it’s enough work to die if you are Queen of EnglandAs can be seen in the images obtained from Balmoral CastleWhere he died this Thursday at the age of 96 Isabel IIWho had worn the English crown for 70 years of his life. but perhaps one of the most hardworking people of the time, but his work and sacrifice have remained invisible Queen’s Poet Laureate, Simon ArmitageWho certainly devoted the day to being inspired and writing the saddest verses that happened to him, as it is one of his works.
Just a few months ago, I wrote a poem on the death anniversary of Philip of EdinburghThe Prince Consort, Elizabeth II’s lifelong companion, and the entire royal family shared “The Patriarchs: An Elegy”, which read in a passage:
“Husband on duty, he unruly his plans”
Through the pool table and car hood,
Reunite at breakfast. what were their secrets
It was everyone’s guess and nobody’s work.
great-grandfather from birth, became over time
both inner core and outer shell
In the heirloom of the family of nesting dolls. ,
It also seems to be a good and difficult poem about a man whose life of life went along Isabel II,
armitage He was the Queen’s Poet Laureate since 2019, when he succeeded Scottish carol ann duffyThe first woman to hold the position. The Poet Laureate is a position created by King Charles II in England 341 years ago and whose mission is to contribute poems to special ceremonies of the state. In its beginning, the Poet Laureate was a lifetime position but was later shortened to reach the current decade of service.
how much did you pay According to tradition, the royal bard receives 600 bottles of sherry, while the poet pays an annual salary of £5,770 to the Poetic Society. For contributing to the award for Best Poetry Collection of the Year in the United Kingdom. As would be expected of a poet, it is noted that it is better to make a living in wine than to worry about the lowly metal.
The situation for the motherland does not seem crazy William Shakespeare And, more recently, great poets have captured this, such as Ted Hugheswho was always recognized in the world of letters for his poetic creations, but who is also remembered for being the husband of the American poet Sylvia Plath, who committed suicide in 1963, while Hughes filled pages and pages in his diary complaining of helplessness. The diary remained incomplete in its publication because of the express prohibition that Hughes had imposed until it was published after the poet’s death. your next mate asia weevil He also committed suicide in 1969 by inhaling stove gas, as did Plath. Ted Hughes was the Queen’s official poet from 1984 to 1998 and, as with the poems, it is believed that they are slightly kinder than the poems dedicated to their former deceased colleagues. Poet laureate Hughes wrote, for example:
“Exposure to Infinite Light, Shepherds of the Wind”
Hear the voice of the desolate
Breaking from the forge they sprouted and grew
After all, it was God and they knew it.
The mountains now handle them with visions
Between a void and a bright one,
With music and silence.
The restless raise the heads of their sheep,
Then they keep on eating.”
But to return to the recently deceased Queen Isabel IIThis is an excerpt from one of the last poems written by the poet laureate armitage on the occasion of jubilee He sat on the throne for 70 years. “Queenhood”, it is called::
“A priceless burden for a young lady,
But, dressed and dressed, an emperor proceeds
In the lateral climate of the next few years.
and heavy shipments of church and state
Lighten with each step, syrupy old gold
Converted to Platinum, Alchemy Redefined.
Queenhood: It’s Law and Tradition, the Life of Dreams
And the documentary, a true fantasy.
For generations we will not know such glory.”
Really good poem.
But not only is the barrage of award-winning verses reena with a world of characters Isabel IIthe sovereigns of the fourteen states that make up commonwealth Who knew how to build an empire in the past –United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica, Bahamas, Grenada, Papua New Guinea, Belize, Antigua and Bermuda, Solomon Islands, St. Lucia, Tuvalu, St. Vincent and the Grenadines You Saint Kitts and Nevis– Has been the subject of several biographical books, including his own story royal family that surrounds it (and that, in some way, also gave it its shape). ,
one of the first essays on Isabel II He was joined by his restless sister, formed in the mid-fifties margaritaLikes to rub shoulders with Joe’s figures jet engine At parties, which can add a little bit of sex, alcohol and drugs, to crazy dances. Princess Elizabeth and Margaret of Englandof Marion CrawfordIn 1960 the editorial was published in Spanish by Juventud.
In 2011 the book was published with photographs of royal family taken by official photographer cecil beaton between 1930 and 1960 and despite the fact that most records have been presented, shows Intimacy forbidden to ordinary people, , , Published by Victoria & Albert Publishing.
Undoubted . biography of Lady Deu written by Andrew Morton Not only was it a mega-seller, but in addition to going on sale at the worst moment of the relationship Diana Spencer and brand new King Charles IIIhighlighted that Di was voluntarily interviewed to show the crisis with the then prince and his relationship with him Camilla Parker Bowles, who has just become the queen’s wife. Sold out and versions sold out, and edited emcee.
angela kellyEmperor’s personalized dress maker published in 2012 queen’s dress (queen dress), which not only encapsulates the wardrobe with those elegant dresses and glamorous hats, but also reveals the intimacy that a queen enjoys when dressing and fitting in her bedroom. Edited Royal Collection Trust.
obvious, Isabel II It was also fictional. For example, as an investigator of crimes committed in Buckingham Palace, Windsor Knott (Her Majesty the Inquisitor Queen) It is a saga that for now there are two books the queen orders with her hats as well. its author is SJ Bennett And published Salamander. Another Bennett, this time Allen published a novel about Isabel’s library in the anagram: an unusual reader, coexistence on their shelves Marcel Proust You gene geneta,
Definitely . in the life of Isabel II There have been good moments and others, as is usually the case with the rest of the world, even without great titles. most recently when his royal grandson, Prince Harrymarried to american Meghan MarkleA beautiful woman without blue blood, amid ostentatious differences with the traditionalist sector of the royal family. Meghan and Harry: On Freedomof Carolyn Durand and HarperCollins, published by Iberica, describes the episode that culminated in the couple’s transcontinental move and their relinquishment of certain royal privileges.
scandal with criminal limitations committed by Prince AndrewI used to go to tycoon’s sex parties Jeffrey Epsteinput in check Isabel II, who decided not to make a statement, especially after the disastrous journalistic intervention by his son. Andres had to settle a million-dollar personal settlement with his complainant, who claims he was sexually abused when he was a minor. Victims’ lawyer Brad Edwards public hard work (relentless search) (Edited by Simon & Schuster) Detailing the role of Prince,
In his year-end speech, when the scandal of the then Prince Carlos You Lady Deu which resulted in divorce, Isabel II took Latin, a cultured language, to define the year he was going and said it was a a terrible yearWith great sincerity in front of the cameras and millions of citizens. Will this year have been the same? who knows, there was even Her 70 Years Birth Anniversary as Queen, One lime, one sand. We can decide in advance when the definitive book about life, This Life, is released.