The Good Morrow

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The Good Morrow 

  • Love poem relating to Anne Moore, suggesting that love lasts forever. 'Good Morrow' meaning Good Morning
  • 'till we loved. Were we not weaned till then?' rhetorical question : suggesting he cannot imagine not being in love with her. 
  • 'But sucked on country pleasures, childishly' suggesting they are now passed being immature and childlike with innocence and are now ready to feel a real love for each other. 
  • 'Or snorted we in the 'seven sleepers' den?' meaning snoring and being relaxed. Biblical reference - cave where christians were impronised. Suggests no one can get them.
  • 'Which I desired, and got, 'twas but a dream of thee.' showing hes forgotten about all previous girls he's been with and now only thinks of the true love he has with

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