Ship, an Isle, a Sickle Moon, A by FLECKER, James Elroy

Of all recent poets of his kind, Flecker is the most successful. The classical tradition of poetry has been mocked and mutilated by many of the noisy young in the last few years. Flecker was a poet who preserved the ancient balance in days in which want of balance was looked on as a sign of genius. That he was what is called a minor poet cannot be denied, but he was the most beautiful of recent minor poets. (from Old and New Masters (1919) by Robert Lynd; Ch 9 – James Elroy Flecker )
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