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Sir Thomas Wortley's Sonnet Answered Analysis



Author: Poetry of Richard Lovelace Type: Poetry Views: 187

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[THE SONNET.



I.

No more

Thou little winged archer, now no more

As heretofore,

Thou maist pretend within my breast to bide,

No more,

Since cruell Death of dearest LYNDAMORE

Hath me depriv'd,

I bid adieu to love, and all the world beside.



II.

Go, go;

Lay by thy quiver and unbend thy bow

Poore sillie foe,

Thou spend'st thy shafts but at my breast in vain,

Since Death

My heart hath with a fatall icie deart

Already slain,

Thou canst not ever hope to warme her wound,

Or wound it o're againe.]





THE ANSWER.



I.

Againe,

Thou witty cruell wanton, now againe,

Through ev'ry veine,

Hurle all your lightning, and strike ev'ry dart,

Againe,

Before I feele this pleasing, pleasing paine.

I have no heart,

Nor can I live but sweetly murder'd with

So deare, so deare a smart.



II.

Then flye,

And kindle all your torches at her eye,

To make me dye

Her martyr, and put on my roabe of flame:

So I,

Advanced on my blazing wings on high,

In death became

Inthroan'd a starre, and ornament unto

Her glorious, glorious name.










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