To a Skylark (Shelley)

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To a Skylark
by Percy Bysshe Shelley

To a Skylark is a poem completed by Percy Bysshe Shelley in late June 1820 and published accompanying his lyrical drama Prometheus Unbound by Charles and James Collier in London. It was inspired by an evening walk in the country near Livorno, Italy, with his wife Mary Shelley, and describes the appearance and song of a skylark they come upon. Excerpted from To a Skylark on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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