English poet who’s most well-known for his 1753 poem “The Blackbirds.” His gathered poems were released posthumously within a 1784 quantity entitled Poems Moral and Descriptive. He received his master’s level from University University, Oxford and became an ordained cleric. His preferred place of home was the parish of Snitterfield, Warwickshire, where he proved helpful being a cleric in the 1740s. He came back to Snitterfield by the end of his lifestyle. He was raised in Warwickshire with two old brothers. He and Alexander Pope had been both United kingdom poets from the eighteenth century.