Warlock Vorobok Reads Robert Herrick’s Spellbinding Poetry

Written by Joe Armstrong, Content Specialist, Marketing, Downtown Main Library

Although this author is more known for his carpe-diem poem "To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time," Robert Herrick also included some supernatural and fantastical elements in his poems "The Spell," "Oberon's Feast," "the Hag," and "Another to Bring in the Witch." Tune your senses towards the otherworldly void as Warlock Vorobok returns to read these paranormal poems.

 

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