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To a Lady, Persuading Her to a Car Analysis



Author: Poetry of Rudyard Kipling Type: Poetry Views: 358

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Love's fiery chariot, Delia, take

Which Vulcan wrought for Venus' sake.

Wings shall not waft thee, but a flame

Hot as my heart--as nobly tame:

Lit by a spark, less bright, more wise

Than linked lightnings of thine eyes!

Seated and ready to be drawn

Come not in muslins, lace or lawn,

But, for thy thrice imperial worth,

Take all the sables of the North,

With frozen diamonds belted on,

To face extreme Euroclydon!

Thus in our thund'ring toy we'll prove

Which is more blind, the Law or Love;

And may the jealous Gods prevent

Our fierce and uncontrouled descent!





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