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So We'll Go No More a-Roving

So we'll go no more a-roving
So late into the night,
Though the heart still be as loving,
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  • Isaac Dutton (8/23/2013 12:48:00 PM)

    A pleasure to read. Great flow and feel and something that most readers can relate to!

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  • David Aoloch Bion (8/23/2013 10:22:00 AM)

    for the sword outwear it sheath, it is too disturbing

  • Karen Sinclair (8/23/2012 6:23:00 PM)

    I think this poem has great merit, it sounds beautiful read aloud and suggests such woeful moments, no longer willing or able to enjoy the part of life the poet obviously relished. And the moon still as bright...perfect

  • Wala' Qamhieh (8/23/2012 5:28:00 PM)

    very passionate! :)

  • Kevin Patrick (8/23/2012 4:07:00 PM)

    George Gordon Byron the original Jim Morrison, with poetry of a higher caliber. Mr Straw you have me cracking up sir!

  • Carlos Echeverria (8/23/2012 10:59:00 AM)

    Playboy poet
    and he know it.

  • Kevin Straw (8/23/2012 9:36:00 AM)

    For love read lust. For sword read penis. For soul read desire. For heart read genitalia.

  • Sm Smithfield (8/23/2011 12:45:00 PM)

    This makes more sense when you realize that Lord Byron was secretly the Batman.

  • Juan Olivarez (8/23/2011 7:02:00 AM)

    Ok Ok Daniel we get it sheesh.

  • Daniel Martin (8/23/2011 2:50:00 AM)

    Very sorrowful poem of lost love. Has glimpses of the lovers hope that the romance will resume after a 'rest', but this may just be showing our reluctance to accept what we deep down know to be true.

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