One of Sir John Sucklings best poems "Song" and how it is typical of the calvalier style of British Literature
John Suckling is perhaps one of the greatest examples of a great 17thcentury English poet. His cavalier style of writing is renowned for it for its carefree style and use of love and life as most cavaliers wrote about. Many of his poems have become famous, and are still read, analyzed and praised even today. When looking at his literature and glancing through his poems, sonnets, and pamphlets there is one that surely cannot be overlooked. His poem titled Song, a masterpiece on Love, thorough its tone, meaning, and form is one of the best examples of the Cavalier style in existence.
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