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The Long Love That in My Thought Doth Harbour Analysis

Author: Poetry of Sir Thomas Wyatt Type: Poetry Views: 1221

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The long love that in my thought doth harbour

And in mine hert doth keep his residence,

Into my face presseth with bold pretence

And therein campeth, spreading his banner.

She that me learneth to love and suffer

And will that my trust and lusts negligence

Be rayned by reason, shame, and reverence,

With his hardiness taketh displeasure.

Wherewithall unto the hert's forest he fleeth,

Leaving his enterprise with pain and cry,

And there him hideth and not appeareth.

What may I do when my master feareth

But in the field with him to live and die?

For good is the life ending faithfully.


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| Posted on 2014-01-05 | by a guest

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Due to the effects of Renaissance and humanism it brought, the writer and the poets then shifted from a God-centered literature world to a antropocentric one, which meant that from then on, the focus would be on human, who \"is the greatest creature\" and we see that slowly Christian themes were starting to be abandoned. During this time, Petrach\'s sonnet convention and understading of love came to the stage, which implied that the beloved one was to be worshipped. Again we see the shift from God to human-being. Love exist but the main point is its being platonic, from which we conclude love is suffering as we notice in Wyatt\'s sonnet.

| Posted on 2013-04-29 | by a guest

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Literary works have certain meanings displayed throughout their entirety. A single literary work however can be interpreted in a variety of ways. Petrarch whose poetry was about the idealistic approach to love, caused for several Renaissance writers to revisit them and translate them to represent different meanings. Basically, Sir Thomas Wyatt in his poem "The Long Love That in My Thought Doth Harbour" and Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey in his poem "Love That Doth Reign and Live Within My Thought," both explored the varying view of the original poem created by Petrarch. Their views on the aspect of love helped to be shaped by the Renaissance ideas, help to display the changing times as created by this period of rebirth and also help to reflect the views of each author on love.
The poem "The Long Love That in My Thought Doth Harbour" by Wyatt essentially depicts one view on love while the poem "Love That Doth Reign and Live Within My Thought" by Surrey, depicts an almost contrasting view. Although they both hold Petrarch's poem as the origin, they show the difference in the effects of the Neo-Platonism during the Renaissance. The notion that the need for love still existed, but the idea that perfect love could never exist was what basically what drove the entirety of their ideas, and what made them stream from the Petrarchan idea of idealistic love. Both authors while focusing on the idea that love can not be idealized show in their own depictions two different views of that love. They portray the means of keeping love or holding onto love with two different mind sets and basically help to back up the notion idealized love can not truly exist and can not be a product of only perfection.
The poem by Wyatt refers to the heart as the means of a place in which the love ultimately hides because it is like a forest. Wyatt is pretty much debating whether he should side with love or lust in this case, and ultimately the idea prevails that most likely the speaker chooses.

| Posted on 2009-11-30 | by a guest

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