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Anonymous asked in Arts & HumanitiesPoetry · 8 years ago

Since she whom I loved hast paid her last debt: John donne?

Since she whom I loved hath paid her last debt

To Nature, and to hers, and my good is dead,

And her soul early into heaven ravishèd,

Wholly on heavenly things my mind is set.

Here the admiring her my mind did whet

To seek thee, God; so streams do show the head;

But though I have found thee, and thou my thirst hast fed,

A holy thirsty dropsy melts me yet.

But why should I beg more love, whenas thou

Dost woo my soul, for hers offering all thine:

And dost not only fear lest I allow

My love to saints and angels, things divine,

But in thy tender jealousy dost doubt

Lest the world, flesh, yea, devil put thee out.

Could someone analyse this?

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  • 8 years ago
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    To me it tells of loving things that God gives us.Do not be tempted by earthly beauty.

    Evil may be in their soul.

  • 3 years ago

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