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Ben King's Verse

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Ben King's Verse is a collection of poetry that showcases Benjamin King's talent as a writer and poet. The poems touch on a wide range of emotions and themes, including love, loss, and introspection. King's writing style is both eloquent and accessible, making his work easy to connect with and appreciate.

Each poem in the collection is crafted with care and precision, showing King's dedication to his craft. His use of imagery and language is vivid and evocative, transporting readers to different settings and emotions with each piece.

One of the standout features of Ben King's Verse is the depth and honesty of the emotions conveyed in the poems. King bares his soul and allows readers to glimpse his innermost thoughts and feelings, creating a powerful connection between writer and reader.

Overall, Ben King's Verse is a must-read for poetry lovers and anyone looking for a genuine and heartfelt collection of poems. Benjamin King's talent shines through in this collection, leaving a lasting impression on those who have the pleasure of reading his work.

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This is a volume of Benjamin King's collected verse, published shortly after his sudden death in 1894. The American humorist was very famous during his lifetime, and is still widely referenced and quoted until today. This volume was published in Chicago after his death, reportedly outselling any other volume of poetry in Michigan for 25 years after being published. It is also prefaced by two short biographies by John McGovern and Opie Read. - Summary by Carolin


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