I’m going off to ponder . . . Thank you, Guest Author, for raising some questions. –Ellen. ApK on December 15, 2010 10:46 am. Yeah, I agree. Some of Alanis’s lyrics are hard to swallow as irony (yes, that was a jagged little pill reference), but I too disagree with the reader assessments. Like this one:
Thus says the Lord: "Keep justice, and do righteousness, For My salvation is about to come, And My righteousness to be revealed. Blessed is the man who does this, And the son of man who lays hold on it; Who keeps from defiling the Sabbath, And keeps his hand from doing any evil."
Sep 01, 2019 · Two fragments of another poem, Waldere, which may originally have been as long as Beowulf, were found as recently as 1960 in the binding of a book in the Royal Library at Copenhagen. Gradually, the English literature got maturity and later on Chaucer’s poetry made English as a perfect medium for literature.