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Sonnet II Analysis



Author: Poetry of Edmund Spenser Type: Poetry Views: 196

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VNquiet thought, whom at the first I bred,

Of th'inward bale of my loue pined hart:

and sithens haue with sighes and sorrowes fed,

till greater then my wombe thou woxen art.

Breake forth at length out of the inner part,

in which thou lurkest lyke to vipers brood:

and seeke some succour both to ease my smart

and also to sustayne thy selfe with food.

But if in presence of that fayrest proud

thou chance to come, fall lowly at her feet:

and with meeke humblesse and afflicted mood,

pardon for thee, and grace for me intreat.

Which if she graunt, then liue and my loue cherish,

if not, die soone, and I with thee will perish.










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I can't imagine being in that type of pootsiin - how the heck is she supposed to deal with her friend's death AND the husbands anger AND the journals AND her own issues?! Sounds like a story I could really get into.Thanks for being on the tour!

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


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I've been reading books by an English auohtr, and the first couple were interesting until I realised, although the names were changed, the auohtr is actually writing the same character and similar plotlines over and over. What a money making formula, it should have at least the same name of the character and be an ongoing series. As the stories kept being situated in the same place in London, I kept wondering if the character ever met the other characters who are going through the same plotlines and are dead ringers for each other.. LOL. At least Nevada writes standalone fiction and non fiction books, as well as our beloved Anna, who we KNOW will appear in the park books and not some other similar character and similar plotline.Some auohtrs have only ONE book in them, but they keep writing it over and over again. x x

| Posted on 2013-11-14 | by a guest


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I think there are many different kinds of real.You seem to be sainyg a real writer is someone who does real writing, something which is valuable in itself. In my head I think I do too, so published or unpublished the thing that matters is whether I rate it. The trouble is that would mean the shelves of Waterstones are stocked with the works of the unreal. I'm not sure I believe they are unreal anymore than I believe in the undead. Is anyone who writes at all, ever for fun or profit 'real'? What do we have to do to count?

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


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Yeah, Proust may be the last Ia0get to of all of these. You have to acorpaph him with the seriadousadness with which you’d acorpaph readading through the the entire works of aa0sinadgle author. Dostoevsky’s probadaadbly the first on the list Ia0tackle–great philoadsophadiadcal work on the moral arguadment for the exisadtence ofa0God.

| Posted on 2013-11-12 | by a guest




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