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Freedom And Love Analysis



Author: Poetry of Thomas Campbell Type: Poetry Views: 433





How delicious is the winning

Of a kiss at love's beginning,

When two mutual hearts are sighing

For the knot there's no untying!

Yet remember, 'Midst our wooing,

Love has bliss, but Love has ruing;

Other smiles may make you fickle,

Tears for other charms may trickle.

Love he comes, and Love he tarries,

Just as fate or fancy carries;

Longest stays, when sorest chidden;

Laughs and flies, when press'd and bidden.

Bind the sea to slumber stilly,

Bind its odour to the lily,

Bind the aspen ne'er to quiver,

Then bind Love to last for ever.

Love's a fire that needs renewal

Of fresh beauty for its fuel:

Love's wing moults when caged and captured,

Only free, he soars enraptured.

Can you keep the bee from ranging

Or the ringdove's neck from changing?

No! nor fetter'd Love from dying

In the knot there's no untying.





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A beautiful, yet curious poem; the question remains is \"the knot there is no untying\" related to love making or marriage ?

| Posted on 2012-01-09 | by a guest


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This poem is about relationships and how they have affected the main character. The underlying message of forbidden romance can be found throughout the poem. In that last two sentences, a great sense of emotion is apparent and makes the reader want to keep reader. The use of words makes the reader think that it's a shakespearean age as words are soft and wispy when spoken. Thomas tells the story of beauty and passion in this short, but relatively satisfying poem of love.

| Posted on 2004-10-10 | by Approved Guest




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