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Poem 7 Analysis



Author: Poetry of Edmund Spenser Type: Poetry Views: 188

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NOw is my loue all ready forth to come,

Let all the virgins therefore well awayt,

And ye fresh boyes that tend vpon her groome

Prepare your selues; for he is comming strayt.

Set all your things in seemely good aray

Fit for so ioyfull day,

The ioyfullst day that euer sunne did see

Faire Sun, shew forth thy fauourable ray,

And let thy lifull heat not feruent be

For feare of burning her sunshyny face,

Her beauty to disgrace.

O fayrest Phoebus, father of the Muse,

If euer I did honour thee aright,

Or sing the thing, that mote thy mind delight,

Doe not thy seruants simple boone refuse,

But let this day let this one day be myne,

Let all the rest be thine.

Then I thy souerayne prayses loud wil sing,

That all the woods shal answer and theyr eccho ring.










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I was heartbroken when I lernaed of Mr. Parker's death I too thought we had lost Spencer, Hawk and Susan, but after reading Lullaby, I realized they would live on. I was fortunate to have Mr. Parker as a professor at Northeastern University shortly before his first Spencer book was published .a true honor. He is missed but Spencer is still with us thanks to Joan and the estate for allowing this it could hot have been easy.

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


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I was heartbroken when I lraened of Mr. Parker's death I too thought we had lost Spencer, Hawk and Susan, but after reading Lullaby, I realized they would live on. I was fortunate to have Mr. Parker as a professor at Northeastern University shortly before his first Spencer book was published .a true honor. He is missed but Spencer is still with us thanks to Joan and the estate for allowing this it could hot have been easy. x x

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


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I, too, found Robert B. Parker books to be my favorites. His coseistnncy and continuity of characters in his books made the read more like a continuing story of old friends and it was easy to anticipate and enjoy the stories all the more for those reasons. I read Lullabye recently and was amazed at Mr. Atkins adaptation to the characters in creating another terrific edition of Spencer's continuing exploits. Kudos to Atkins and may Spenser live on forever. Would like a first name some day!

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


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Is it too late for a kiss?Life is so sweet.I wrote 3 times about this. Each time it was too private to share. To dslcsoie details of other lives who have intertwined with mine so beautifully would be, might be a way of interrupting the moment. Short-cutting. Short-changing, that's the word I was looking for.There is an area of my life where in the past I have felt short-changed because the longing was not quenched fully. But the longing was experienced fully, and if that was the sweetness, the nectar, the fruit that was shared with me so freely, well then I received it fully. I drank of longing and swam in its warm waters. I immersed myself in the song and swayed and danced and melted and rose again. All so I could experience the sweetness of this new moment. The one without longing because that experience passed, as all experiences do. A kiss today that would not have happened so sweetly, so spontaneously and fulfilling, if the longing before had been short-cutted, short-changed, interrupted. Life is so sweet.

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




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