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Sonnet XV Analysis

Author: Poetry of Edmund Spenser Type: Poetry Views: 470

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YE tradefull Merchants that with weary toyle,

do seeke most pretious things to make your gain:

and both the Indias of their treasures spoile,

what needeth you to seeke so farre in vaine?

For loe my loue doth in her selfe containe

all this worlds riches that may farre be found,

if Saphyres, loe her eies be Saphyres plaine,

if Rubies, loe hir lips be Rubies found:

If Pearles, hir teeth be pearles both pure and round;

if Yuorie, her forhead yuory weene;

if Gold, her locks are finest gold on ground;

if siluer, her faire hands are siluer sheene,

But that which fairest is, but few behold,

her mind adornd with vertues manifold.


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Thanks, Deb! It's good to be back writing preporly. You're right, all creative people seem to go through periods where our creativity just desserts us. For me it's usually a sign that something's not quite right with what I'm working on I think that's what writer's block is really, the subconscious telling us we need to approach something a different way. It worked for me when I came back, everything just seemed to work. It was almost like a light bulb went off in my head and everything was just so much clearer. I wish I could say that happened every time but at least it did this time!I'm glad you enjoyed the poem. It's a bit different to most of my work but I think it came out quite well in the end. I still hope to finish the original version one day as well.Happy Holidays, Deb, and best wishes for a wonderful 2011. Thanks Kay! I'm so glad you enjoyed it! It's great to be back writing again I never feel quite right when I'm not writing. I've got a few other projects I'll be getting back to over the next week or so as well which I'm looking forward to.Merry Christmas to you and your family. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and all the best for a peaceful and happy New Year.

| Posted on 2013-11-15 | by a guest

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Mary I think your brain is wired quite beautifully. How else could you make all this yunimmess. I think I like anything with the word mojo in it. I remember when I was working in dialysis, this girl who is Puerto Rican told me when I was pregnant with my first daughter, "she will steal your mojo." I wondered what this could mean. After a couple pregnancies, losing my hair and gaining weight, I think I now know. x x

| Posted on 2013-11-13 | by a guest

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Greg These pictures will be the moereims of one of our most special days. You captured emotions and once in a lifetime moments that we will always cherish.It was a Fairy tale wedding wrapped up with love . It was perfect! Mary Canaan and Bryan are such special people.We feel extremely blessed in so many ways.You have an amazing talent.Thank you.

| Posted on 2013-11-11 | by a guest

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Geez, and all this time I thought I was using my inlctleet - LOL! Seriously, though, all any of us are doing is shuffling other people's thoughts around in our head. None, not a one of us, has an original thought.I thought that I could tell the difference between a boy cat and a girl cat. Not so sure now. Anydiddles, she/he sho is purty. Cheers!!

| Posted on 2013-11-10 | by a guest

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Edmund Spenser compares his loved one to all the riches that 'tradeful Merchants' spend their lives searching for in order to gain status and money etc and points out to them that you dont have to travel 'farr' to find it. Riches dont have to be materialistic - jewels can be found in the person you love if you truly love them. He also talks about moral goodness, 'vertues manifold' in his hexameter. He compares his love to an angel, that she possesses jewels in her beauty but also has inner beauty, 'her mind'.
this is such a beautiful fusion of Shakesperian and Petrachan Sonnet (Spenserian Sonnet, ababbcbcc).

| Posted on 2008-07-04 | by a guest

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