Born into a rich family, on the 7th of May.
His mother's piano played throughout the day.
The love of art runs though his veins.
Becoming a dropout caused him some pains.
6 was when his writing began.
Although at first, not one was a fan.
The art of drama was not his calling.
Stratford & Sordello was simply appalling.
Wordsworth and Macready where very close.
Dramatic monologs he liked the most.
Elizabeth wrote nice things.
In return he bought them rings.
In return the family tree.
Strongly proved to disagree.
The bundling baby Barrett was born.
On March the 9th this was sworn.
June is when she did fall dead.
At least now she was finally in bed.
Not long after so did he fall.
December 12 and that is all.
did you write this?
You are so screwed for using the word nice xD
Also, his first play, Strafford (1837), closed after only five performances. During the next ten years he wrote six other plays, none of which were successfully produced. All of Browning's plays are marred by abundant character analysis and meager dramatic action.
~Robert Browning, who first started writing verses at the age of six. His first published work was Pauline: A Fragment of a Confession, which was issued anonymously in 1833. The publication of Sordello in 1840 was a disaster that dealt Browning's growing reputation a severe blow. Critics unanimously declared the poem totally unclear and unreadable, and modern readers still find it difficult.