"Lines on Nonsense" by Eliza Lee Follen (1787 - 1860) (pictured), a Boston poet and abolitionist, was offered by Poets.org's Poem-A-Day on January 12, 2014. A link to the poem may be found here:
"Lines on Nonsense" consists of nine quatrains with an abab cdcd efef &c rhyme scheme. The poem praises nonsense as one of life's pleasures and warns against allowing reason to diminish its importance, for there can be much good reason in good nonsense.
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