The Enquiry

How near one Species to the next is join'd,
The due Gradations please a thinking Mind;
and there are Creatures which no eye can see,
That for a Moment live and breathe like me:
Whom a small Fly in bulk as far exceeds,
As yon tall Cedar does the waving Reeds:
These we can reach—and may we not suppose
There still are Creatures more minute than those.


Creatures joined with gradations and wildly diverse.

Folksonomies: evolution poetry taxonomy

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 Poems upon several occasions
Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  (Mary) , Mrs. Leapor and Browne , Isaac Hawkins (1748), Poems upon several occasions, Retrieved on 2012-06-11
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  • Folksonomies: poetry


    23 MAR 2013

     Science and Naturalism in Poetry

    Poems on science and nature.
    Folksonomies: nature science poetry poems
    Folksonomies: nature science poetry poems