Mnemonic Monday 3: So We’ll Go No More a Roving

Previously On:
“Ulysses,” by Alfred, Lord Tennyson

I’m happy to report that Tennyson’s “Ulysses” is mostly in my head. More or less. Let’s not discuss my proficiency here. On the upside, “As I Walked Out One Evening” has held up for the duration. To balance my previous overreach with an underreach, I’ve chosen a short poem by Lord Byron which I was able to [mostly] memorize the first time I wrote it out longhand. read more