Treasure Island

Michael Drayton

(1563 - 1631 / Warwickshire / England)

Roc


All feathered things yet ever known to men,
From the huge Rucke, unto the little Wren;
From Forrest, Fields, from Rivers and from Pons,
All that have webs, or cloven-footed ones;
To the Grand Arke, together friendly came,
Whose several species were too long to name

Submitted: Thursday, January 01, 2004


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