Daybreak Poem by John Donne

Daybreak

Rating: 3.0


STAY, O sweet and do not rise!
The light that shines comes from thine eyes;
The day breaks not: it is my heart,
   Because that you and I must part.
   Stay! or else my joys will die
   And perish in their infancy.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Lize Powrie 09 January 2005

STUNNING! so passionate

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Gabriel SimpsonLaw 21 September 2007

Probably the most beautiful poem I have ever read

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Turner Logan 22 September 2020

i did not undersyand this poem

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Carolina 24 September 2020

I like this poem. The author sounds desperate in his attempt to get his lover to stay with him. It's pretty straight forward in what it is saying, but you can also find deeper meanings.

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kay brown 12 October 2020

worlds best video i love it so much

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Ben F 07 October 2020

while listening to the poem it was bugged but re-reading it on my own i got a sense of sentimental value.

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Dakota 04 October 2020

I do think the the poem is good, but the video is bugged which ruined it a bit for me.

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Triniti Douglas 01 October 2020

I love this poem. It touches the heart and its very sentimental.

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Sergio D 30 September 2020

Great video I could completely understand what it was saying.

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Gechi 04 October 2020

is this sarcasm? if so, I agree

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John Donne

John Donne

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