Richard Lovelace


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Noun1.Richard Lovelace - English poet (1618-1857)Richard Lovelace - English poet (1618-1857)    
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From the equally chaotic product of Colonel Richard Lovelace stand out the two well-known bits of noble idealism, 'To Lucasta, Going to the Wars,' and 'To Althea, from Prison.
Hopefully, he will return alive to breathe in a wider prison, as in the words of Richard Lovelace, 'Stone walls do not a prison make, nor iron bars a cage.
of Arlington, TX, Mack Mercer and wife, Patty of Trophy Club, TX, Richard Lovelace of Paris, France and Dude Lovelace and wife, Renee, of Billings, MT.
Richard Lovelace (1618-1657), poeta cavalier por excelencia.
364: stone walls do not a prison make- Richard Lovelace, "To Althea, from Prison" (1649)