Recently discovered this wonderful 17th century poet. Just exploring his poems and his writing. This is the first verse of his poem:
On Leaping Over the Moon
I saw new Worlds beneath the water ly,
New Peeple; and another Sky,
And Sun, which seen by Day
Might things more clear display.
Just such another
Of my late Brother
Did in his Travel see, and saw by Night
A much more strange and wondrous Sight:
Nor could the World exhibit such another,
So Great a Sight, but in a Brother.
Best wishes and enjoy all the wonderful poetry, both old and new.