John Gray 

John Gray was an English poet and priest. He was born in 1866 and died in 1934. His works include The Long Road and Park: A Fantastic Story and Silverpoints. The latter included sixteen poems and translations from French poets like Verlaine. The Long Road contains ‘The Flying Fish,’ his best-known poem. Read more of John Gray’s Biography.

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