LOVE POEMS

To Lucasta, Going to the Wars - Summary and Questions 1

To Lucasta, Going to the Wars – Summary and Questions

To Lucasta, Going to the Wars by Richard Lovelace Vocabulary nunnery – a home for religious women inconstancy – unfaithfulness, infidelity Explication of The Poem Tell me not , Sweet, I am unkinde, In this line the narrator directly addresses her beloved not accuse him that he is unkind and unfaithful. This line is in …

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La Belle Dame Sans Merci | Summary, Model Explanations, Critical Analysis, Question Answers 3

La Belle Dame Sans Merci | Summary, Model Explanations, Critical Analysis, Question Answers

La Belle Dame Sans Merci Introduction: “La Belle Dame Sans Merci” was written in April 1819. Keats took the title La Velle Dame Sans Merci from ‘an early fifteenth-century French poem by Alain Chartier. The phrase belongs to the terminology of the courtly love and describes a beautiful lady without mercy, that is the sort …

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Prospice Summary, Critical Analysis, Theme, Meaning, Questions and Answers 4

Prospice Summary, Critical Analysis, Theme, Meaning, Questions and Answers

Prospice by Browning Summary of Prospice The poet is not at all afraid of the physical troubles that come at the time of death. Though he may feel suffocation (fog) in his throat, a heaviness in his vision and a cold numbness creeping over his body, all showing that death is very near, yet he …

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Spring and Fall Summary, Explanation, Annotation, Summary and Questions 5

Spring and Fall Summary, Explanation, Annotation, Summary and Questions

Spring and Fall Introduction Spring and Fall is an intense love poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins. It narrates an incident, it is a tragic meditative poem, imagining a philosopher as a speaker in discussion with a girl named Margaret. We also discover in the poem character, dialogue, setting, and plot. The poem deals with the …

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The Last Ride Together Summary,Critical Analysis, Questions and Verification 6

The Last Ride Together Summary,Critical Analysis, Questions and Verification

Summary of Last Ride Together The ‘Last Ride Together’ is a poem of unrequited love. The lover is rejected. But he does not blame his mistress. He is magnanimous and accepts the position in a brave and noble way. In order to show that he can control himself and make the situation easier for her …

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Dover Beach By Matthew Arnold: Summary, Critical Analysis, Questions and Theme 7

Dover Beach By Matthew Arnold: Summary, Critical Analysis, Questions and Theme

Summary and Analysis of “Dover Beach” (1867) Introduction to the Poem: The poem “Dover Beach” was published in 1867. The poet has expressed pessimism in this poem. The world is full of misery. Even the Greek poet Sophocles sang it. But in olden times men had faith and love for each other, but that they …

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A Birthday By Christina Rossetti: Summary and Questions 8

A Birthday By Christina Rossetti: Summary and Questions

A Birthday By Christina Rossetti “A Birthday” is one of Christina Rossetti’s most popular poems and one of the most frequently quoted and anthologised of all her works. It is an unusual poem in Rossetti’s production as it expresses pure, undarkened joy. Its happiness and its ringing melody have delighted readers and critics ever since …

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All For Love By Lord George Bryon: Summary, Theme, Literary Devices and Questions 9

All For Love By Lord George Bryon: Summary, Theme, Literary Devices and Questions

All For Love By Lord George Bryon INTRODUCTION: The poem ” All for Love ” by Lord George Bryon is a narrative poem which recounts how the days of our youth are the best and sublime but they are fleeting as well because we get older, things eventually change. The narrator of the poem just …

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