The Five Ages is a poem modeled after the Epithalamion in structure, written in June, 2011.
It is five stanzas long, with both recurring and independent rhymes. Each stanza represents a different “age,” and together, the “five ages” form the life of a person.
The poem is written with an eye on classical form, style, and syntax.
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