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Sonnet XVIII Analysis



Author: Poetry of Edmund Spenser Type: Poetry Views: 254

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THe rolling wheele that runneth often round,

The hardest steele in tract of time doth teare:

and drizling drops that often doe redound,

the firmest flint doth in continuance weare.

Yet cannot I with many a dropping teare,

and long intreaty soften her hard hart:

that she will once vouchsafe my plaint to heare,

or looke with pitty on my payneful smart.

But when I pleade, she bids me play my part,

and when I weep, she sayes teares are but water:

and when I sigh, she sayes I know the art,

and when I waile she turnes hir selfe to laughter.

So doe I weepe, and wayle, and pleade in vaine,

whiles she as steele and flint doth still remayne.










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