Here you will find the Poem Sketch of Lord Byron's Life of poet Julia A Moore
"Lord Byron" was an Englishman A poet I believe, His first works in old England Was poorly received. Perhaps it was "Lord Byron's" fault And perhaps it was not. His life was full of misfortunes, Ah, strange was his lot. The character of "Lord Byron" Was of a low degree, Caused by his reckless conduct, And bad company. He sprung from an ancient house, Noble, but poor, indeed. His career on earth, was marred By his own misdeeds. Generous and tender hearted, Affectionate by extreme, In temper he was wayward, A poor "Lord" without means; Ah, he was a handsome fellow With great poetic skill, His great intellectual powers He could use at his will. He was a sad child of nature, Of fortune and of fame; Also sad child to society, For nothing did he gain But slander and ridicule, Throughout his native land. Thus the "poet of the passions," Lived, unappreciated, man. Yet at the age of 24, "Lord Byron" then had gained The highest, highest, pinacle Of literary fame. Ah, he had such violent passions They was beyond his control, Yet the public with its justice, Sometimes would him extol. Sometimes again "Lord Byron" Was censured by the press, Such obloquy, he could not endure, So he done what was the best. He left his native country, This great unhappy man; The only wish he had, "'tis said," He might die, sword in hand. He had joined the Grecian Army; This man of delicate frame; And there he died in a distant land, And left on earth his fame. "Lord Byron's" age was 36 years, Then closed the sad career, Of the most celebrated "Englishman" Of the nineteenth century.