Sir Thomas Wyatt: Poems Summary and Analysis of 'My Lute, Awake!' ... The first
five lines present the musician and his lute preparing to perform their last, wasted
, effort. ... GradeSaver will pay $10 for your Community Note contributions.
My lute awake! perform the last. Labour that thou and I shall waste,. And end that
I have now begun;. For when this song is sung and past,. My lute be still, for I ...
"My Lute Awake" is a poem by Sir Thomas Wyatt, an English writer and
ambassador to France and Italy for King Henry VIII. Wyatt is credited with bringing
I was unaware of the poem “Blame Not My Lute “ by Thomas Wyatt until I heard ...
that I can distinguish every word without having to refer to the program notes. ...
and ends as it began–with another Thomas Wyatt poem “My Lute Awake.”.
[Editor's Notes: List = like; The 'hind' in this poem is believed to be Anne ... My
Lute, Awake ... So that I am past remedy: Whereby my lute and I have done.
MY LUTE AWAKE ! * ...... 99 34. BLAME NOT MY LUTE . ... 143 NOTES TO THE
POEMS 149 INDEX TO FIRST LINES 179 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS Chambers ...
MY 1 lute, awake! perform the last ... My lute, be still, for I have done. ... Note 1. “
This Ode,” says Nott, “occurs in the Nugae Antiquae, vol. ii., p. 252, Ed. 1775, and
Wyatt's best songs and poems include "What No, Perdie," "Tagus, Farewell," "Lux
, My Fair Falcon," "Forget Not Yet," "Blame Not My Lute," "My Lute, Awake," "In ...
Wyatt, for instance, appears to talk to his lute ("My Lute, Awake") and Surrey
utters ... You will note that the manuscript versions of Wyatt's lyrics are
... My Galley, Charged with Forgetfulness · My Lute Awake · Of the Mean and ...
and Patricia Thomson (London: Routledge, 1969), who give especially full notes.