We hope you enjoyed our Clover ballad! Let’s see how you did matching our texts to the poems that inspired them. Give yourself 1 point for each correct match.
Opening line: How do I love my Clover?Inspiration: “How Do I Love Thee?” by Elizabeth Barrett BrowningO Clover Online OrderingInspiration: “I Am Not Yours” by Sara TeasdaleJust a customer? No, my dearest and most favorite fan!Inspiration: “I Loved You First: But Afterwards Your Love” by Christina RossettiHeads held highInspiration: “She Walks in Beauty” by Lord ByronA contactless payment horizon awakensInspiration: “Before You Came” by Faiz Ahmed FaizMake the waiting stopInspiration: “For Keeps” by Joy HarjoO data, will you tell thy secrets to me?Inspiration: “The Faerie Queene” by Sir Edmund Spenser (this is believed to be the original inspiration for that well-known rhyme “roses are red, violets are blue”)How elegant and customizable thou art!Inspiration: “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? (Sonnet 18)” by William ShakespeareFrom the Clover patch I shall pick my ownInspiration: “A Red, Red Rose” by Robert Burns
SCOREOk ready? Let’s see how you did!
7-9 points: You should seriously consider changing careers and trying your own hand at poetry, because you clearly know your poets—and enough of their work to be able to match these texts.
4-6 points: A hearty pat on the shoulder you deserve! You must have taken your fair share of poetry classes… or perhaps you are a natural sponge that soaks up cultural knowledge without even trying.
0-3 points: You may not know these particular poems but that doesn’t mean you can’t appreciate poetry! And this list is a great place to start.
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