New Inductees Though I cannot


New Inductees

Though I cannot begin to fathom why it should be so, Dylan has applied and been accepted into Glorious Seventeenth Century Poets Society. As I've said, his work promotes far more than the seventeenth century and I am humbled that he would even want to belong. Our other, most honored Inductee, by his own request is none other than the illustrious Lane Core, Jr. A warm round of applause for our two inductees. And I greet you with appropriate words from our good friends Beaumont and Fletcher from their extravagant Opus, Knight of the Burning Pestle:

These be the fair rewards of them that love! Oh, you that live in freedom, never prove The travail of a mind led by desire!

Gentles, welcome to our small society.

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