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The Spirit Wooed Analysis

Author: poem of Philip Larkin Type: poem Views: 6

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Once I believed in you,

       And then you came,

       Unquestionably new, as fame

Had said you were. But that was long ago.

You launched no argument,

      Yet I obeyed,

      Straightaway, the instrument you played

Distant Down sidestreets, keeping different time,

And never questioned what

      You fascinate

      In me; if good or not, the state

You pressed towards. There was no need to know.

Grave pristine absolutes

      Walked in my mind:

      So that I was not mute, or blind,

As years before or since. My only crime

Was holding you too dear.

      Was that the cause

      You daily came less near—a pause

Longer than life, if you decide it so?

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