Gabriel Harvey (1550 - 1631 / Essex, England)
Poems of Gabriel Harvey
|1.||A Charm for a Mad Woman||4/3/2012|
|2.||An heroic address to [Oxford], concerning the combined utility and dignity of military affairs and o||1/1/2004|
|3.||Frendly Caueat to the Second Shakerley of Powles||1/1/2004|
|4.||Gorgon or the Wonderful Year||1/1/2004|
|6.||The Writers Postscript: or a Frendly Caueat to the Second Shakerley of Powles||4/3/2012|
Since Galatea came in, and Tuscanism gan usurp,
Vanity above all: villainy next her, stateliness Empress
No man but minion, stout, lout, plain, swain, quoth a Lording:
No words but valorous, no works but womanish only.
For life Magnificoes, not a beck but glorious in show,
In deed most frivolous, not a look but Tuscanish always.
His cringing side neck, eyes glancing, fisnamy smirking,
With forefinger kiss, and brave embrace to the footward.
Large bellied Cod-pieced doublet, uncod