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I have been one acquainted with the night. Who knows then but the last may yet be first, So thou but lead me, Love, with thy dear light. How many miles hath my poor spirit flown This night to thee through wind and storm and rain, Bearing thee words of many mystic things, Till thou on thy soft pillow making moan Didst hear it pecking at thy lattice pane, And took it in, a dove with draggled wings.

My interpretation of this dedication is entirely different, and I maintain that it is written by Shakespeare, or at least put there with his agreement, and that its wording is consistent with the themes of the Sonnets.

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This is followed in the poem by the proposal that he do penance to correct and absolve his sins, something which is usually imposed after confession in the Catholic tradition, but more or less abandoned by Protestantism, except in the high church.

It dreams of him astray in other lands: Equally the line from So ofttimes having wandered in my sleep By those loved lanes and hedgerows to our tryst, I press the lids of thy great eyes, and weep To feel against my heart thy wild heart leap Once more--Night yawns--Where are the eyes I kissed.

But when love's passionate wrongs cry for redress Or true love's tragic wisdom earns a tear, Young noble hearts in happier fate draw near And prove by grief their right to happines. He is despised among men, a familiar phrase from Isaiah He is dispised and abhorred of men, he is such a man as hath good experience of sorowes and infirmities.

So subtly is the fume of life designed, To clarify the pulse and cloud the mind, And leave me once again undone, possessed. Do not mock me in thy bed. He lies As still as if he would return to stone, And soundlessly attending, dies Toward misted and ebullient seas And cooling shores, toward lost Amphibia's emperies.

I seem to hold thee by the gentle hand And talk of things I dimly understand, That thy dear spirit set to mine may be As to an intricate lock the simple key, That knows it, and can move its iron band.

The red street runs, the red flag flies unfurled. The heart-aches and the tears are all I keep. Number there in love was slain. How slow life droops away cut off from thee, But cannot wither, though inch by inch it dies.

Acquainted With The Night I have been one acquainted with the night. So is the height of love a perfect rest, And stiller than all frost that ever froze The ice-bound river, or sleep of spotless snows On inaccessible mountain's footless crest, Lies the all peaceful glow, the warm repose, Of loving heart on heart, and breast by breast.

I have seen roses damasked, red and white, But no such roses see I in her cheeks; And in some perfumes is there more delight Than in the breath that from my mistress reeks. While it is only my personal interpretation of the poem, I think Rilke was saying to himself: Burch Those Winter Sundays Sundays too my father got up early and put his clothes on in the blueblack cold, then with cracked hands that ached from labor in the weekday weather made banked fires blaze.

But ye whose body and soul have equal growth And bear Love's blest baptismal mark in both, Whether for joy the years seem scarce enough, Or else to resignation doomed, but loth, Approach Love's holy guild,and learn the oath, Free of the secret brotherhood of Love.

Polish poets usually shape their sonnets according to Italian or French practice. It would indeed be difficult to explain the sonnet without some recourse to biblical or liturgical references. My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?.

Seven Sonnets & a Song () Kelly explained "[previously] my own songs came about through music first or making sounds with chords and melodies and trying to get words to fit those sounds.

But a few years ago I was involved in a project with a classical composer where I was asked to put poems to music. That was Yeats, Les Murray. The sonnets, just below, were written as songs. When played, I repeat the last quatrain, and the last couplet -- and may make some ad hoc changes.

They all have the same melody. Shakespeare's sonnet with critical notes.

10 huge pop songs rewritten as sonnets. “Bohemian Rhapsody” is actually really moving…

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Shakespeare's sonnets are poems that William Shakespeare wrote on a variety of themes. When discussing or referring to Shakespeare’s sonnets, it is almost always a reference to the sonnets that were first published all together in a quarto in ; however there are six additional sonnets that Shakespeare wrote and included in the plays Romeo and Juliet, Henry V and Love's Labour's Lost.

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