Poem of the week: Felix Randal by Gerard Manley Hopkins
Hopkins welds priest, father and doctor in this enormous expression of empathy, commemorating the life of a Liverpudlian farrier
Felix Randal the farrier, O is he dead then? my duty all ended, Continue reading...
Who have watched his mould of man, big-boned and hardy-handsome
Pining, pining, till time when reason rambled in it, and some
Fatal four disorders, fleshed there, all contended?