Lord John Wilmot

Oxfordshire / England
Lord John Wilmot
Oxfordshire / England
Friday, January 3, 2003

To His Mistress Comments

Rating: 3.7
Why dost thou shade thy lovely face? O why
Does that eclipsing hand of thine deny
The sunshine of the Sun's enlivening eye?

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COMMENTS
Lungelo S Mbuyazi 27 May 2018
Very emotional poem here... like it
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Savita Tyagi 03 January 2018
I live I move by thy beams I see.....beautiful poem. Love is eternal!
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Kevin Patrick 12 February 2016
A timeless work of pure unadulterated love, pity for the wife.
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Charity Nduhiu 26 August 2015
Wow! such an inspiring poem. I like it
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Pranab K Chakraborty 06 February 2015
See, see how I am blind, and dead, and stray! -O thou art my life, my light, my way! ...... So simple was the life once to cry for a 'Thou'..... today days and passions are hungry enough to cry for thoulessness!
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Marko Duvnjak 26 January 2015
Great! Proud that this man was born in the same county as I.
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some what classic poem and liked its beauty and contents.
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Liliana ~el 06 February 2014
Definite Classic. Like Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and Bronte's tragic Wuthering Heights. Mystical, fable-like feel.
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Lauren Rosina 06 February 2014
A beautiful poem that can people can still relate to today, centuries later. This poem help's to prove that love is, and alway's will be, true and strong and will survive anything.
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Malini Kadir 06 February 2013
What a lovely, romantic lines of love as his light!
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Lenore Lee 06 February 2012
Beautiful poem about his mistress shying away from him and his fear that she'll leave him. He says many times that she is his life. It is a love poem through and through, with a good rhyming pattern and simple yet effective language.
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Carlos Echeverria 06 February 2012
A poet in love from centuries ago, may sound corny in our times; but reading aloud Lord Wilmot's verse taps our transcendent humanity.
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Dextini Omo-omo 06 February 2012
Good. I love the rhyme pattern
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Manonton Dalan 06 February 2012
he has to have one or life isn't complete. very truthful.
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