William Shakespeare
Warwickshire
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Bridal Song

Rating: 3.4
ROSES, their sharp spines being gone,
Not royal in their smells alone,
   But in their hue;
Maiden pinks, of odour faint,
Daisies smell-less, yet most quaint,
   And sweet thyme true;

Primrose, firstborn child of Ver;
Merry springtime's harbinger,
   With her bells dim;
Oxlips in their cradles growing,
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yansel 28 February 2020
what is the analyse of this poen
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Adeeb Alfateh 15 October 2019
Not an angel of the air, Bird melodious or bird fair, Be absent hence! the great written greatly great poem great 10++
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Dr Antony Theodore 15 October 2019
The great Shakespeare. a poet looks at differently.. tony
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Banamala Sen 15 October 2019
Marvellous! The flowers and the birds play a major role - All dear Nature's children sweet Lie 'fore bride and bridegroom's feet, Blessing their sense!
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Kumarmani Mahakul 15 October 2019
It is a great work by William Shakespeare. May his soul rest in peace.
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Ratnakar Mandlik 15 October 2019
A master piece of great poet offering blessings to the newly wed though the bridal song.
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Aniruddha Pathak 15 October 2019
A poem whose beauty lies in the way the poet looks at things. And what a lovely construction! O Shakespeare thou hast no peer,
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Mahtab Bangalee 15 October 2019
All dear Nature's children sweet Lie 'fore bride and bridegroom's feet, Blessing their sense! ...//// beautiful expression
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Kingsley Egbukole 15 October 2019
Simply beautiful. Kingsley Egbukole
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Dominic Windram 15 October 2019
A truly sumptuous poem courtesy of the Immortal Bard!
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