.

RenaissanceVers: A riddle from Sir Thomas Wyatt

laurelworlds: 11th April 1554; beheading of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger on Tower Hill.

RiviasHunter: The Heart and Service By Sir Thomas Wyatt The heart and service to you proffer'd With right good will full honestly, Refuse it not, since it is offer'd, But take it to you gentlely. And though it be a small present, Yet good, consider graciously >

RiviasHunter: Lucks, My Fair Falcon By Sir Thomas Wyatt Lucks, my fair falcon, and your fellows all,    How well pleasant it were your liberty! Ye not forsake me that fair might ye befall. But they that sometime liked my company: Like lice away from dead bodies they crawl. >

Mihrimah_FS: “These bloody days have broken my heart. My lust, my youth did them depart, And blind desire of estate.” - Sir Thomas Wyatt

RiviasHunter: I Abide and Abide and Better Abide By Sir Thomas Wyatt I abide and abide and better abide, And after the old proverb, the happy day; And ever my lady to me doth say, "Let me alone and I will provide." I abide and abide and tarry the tide, >

azforeman: My reading of Sir Thomas Wyatt's poem reacting to the execution of Anne Boleyn is now publicly available.

bjirish: I just had such a wonderful first "real" class of the semester, reading Sir Thomas Wyatt with some really engaged students. I'm very lucky! ♥️

RiviasHunter: Avising the Bright Beams By Sir Thomas Wyatt Avising the bright beams of these fair eyes Where he is that mine oft moisteth and washeth, The wearied mind straight from the heart departeth For to rest in his worldly paradise And find the sweet bitter under this guise.>

DionyFairburn: Your favorite line from a poem within the Renaissance era? I'll go first! "Noli me tangere, for Caesar's I am" — Sir Thomas Wyatt

RiviasHunter: And Wilt thou Leave me Thus? By Sir Thomas Wyatt And wilt thou leave me thus? Say nay, say nay, for shame, To save thee from the blame Of all my grief and grame; And wilt thou leave me thus? Say nay, say nay! And wilt thou leave me thus, That hath loved thee so long >

embreinwald: I always forget that Sir Thomas Wyatt is my favorite poet until I read him again, and find my throat thickening, my chest growing heavy, my eyes pricking with tears held back, and I remember

azforeman: My reading of Sir Thomas Wyatt's "My Lute Awake" in early 16th century English pronunciation is now available publicly.

azforeman: Now available publicly: my reading of Sir Thomas Wyatt's "My Galley Chargèd With Forgetfulnesse" in a phonological impersonation of a cultivated early 16th century London accent.

KimMacthomas: It’s been conjectured by Historians of Tudor age that Sir Thomas Wyatt could of been Anne Boleyn’s lover? They based it on his poetry and imprisonment in tower for Adultery with Anne Boleyn Never Proven

laurelworlds: 11th April 1554; beheading of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger on Tower Hill.

cawley_emmett: Perhaps, amidst all my travels, it's fitting that a song about a Robin endured through time. Shakespeare put it in one of his plays! / / Ivy L. Mumford. (1956). Musical Settings to the Poems of Sir Thomas Wyatt. Music & Letters, 37(4), 315-322 / /

NeedMoreBooksB: Yet again, I, Sir Thomas Wyatt, have been released from my dark purgatory. Relieved, but quite confused.

laurelworlds: 11th April 1554; beheading of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger on Tower Hill.

nai84003316: Peace is Always Stronger than Fear

Page_Upon_Page: The poetical works of Sir Thomas Wyatt (Published: 1831) Full text:

laurelworlds: 11th April 1554; beheading of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger on Tower Hill.

SpencerKlavan: I have to say that Sir Thomas Wyatt’s “Whoso List to Hunt”, absolutely slaps

pIusheureuse: "And blind desire of ambitious souls who hastes to climb seeks to revert and about the throne, the thunder rolls." -These Bloody Days have Broken my Heart by Sir Thomas Wyatt

CollettWriter: One of the most extraordinary poems in the English language. Sir Thomas Wyatt, imprisoned but spared the beheading of his friends & his beloved Anne Boleyn, talks of the 'thunder' associated with being visible anywhere near the throne - 'Circa Regna tonat'

missleetulloch: To take bread at my hand; and now they range, Busily seeking with a continual change. Sir Thomas Wyatt. 2/2

SeaWallFilm: "They flee from me" by Sir Thomas Wyatt (read by Andrew Scott)

laurelworlds: 11th April 1554; beheading of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger on Tower Hill.

StridesDaniel: I find no peace, and all my war is done. I fear and hope. I burn and freeze like ice. I fly above the wind, yet can I not arise; And nought I have, and all the world I season. Excerpt from Sir Thomas Wyatt

GylesB1: Day 115 & I’m throwing in a bonus - a second poem about love written almost 500 years before the one by Ketty Nivyabandi. In this poem Sir Thomas Wyatt is telling his would-be mistress to stop teasing him. He’s been abiding patiently for too long: is she going to say yes or no?

Bob_Stinson1234: Me, my dad. Grandad, great grandad fought for freedom, democracy prosperity Sir Thomas Wyatt, 1,500 ad wyatt rebellion Harriet Beecher stowe, wrote uncle Tom's cabin, 1860 Dad Korea, 1952 Friends in ROTC, 1990, Iraq Now we fight our own government media complex Wars of ideas

luread93: "These bloody days..." by Sir Thomas Wyatt

laurelworlds: 11th April 1554; beheading of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger on Tower Hill.

jacquelinelemb7: ‘They flee from me that sometime did me seek’ - Sir Thomas Wyatt , born at Allington Castle 1503. A politician, ambassador, and lyric poet credited with introducing the sonnet to English literature. I wonder what his quill would have revealed today?

Bob_Stinson1234: I inherited a temper from Sir Thomas wyatt, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Norwegian Vikings kvitisneid, Irish Drunk poets, musicians. My Blood pressure goes up and easy at any sign of danger or threat.

laurelworlds: 11th April 1554; beheading of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger on Tower Hill.

EllinAnderson: “Whosoever wishes to hunt….” Sir Thomas Wyatt laments his love for Anne Boleyn, who fell prey to King Henry VIII on this day in 1536.

SchwarzmitMilch: (...) Who list her hunt, I put him out of doubt, As well as I may spend his time in vain. And graven with diamonds in letters plain There is written, her fair neck round about: Noli me tangere, for Caesar’s I am, And wild for to hold, though I seem tame. (Sir Thomas Wyatt)

wendyjdunn: My tribute to Anne Boleyn continues. Back to ‘Dear Heart, How Like You This? Winner of the 2003 Glyph Fiction Award and 2004 runner up in the Eric Hoffer Award for Commercial Fiction. Sir Thomas Wyatt the elder tells the tragic story of Anne Boleyn.

anneboleynsoc: “procuring her servants to be her lovers”, “encouraging men with gifts” and “committing treason by her actions”. What is interesting though, is that there is no mention at all of Sir Thomas Wyatt and Sir Richard Page, who were also imprisoned in the Tower.

TudorHistory: Today in Tudor History: 5 May 1536 - Sir Thomas Wyatt and Sir Richard Page were imprisoned in the Tower of London for suspicion of adultery with Queen Anne Boleyn. Both were later released.

wendyjdunn: My tribute to Anne Boleyn continues. 20+ years ago, Sir Thomas Wyatt commanded me to scribe his story about his love for Anne Boleyn, and would not leave me alone until my first novel was done. Read my Tudor novels FREE at Kindle Unlimited.

anneboleynsoc: Anne's brother George Boleyn, Lord Rochford, led the challengers. George 'showed his skill in breaking lances and vaulting on horseback'. The poet Sir Thomas Wyatt is said to have done 'better than the others' & Henry showed great kindness to him, Norris, Brereton and Weston.

CorinnaHahn12: I am fascinated by this portrait and would love to know more about it. It looks definitely like a portrait of Sir Thomas Wyatt and so similar to the Montacute House portrait. Is Holbein the artist or someone else entirely? Portrait of a Gentleman | Art UK

jntod: Sir Thomas Wyatt wonders if it would kill his son to send a goddamn postcard once in a while

orapronobisdeum: The poet Sir Thomas Wyatt put out a hit on Cardinal Pole when resident in Spain. Interesting...

isidro_li: Unstable dream, according to the place, Be steadfast once, or else at least be true. — Sir Thomas Wyatt

jdmccafferty: Portrait of Sir Henry Wyatt, c. 1460/1470-1537, of Allington Castle, member of the Privy Council and father of the poet Thomas. By Hans Holbein the Younger, 1528 (Musée du Louvre) The worried look says it all about life in the Tudor court.

laurelworlds: 11th April 1554; beheading of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger on Tower Hill.

sparacomentar1: I find no peace, and all my war is done. I fear and hope. I burn and freeze like ice. I desire to perish, and yet I ask health. I love another, and thus I hate myself. - Sir Thomas Wyatt

TudorHistory: Today in Tudor History: 11 April 1554 - Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger was beheaded on Tower Hill for leading a rebellion against Mary I.

StrongLykHeifer: Sir Thomas Wyatt has hit kitten puberty. What a joy.

BLMedieval: We've recently digitised this important manuscript of poems by the famous Sir Thomas Wyatt. He almost lost his head in the downfall of Anne Boleyn; his son was less fortunate, and suffered that fate in 1554.

HRDarsieHistory: The Poetry of Anne Boleyn: Sir Thomas Wyatt’s Anger

HRDarsieHistory: The Poetry of Anne Boleyn: Sir Thomas Wyatt’s Sorrow

snowandcharminq: this is my favorite poem EVER because this poem includes too many paradoxes. this makes you feel both happy and sad. when you’re suffering, you can feel the joy as well. I Find no Peace by Sir Thomas Wyatt | Poetry Foundation

AdamLoos12: These bloody days have broken my heart My lust, my youth, did then depart -Sir Thomas Wyatt

laurelworlds: 11th April 1554; beheading of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger on Tower Hill.

PoetryOutLoud: I find no peace, and all my war is done. / I fear and hope. I burn and freeze like ice. / I fly above the wind, yet can I not arise "I Find no Peace" Sir Thomas Wyatt

laurelworlds: 11th April 1554; beheading of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger on Tower Hill.

smoothwrite: Check out my latest video "Whoso List to Hunt by Sir Thomas Wyatt - Poem Analysis" Watch Now:

DavidCranmerUn1: Thomas Wyatt the elder, the poet, was briefly imprisoned in the Tower of London for an alleged relationship with Anne Boleyn. Sir Francis's wife Margaret was the daughter of Sir Samuel Sandys and the niece of George Sandys, the treasurer of Jamestown. Francis and Margaret's

aliceliaohere: is this not sir thomas wyatt's "whoso list to hunt" (1557)

elebonacini: Sir Thomas Wyatt’s poetry actually slaps

laurelworlds: 11th April 1554; beheading of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger on Tower Hill.

EMLoneliness: Sir Thomas Wyatt: ‘What menythe thys when I lye alone / I tosse, I turne I syghe I grone / My bedd me semys as hard as stone / What meyns thys[?]’ (The Devonshire Manuscript, BL, Add MS 17492). Portrait by Hans Holbein the Younger (Royal Collection Trust)

StrongLykHeifer: Sir Thomas Wyatt loves puzzles.

allways__always: this moodboard gives me immediate Sir Thomas Wyatt vibes in the best way

ChefLilah: - 1267 Thursday: Synod of Breslau orders Jews to wear special caps. - 1544 Sunday: In a battle at London, Sir Thomas Wyatt suffers defeat and his rebellion against Queen Mary crushed.

hisdates: February - 09, 1554 - Today in history battle at London: Sir Thomas Wyatt defeated

smokinscrews: 2/9 1554 Battle at London: Sir Thomas Wyatt defeated 1897 Invasion of Benin City 1922 Snow on Mauna Loa, HI 1934 -14.3°F coldest day in NYC 1961 Beatles gig at Liverpool's Cavern Club 1995 "Riverdance" 2014 Switzerland votes to return immigration quotas

laurelworlds: 11th April 1554; beheading of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger on Tower Hill.

larryislegend: Sir Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr. Greatest of all time. Honor him!!

Wiglet1981: Bluebell, when she heard Anaxarchus argue that there were infinite worlds, it is said she wept. And when her friends asked what had happened: “is it not to be wept for,” said she, “since they say there be infinite worlds, and we are not yet lord of one?” — Sir Thomas Wyatt, 1527

litcharts: New guide! I Find No Peace by Sir Thomas Wyatt

hisdates: January - 25, 1554 - Sir Thomas Wyatt gathers an army in Kent, rebels against Queen Mary t...

16cjournal: On this day in 1554, Sir Thomas Wyatt gathered an army in Kent, leading Wyatt's Rebellion against Queen Mary I.

TodayInVa: Today in 1554: Sir Thomas Wyatt leads a revolt to protest Queen Mary's intended marriage to Philip II of Spain.

poetictouch: Basil Bunting reads They Flee From Me by Sir Thomas Wyatt

mariaaaajose: Sir Thomas Wyatt slaps

JamieTgamebooks: "You get a burst of the 14th cent poem 'Dou way, Robyn', fool some wights into thinking summer’s come to the underworld with a few lines by the Earl of Surrey, and a character greets his lover’s cruel rejection with a lament penned by Sir Thomas Wyatt."

laurelworlds: 11th April 1554; beheading of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger on Tower Hill.

MagicFarrell: PGA of America pulls PGA Championship from Trump’s N.J. golf course As Sir Thomas Wyatt put it way back when: They flee from me that sometime did me seek

MattCarr55: All honourable men. And Trump may now find, like Sir Thomas Wyatt, that 'they flee from me that sometime did me seek.' But as these charlatans distance themselves from him, we should not allow them to pretend they are acting out of principle, when they never had any at all.

laurelworlds: 11th April 1554; beheading of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger on Tower Hill.

SherPoint: To His Heart by Sir Thomas Wyatt read by Dr Iain McGilchrist ...

Charontian: I find no peace and all my war is done; I fear and hope, I burn and freeze like ice; I fly above the wind, yet can I arise, And naught I have and all the world I seize on... (Sir Thomas Wyatt)

StrongLykHeifer: Sir Thomas Wyatt, at your service.

StrongLykHeifer: The adoption papers have been signed, sealed, and delivered. Sir Thomas Wyatt (please see profile picture) is ours!

Mihrimah_FS: “These bloody days have broken my heart.  My lust, my youth did them depart,  And blind desire of ambitious souls  who hastes to climb seeks to revert  and about the throne, the thunder rolls “ - Sir Thomas Wyatt (May 17, 1536)

Sam_Sacks: Elizabeth Cook's novelistic signature is to layer retellings of classics upon historical fiction. In "Achilles" it was The Iliad and Keats. In "Lux" it's King David and Thomas Wyatt, and the results are equally gorgeous and bewitching.

laurelworlds: 11th April 1554; beheading of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger on Tower Hill.

RobertBohan: Holbein created a busy workshop, married & fathered a son. He also joined the Painters’ Guild - a sign of independence. He moved in intellectual circles. Portrait of the Artist’s wife (c1520), Portrait of a Man (c1518-20) & Sir Thomas Wyatt (c1521)

Sommertime812: Sir Henry Wyatt Greatgrandfather Of Matthew Thomas Ramsay

parisreview: W. S. Merwin explains why Sir Thomas Wyatt’s “Whoso list to hunt” is one of the greatest sonnets in English: http://t.co/a3FJzC495Y

chronologistics: sir thomas wyatt is such a pity-me-the-bitch-doth-hit-on-me-first prick i can't STAND him

AlasdairAdam: Good night friends, here is Whoso List to Hunt by Sir Thomas Wyatt

LordKazuya1: I hate having to explain myself but here you go: Henry Howard was the Earl of Surrey in the 16th century and he and Sir Thomas Wyatt brought sonnets to England from Italy.



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