Steve Schroeder, in a comment to Saturday's second post, suggested that his own deliberate approach to metrical rhyming poetry (as opposed to his approach to free and accentual verse) might be the result of a relative lack of skill. My reply this morning was that deliberate "writing to order" was actually something only a skillful poet could reliably do, and that he should be encouraged by his approach. In a sign of the end-times, Kasey Mohammad agreed, at least about skill and writing to order.
The point of mentioning all this is that I wanted to cite Coleridge on Pope in my reply, but I was at work and had neither the Biographia Literaria nor my locally searchable archive with me (I'd cited the reference before), so I googled Coleridge Pope Iliad and there, in the first 10 results, was my previous citation.
I'm not bragging.
Nearly two hundred years of scholarship on one of the most — no, the most important theoretical document of English Romanticism, and my half-assed ramblings on Coleridge on Pope are there right beside the Bryn Mawr Classical Review.
Update 7:06 pm: It may in fact be the end time. I nodded yes to every statement.