“When I was One-and-Twenty” By A.E. Housman Review

It is a short poem made up of two stanzas, in which the young speaker talks about the experience of falling in—and out—of love.

This one was quit unique because it was bad but at the same time pretty decent. 

The writing style was okay but nothing too extraordinary. It was just good enough for me to enjoy it a little bit and not fully not like this poem. 

The plot it kind of hard to talk about here because this poem is really short and there is not much to talk about here.

I give this poem 1 / 5

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