Edward Dyer

Edward Dyer was an English poet who wrote a few, well-remembered lyrics. He was born in 1543 and was a popular member of Queen Elizabeth’s court. He was at one point arrested while on a mission to find the philosopher’s stone. It’s uncertain how much poetry he wrote or if some poems are genuinely his or not. 

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