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To His Coy Mistress Analysis



Author: Poetry of Andrew Marvell Type: Poetry Views: 3514





Had we but World enough, and Time,

This coyness Lady were no crime.

We would sit down, and think which way

To walk, and pass our long Loves Day.

Thou by the Indian Ganges side.

Should'st Rubies find: I by the Tide

Of Humber would complain. I would

Love you ten years before the Flood:

And you should if you please refuse

Till the Conversion of the Jews.

My vegetable Love should grow

Vaster then Empires, and more slow.

An hundred years should go to praise

Thine Eyes, and on thy Forehead Gaze.

Two hundred to adore each Breast.

But thirty thousand to the rest.

An Age at least to every part,

And the last Age should show your Heart.

For Lady you deserve this State;

Nor would I love at lower rate.

But at my back I alwaies hear

Times winged Charriot hurrying near:

And yonder all before us lye

Desarts of vast Eternity.

Thy Beauty shall no more be found;

Nor, in thy marble Vault, shall sound

My ecchoing Song: then Worms shall try

That long preserv'd Virginity:

And your quaint Honour turn to durst;

And into ashes all my Lust.

The Grave's a fine and private place,

But none I think do there embrace.

Now therefore, while the youthful hew

Sits on thy skin like morning glew,

And while thy willing Soul transpires

At every pore with instant Fires,

Now let us sport us while we may;

And now, like am'rous birds of prey,

Rather at once our Time devour,

Than languish in his slow-chapt pow'r.

Let us roll all our Strength, and all

Our sweetness, up into one Ball:

And tear our Pleasures with rough strife,

Thorough the Iron gates of Life.

Thus, though we cannot make our Sun

Stand still, yet we will make him run.










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There was once an old man from Purduewho spent most of his life slacking tohrugh.But with great hesitationhe seeks an ovationfor being up front in line two.

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


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The man says \'we cannot make our sun\'. this is a pun and refers to both meanings of him rejecting on having a son, as he just wants to have intercourse for pleasure and fun. And also, the second meaning is of time. the sun represents this time as a monster.

| Posted on 2012-12-13 | by a guest


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The speaker here only wants to have sex with his girlfriend, so he tries to charm and tells her what they would do if they had all the time in the world. Then he gets impatient and angry.

| Posted on 2012-10-03 | by a guest


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in this poem the speaker wants his beloved to enjoy life and he remindes he of the shortness of life. Appearentlly, the speaker cares about the physical love more than the spritual one.

| Posted on 2011-12-21 | by a guest


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Actually the lover here symbolises the role of this finite existance which is time bound and place bound. But the beloved dors not like to make at all any sexual union with the lover. the reason is not that she is completely ignorant about the time bound world but it is the social taboos and the obstacles which prohibit her to make a sensual relationship. The lover is obstinate too much.

| Posted on 2011-08-10 | by a guest


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who said that the sun is a metonymy of a son??Real stupid !! sun is a metonymy of TIME. Time is an abstract concept (while the sun is an object we can see.

| Posted on 2011-05-26 | by a guest


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Mr Oxford scholar - hypothetical and conjecture are the same thing you must try to stop using long words to sound clever. Also Mr Cambridge scholar - names don\'t mean anything unless you back it up with something more substantial than \'it sux\'. was shakespeare at oxford or cambridge?

| Posted on 2011-05-05 | by a guest


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I agree with a previous statement that the sun is personified as time. It makes a lot of sense as the key theme is Carpe Diem or \"sieze the day\". And it was the age of reason and people started questioning everything. After all, Marvell was a metaphysical poet!

| Posted on 2011-02-17 | by a guest


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I am a scholar at Cambridge. This poem sux. Naturally Oxford boy failed to notice. 1 - 0 OXFORD!

| Posted on 2010-10-05 | by a guest


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I believe to a certain extent Marvell mocks the romantic idealized poets with his metaphysical shocking metaphors at personifications. Austin Friars.

| Posted on 2010-05-04 | by a guest


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A-ha the last guest knows their suff. But for even more brownie points one should take note of the way in which Marvel writes the poem. Andrew Marvell’s “To His Coy Mistress” is a metaphysical poem written in iambic tetrameter consisting of a unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable. Cuckolds.

| Posted on 2010-05-01 | by a guest


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For anyone who wishes for extra brownie points they should make note of the couplet “Thou by the Indian Ganges’ side Shouldst rubies find...” In India folklore the rubies of the Ganges are said to protect and preserve virginity, this relates to the “coyness” of the mistress.

| Posted on 2010-05-01 | by a guest


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I am a scholar a Oxford. Marvell creates a hypothetical conjecture in which love and time a juxta-postion of words have a perfect and harmonious existence. In the second stanza of the poem with use of a volta Marvell shatters this existance with shocking metaphors and imagery. In the final stanza again using a volta Marvell rebuilds a relationship that compensates for love's existance not being eternal, the last two lines of the poem can be interpreted any number of ways.

| Posted on 2010-05-01 | by a guest


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I am a scholar a Oxford. Marvell creates a hypothetical conjecture in which love and time a juxta-postion of words have a perfect and harmonious existence. In the second stanza of the poem with use of a volta Marvell shatters this existance with shocking metaphors and imagery. In the final stanza again using a volta Marvell rebuilds a relationship that compensates for love's existance not being eternal, the last two lines of the poem can be interpreted any number of ways.

| Posted on 2010-05-01 | by a guest


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The god they talk about here is Apollo, who rides on his chariot.

| Posted on 2010-04-20 | by a guest


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this poem takes about the brievty of time (carpe deim) and unless we sieze the time, we may tarry. since that we can make use of time, we should use it, because the beauty declines in the course of time.thus girl have to take opprtunity when she could attract male attension. there is no need for beauty and virginty in gravr because it is a private place for only rest.

| Posted on 2010-02-20 | by a guest


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Now, is sex allowed before marriage? and here I'm talking about the bible. Did the bible change from the 17th century till now, so people were not allowed to have sex before marriage while now it is ok?
In the bible this is called ADULTERY. I wonder how people go to church while doing adultery and try to change its name such as relationship or boyfriend/girlfriend....!

| Posted on 2010-02-11 | by a guest


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this is not a true love i think he is gone mad one who understand each other is love and remains till last and we have this poem

| Posted on 2010-02-10 | by a guest


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I think that the man wants to have sex with the mistress.

| Posted on 2010-02-01 | by a guest


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bitch you don't rock so calm yourself its just a poem damn

| Posted on 2009-12-16 | by a guest


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I'm a student of the University of the West Indies and my class is studying this poem. What we have found about this poem by Andrew Marvell is that all the comments combined which have been posted before speaks the truth about each aspect of the poem. The poet uses the greatest forms of persuasion to get sex from this woman in order to satisfy his longings. This is selfish of him yes, but on the other hand the virgin woman seems to like the attention of the man as she is described as "coy". In a snapshot..this poem can be seen as a satirical piece, mocking the church and its commandments, and also the woman's virginity. Makes sense to anyone?

| Posted on 2009-12-14 | by a guest


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in this poem man is undercontronal by 'ID' and lady is spressed her fleeing by 'super ego"

| Posted on 2009-08-22 | by a guest


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Yes, they did have bars in the seventeenth century, you idiot, they had taverns and inns. it was more common than you think to have sex before marriage, only it was done in secret and was not mentioned in public. i agree with the person before me, that he wasnt on about himself, because that would have been stupid, every one would know to hate him and not go near him and no father would let him marry their daughter. thankyou very much, i rock.

| Posted on 2009-07-14 | by a guest


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You are forgetting that andrew marvell was a smart man, and he knew that it was forbidden to have sex before marriage. writting an entire poem about it would have made him the most hated person at that time. however, it is seen by many that he was being satiracal in the poem, making fun of men who feel that way. he was not writing of himself, but perhaps even warning women to beware of men who would feel that way about love - as nothing more than a sexual relationship. this is also backed up by the fact that he was a strong catholic or protestant. his father was also a clergyman, and he was not doubt raised with high principles on the sanctity of life and marriage.

| Posted on 2009-07-08 | by a guest


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OMG it was written in the 17th century. they didnt have bars. she doesnt want to have sex with him because it was not accepted to have sex before marriage. and if anyone found out no-one would marry her. think about the time, and context that it WOULD have been written in.

| Posted on 2009-07-06 | by a guest


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OMG it was written in the 17th century. they didnt have bars. she doesnt want to have sex with him because it was not accepted to have sex before marriage. and if anyone found out no-one would marry her. think about the time, and context that it WOULD have been written in.

| Posted on 2009-07-06 | by a guest


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the last two lines are actually a pun on both a son and the sun. we cannot make our son stand still but we can make him run..it is like the pun used by hamlet when he talks about his father not being claudius(dont really remember the actual words

| Posted on 2009-05-26 | by a guest


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i believe the man in this poem is telling the young lady (mistress) that in the beggining of the poem, if time did not exist he would really love her, that they could spend forever in love, (it would grow slowly and realistically, without sex). but towards the end he says that time has an effect on everyone, that beauty nor innocence lasts forever, just like the day will turn to night so will their lives (meaning that they will die, because life is short) so her innocence is not realitively important, it's not worth holding onto forever.

| Posted on 2009-04-16 | by a guest


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ok first of all i want to make a comment to a certain post he/she comment that in the poem he is forgeting about his wife. where in the poem did you read that he was married? the meaning of the word mistress does not refer to a lover it refers to a young lady a woman that is not married. you have to keep in mind that this poem was written many centuries ago, words back then had a different meaning than now a days. he is not saying that he loves her he just wants yo get in bed with her. he has no intentions to be with her he just want to convince that he is he right man to loss her virginity too. he is secure of his manhood. if you read further into the poem the talks abut he wants to have wild and crazy sex with her. he doesnt care wether she loves him or not because he doesnt feel love for her. he just thinks that its a waste of her behalf to keep her virginity when the worms are going to take it when she dies.

| Posted on 2009-03-26 | by a guest


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I believe you are completely mistaken because this was written in the 1600s long before anyone knew the sun was going to burn out.

| Posted on 2009-03-12 | by a guest


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i believe marvell in the last lines is just trying to portray that love like the sun will come to an end one day (burn out) so make the most of their time and enjoy thier lifes while they still have their chance. dont you think!?!?

| Posted on 2009-02-06 | by a guest


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THIS IS WAT I THINK...
yeah the last 2 lines are talking about the roman god who runs across the sky descending night over the world. "we cannot make our sun stand still, but we can make him run" means they cannot stop death (death being night) but they will seize the day (carpe diem) and take the moement before death takes them ("make him run") IN the last two lines, I think the sun is a metonymy for an actual son. He's probably desperate to have children. Think about it?
Ironically the two words I needed to write to post this were "fill" and "her." "Fill her"- just thought that the coincidence of this was hilarious due to the nature of the poem. Anyway, I agree with most of the posts but would like to stress the ending as well. "Thus, though we cannot make our sun stand still, yet we can make him run." This means that through love, they can make life last. That's my two pence/cents.
the speakers probably in a bar and is just trying to pick this girl up because shes probably had a few to many and hes alot like the 40 year old virgin except much older so hes pretty desperate right about now to sleep with her but I'm sure he still got slapped.
It depicts human psychology over love. perhaps,love is most blessed element for all earthly things. But it is a concrete true we all die and our body, our desire and everything except soul so why not we may get earthly pleasures. For getting supreme quality of poet as well as a lovers is trying to convince by many ways but differently. Poets urges are classic different than others lovers.Most significant aspect is his love desires are proven in his verses.
world is still running for love, that love attacks him mostly.But none can escape from this true and constant desire.He shows how to pursuit lover.It is an excellent poetry of metaphysical poetry.
To his coy mistress is abwt a man wh ois trying to woo his lady and is trying to say that there is not enough time to be coy. If she doesnt hurry then in about 10 years time nobody wil want her and nobody will be interested so she better get a move on whilst she can.
Marvell is of course not cynical and had tremendous zest for life. as a humanist and intellectuall poet he never disapproved of worldly and aesthetic pleasures. life is short and relationships are important. This poem shows the kind of love the man nurtures for his beloved which wants to survive beyond time and death. Time is running out, and he wants to love his beloved as much as he can. this is the voice of a love stricken man trying to outrun the limits of time.
The man is trying to convince the woman to make love to him, because life is too short. And says that her virginity nor her beauty will last forever so she needs to make use of it while she is alive.
The writer is mocking the lady, not trying to woo her. This was written in the time of 'courtly love' where a woman would play with a man's emotions, making him come up with more and more extravagant ways of proving his love for her. The writer is mocking this lady, and courtly love on the basis that there's not enogh time. He's saying sure, if we had forever, it would be cool for you to play your little games(stanza 1) But essentially, in the rest of the poem he's saying that in reality you don't have forever; you might as well live and enjoy today. If he was merely trying to flatter her, he wouldn't be telling her about how you're alone in your grave after you die (stanza 2), and worms will take your virginity.
The writer is mocking the lady, not trying to woo her. This was written in the time of 'courtly love' where a woman would play with a man's emotions, making him come up with more and more extravagant ways of proving his love for her. The writer is mocking this lady, and courtly love on the basis that there's not enogh time. He's saying sure, if we had forever, it would be cool for you to play your little games(stanza 1) But essentially, in the rest of the poem he's saying that in reality you don't have forever; you might as well live and enjoy today. If he was merely trying to flatter her, he wouldn't be telling her about how you're alone in your grave after you die (stanza 2), and worms will take your virginity.
The poem “To His Coy Mistress” is about a man who is in a rush to have sexual intercourse with his mistress. He is just enticed by her beauty and wants to enjoy her beauty before the time is over.
this is a beautiful poem that is written in a way to mock at the elizabethan era who played with words. in this poem the poet cautions his mistress of her shyness and makes her understand of limited time they hanve on this earth. he says if she did not give in all her virginity would be broken by worms once she dies and her life on earth is not permanent. the beauty is not permanent so he urges her to give in so that they can make best use of thier life
This poem shows an exestential view of life. The man knows and has come to accept that death happens to everyone and fate is laid out for you. He however knows while he is alive he will love this women. He states he will love her forever but in reality he wont be on this earth forever
He thinks that its a better idea that they get together now while they still can, rather than wait around and chance that it never happens. He claims that if he had the opportunity he would devote everything he had to her for eternity, but since life is finite they should just get down to buisness. its a crude reality and he isnt exactly delicate when he tells her shes going to turn into worms however, his approach is kinda convincing since it makes more sense than a sugar coating the reality by saying he'll be with her forever if she'll give herself up when he doesnt have the capacity to anyway.
this poem is not about some sleaze ball trying to "seize the day" and get laid. its about eternal life. Not in a Christian sense but in a more mythological sense. The first stanza talks about an idealistic period of time in which he would love her forever. The second stanza then refers to real time or actual time, saying that in reality time keeps moving and we are all going to die soon. Most people seem to think that the third stanza is trying to say that since you are going to die ugly and old, you might as well sleep with me while you're attractive. That is a very superficial reading of this poem. It works but it's not that great and will certainly not get you a good grade for analysis. A better reading of it is that this third stanza is about keeping passion alive. It is not that Marvell is saying we should be lovers because you might as well while you are hot, it's that he is saying we should be lovers because through our love we can live forever. Making the sun run means that our passion will live on and on.
Marvell is trying to persuade his mistress to put out, but she is beign shy. Marvell's next approach is to input fear in her of death. He says that he will love her for eternity, but eternity does not exist, and that everyone will die so why wait if in the grave her virginity will turn into ashes and his lust into dust
This poem is about how a man wants to have his 'way' with her. It is about how if he had all the time in the world he would woo her forever. He also says that he wouuld love her for eternity "I would love you ten years before the flood, till the conversion of the Jews". And if they did have all the time in the world her shyness would not be a problem. He flatters her by coparing her to an exotic river when he is just a river in England.
He says that if they did have all the time in the world he would spend 100 years praising her, 400 years to adore her beauty and spend 30,000 years with her.
He says that she deserves all this attention and he would not love her any less.
He goes on to say that they do not have all the time in the world and that she is saving her virginity too long and that if she dosnt give out the only things to get inside her will be worms.


| Posted on 2009-01-08 | by a guest


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THIS IS WAT I THINK...
yeah the last 2 lines are talking about the roman god who runs across the sky descending night over the world. "we cannot make our sun stand still, but we can make him run" means they cannot stop death (death being night) but they will seize the day (carpe diem) and take the moement before death takes them ("make him run") IN the last two lines, I think the sun is a metonymy for an actual son. He's probably desperate to have children. Think about it?
Ironically the two words I needed to write to post this were "fill" and "her." "Fill her"- just thought that the coincidence of this was hilarious due to the nature of the poem. Anyway, I agree with most of the posts but would like to stress the ending as well. "Thus, though we cannot make our sun stand still, yet we can make him run." This means that through love, they can make life last. That's my two pence/cents.
the speakers probably in a bar and is just trying to pick this girl up because shes probably had a few to many and hes alot like the 40 year old virgin except much older so hes pretty desperate right about now to sleep with her but I'm sure he still got slapped.
It depicts human psychology over love. perhaps,love is most blessed element for all earthly things. But it is a concrete true we all die and our body, our desire and everything except soul so why not we may get earthly pleasures. For getting supreme quality of poet as well as a lovers is trying to convince by many ways but differently. Poets urges are classic different than others lovers.Most significant aspect is his love desires are proven in his verses.
world is still running for love, that love attacks him mostly.But none can escape from this true and constant desire.He shows how to pursuit lover.It is an excellent poetry of metaphysical poetry.
To his coy mistress is abwt a man wh ois trying to woo his lady and is trying to say that there is not enough time to be coy. If she doesnt hurry then in about 10 years time nobody wil want her and nobody will be interested so she better get a move on whilst she can.
Marvell is of course not cynical and had tremendous zest for life. as a humanist and intellectuall poet he never disapproved of worldly and aesthetic pleasures. life is short and relationships are important. This poem shows the kind of love the man nurtures for his beloved which wants to survive beyond time and death. Time is running out, and he wants to love his beloved as much as he can. this is the voice of a love stricken man trying to outrun the limits of time.
The man is trying to convince the woman to make love to him, because life is too short. And says that her virginity nor her beauty will last forever so she needs to make use of it while she is alive.
The writer is mocking the lady, not trying to woo her. This was written in the time of 'courtly love' where a woman would play with a man's emotions, making him come up with more and more extravagant ways of proving his love for her. The writer is mocking this lady, and courtly love on the basis that there's not enogh time. He's saying sure, if we had forever, it would be cool for you to play your little games(stanza 1) But essentially, in the rest of the poem he's saying that in reality you don't have forever; you might as well live and enjoy today. If he was merely trying to flatter her, he wouldn't be telling her about how you're alone in your grave after you die (stanza 2), and worms will take your virginity.
The writer is mocking the lady, not trying to woo her. This was written in the time of 'courtly love' where a woman would play with a man's emotions, making him come up with more and more extravagant ways of proving his love for her. The writer is mocking this lady, and courtly love on the basis that there's not enogh time. He's saying sure, if we had forever, it would be cool for you to play your little games(stanza 1) But essentially, in the rest of the poem he's saying that in reality you don't have forever; you might as well live and enjoy today. If he was merely trying to flatter her, he wouldn't be telling her about how you're alone in your grave after you die (stanza 2), and worms will take your virginity.
The poem “To His Coy Mistress” is about a man who is in a rush to have sexual intercourse with his mistress. He is just enticed by her beauty and wants to enjoy her beauty before the time is over.
this is a beautiful poem that is written in a way to mock at the elizabethan era who played with words. in this poem the poet cautions his mistress of her shyness and makes her understand of limited time they hanve on this earth. he says if she did not give in all her virginity would be broken by worms once she dies and her life on earth is not permanent. the beauty is not permanent so he urges her to give in so that they can make best use of thier life
This poem shows an exestential view of life. The man knows and has come to accept that death happens to everyone and fate is laid out for you. He however knows while he is alive he will love this women. He states he will love her forever but in reality he wont be on this earth forever
He thinks that its a better idea that they get together now while they still can, rather than wait around and chance that it never happens. He claims that if he had the opportunity he would devote everything he had to her for eternity, but since life is finite they should just get down to buisness. its a crude reality and he isnt exactly delicate when he tells her shes going to turn into worms however, his approach is kinda convincing since it makes more sense than a sugar coating the reality by saying he'll be with her forever if she'll give herself up when he doesnt have the capacity to anyway.
this poem is not about some sleaze ball trying to "seize the day" and get laid. its about eternal life. Not in a Christian sense but in a more mythological sense. The first stanza talks about an idealistic period of time in which he would love her forever. The second stanza then refers to real time or actual time, saying that in reality time keeps moving and we are all going to die soon. Most people seem to think that the third stanza is trying to say that since you are going to die ugly and old, you might as well sleep with me while you're attractive. That is a very superficial reading of this poem. It works but it's not that great and will certainly not get you a good grade for analysis. A better reading of it is that this third stanza is about keeping passion alive. It is not that Marvell is saying we should be lovers because you might as well while you are hot, it's that he is saying we should be lovers because through our love we can live forever. Making the sun run means that our passion will live on and on.
Marvell is trying to persuade his mistress to put out, but she is beign shy. Marvell's next approach is to input fear in her of death. He says that he will love her for eternity, but eternity does not exist, and that everyone will die so why wait if in the grave her virginity will turn into ashes and his lust into dust
This poem is about how a man wants to have his 'way' with her. It is about how if he had all the time in the world he would woo her forever. He also says that he wouuld love her for eternity "I would love you ten years before the flood, till the conversion of the Jews". And if they did have all the time in the world her shyness would not be a problem. He flatters her by coparing her to an exotic river when he is just a river in England.
He says that if they did have all the time in the world he would spend 100 years praising her, 400 years to adore her beauty and spend 30,000 years with her.
He says that she deserves all this attention and he would not love her any less.
He goes on to say that they do not have all the time in the world and that she is saving her virginity too long and that if she dosnt give out the only things to get inside her will be worms.


| Posted on 2009-01-08 | by a guest


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yeah the last 2 lines are talking about the roman god who runs across the sky descending night over the world. "we cannot make our sun stand still, but we can make him run" means they cannot stop death (death being night) but they will seize the day (carpe diem) and take the moement before death takes them ("make him run")

| Posted on 2009-01-08 | by a guest


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IN the last two lines, I think the sun is a metonymy for an actual son. He's probably desperate to have children. Think about it?

| Posted on 2009-01-04 | by a guest


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Ironically the two words I needed to write to post this were "fill" and "her." "Fill her"- just thought that the coincidence of this was hilarious due to the nature of the poem. Anyway, I agree with most of the posts but would like to stress the ending as well. "Thus, though we cannot make our sun stand still, yet we can make him run." This means that through love, they can make life last. That's my two pence/cents.

| Posted on 2008-11-03 | by a guest


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the speakers probably in a bar and is just trying to pick this girl up because shes probably had a few to many and hes alot like the 40 year old virgin except much older so hes pretty desperate right about now to sleep with her but I'm sure he still got slapped.

| Posted on 2008-10-17 | by a guest


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It depicts human psychology over love. perhaps,love is most blessed element for all earthly things. But it is a concrete true we all die and our body, our desire and everything except soul so why not we may get earthly pleasures. For getting supreme quality of poet as well as a lovers is trying to convince by many ways but differently. Poets urges are classic different than others lovers.Most significant aspect is his love desires are proven in his verses.
world is still running for love, that love attacks him mostly.But none can escape from this true and constant desire.He shows how to pursuit lover.It is an excellent poetry of metaphysical poetry.

| Posted on 2008-09-20 | by a guest


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To his coy mistress is abwt a man wh ois trying to woo his lady and is trying to say that there is not enough time to be coy. If she doesnt hurry then in about 10 years time nobody wil want her and nobody will be interested so she better get a move on whilst she can.

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


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Marvell is of course not cynical and had tremendous zest for life. as a humanist and intellectuall poet he never disapproved of worldly and aesthetic pleasures. life is short and relationships are important. This poem shows the kind of love the man nurtures for his beloved which wants to survive beyond time and death. Time is running out, and he wants to love his beloved as much as he can. this is the voice of a love stricken man trying to outrun the limits of time.

| Posted on 2008-06-16 | by a guest




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