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"So We'll Go No More a Roving," by Lord Byron (George Gordon)

Author: Lord Byron (George Gordon)

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So, we'll go no more a roving
So late into the night,
Though the heart be still as loving,
And the moon be still as bright.

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FATJON MORINA (Apr 08 2019 9:17AM) : the heart and the moon [Edited] more

This line is interesting because a rhythm is created so well and i think that the author tried to say that the heart and the moon should stay how they are

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For the sword outwears its sheath,
And the soul wears out the breast,
And the heart must pause to breathe,
And love itself have rest.

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Susan Avery (May 16 2019 10:09AM) : Why does he need to pause to breathe? Why do you think he's out of breath?
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FATJON MORINA (May 16 2019 10:14AM) : misunderstood [Edited] more

I think that the poet tried to accomplish that the heart itself must pause to breathe. I think he could have been out of breath after he broke up with his lover.

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FATJON MORINA (May 15 2019 10:20AM) : And love itself have rest more

this line is striking because The author explained how Love sometimes has to have some rest.And i think that the author showed us how people can live without love, without someone with strong feelings.

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Susan Avery (May 16 2019 10:09AM) : I wonder what he means by sword? Do you think it's a metaphor?

Though the night was made for loving,
And the day returns too soon,
Yet we'll go no more a roving
By the light of the moon.

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FATJON MORINA (Apr 08 2019 9:37AM) : time is so fast more

This stanza surprises me because in line 10, it is saying that the day comes so fast after the night that was made for loving, so I . think that the author tried to say that the night will be faster with love. And I also think that he tried to say that sometimes without love the day just returns too soon like nothing happened

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Jovana Kovac (May 16 2019 9:44AM) : Is the poet heartbroken?
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DMU Timestamp: March 29, 2019 18:11

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FATJON MORINA (Apr 08 2019 9:31AM) : Heartbroken [Edited] more

The whole poem surprises me, because I think that the whole poem is about a loving heart that was broken and also think that the author said the heart and love have to have some rest

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