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Song From Marriage-A-La-Mode Analysis



Author: poem of John Dryden Type: poem Views: 6

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Why should a foolish marriage vow,

Which long ago was made,

Oblige us to each other now,

When passion is decayed?

We loved, and we loved, as long as we could,

Till our love was loved out in us both;

But our marriage is dead when the pleasure is fled:

'Twas pleasure first made it an oath.



If I have pleasures for a friend,

And farther love in store,

What wrong has he whose joys did end,

And who could give no more?

'Tis a madness that he should be jealous of me,

Or that I should bar him of another;

For all we can gain is to give ourselves pain,

When neither can hinder the other.






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They trod the streets and squares where now I tread,
With weary hearts, a little while ago; When, thin and grey, the melancholy snow
Clung to the leafless branches overhead;
Or when the smoke-veiled sky grew stormy-red
In autumn; with a re-arisen woe
Wrestled, what time the passionate spring winds blow;
And paced scorched stones in summer—they are dead.
The sorrow of their souls to them did seem
As real as mine to me, as permanent.
Today, it is the shadow of a dream,
The half-forgotten breath of breezes spent.
So shall another soothe his woe supreme—
'No more she comes, who this way came and went.'

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