The Mower's Song quotations - Andrew Marvell

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'my mind was once..
..the true survey of all these meadows fresh and gay'
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'and in the greenness of the grass...
...did see its hopes as in a glass'
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mower's refrain
'when Juliana came, and she, what I do to, does to my thoughts and me'
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relationship with nature begins to deteriorate
'but these while I with sorrow pine, grew more luxuriant still and fine'
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'unthankful meadows,
...could you so, a fellowship so true forgo'
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'but what you in compassion ought...
...shall now in my revenge be wrought'
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'and flowr's and grass..
..and I and all will in one common ruin fall'
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'and thus ye meadows, which have been..
..companions of my thoughts more green'
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'shall now the..
..heraldry become which with I will adorn my tomb'
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...did see its hopes as in a glass'

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'and in the greenness of the grass...

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'when Juliana came, and she, what I do to, does to my thoughts and me'

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'but these while I with sorrow pine, grew more luxuriant still and fine'

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...could you so, a fellowship so true forgo'

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