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On Monsieur's Departure is an Elizabethan poem attributed to Elizabeth I. It is written in the ... I seem stark mute, but inwardly do prate. ... In the first stanza Elizabeth means that she hides strong unhappiness and love (of Anjou) in favour of an appearance of cool and ... This poem differs from poems such as, “My Lute, Awake!

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Sir Thomas Wyatt: Poems study guide contains a biography of Thomas ... Sir Thomas Wyatt: Poems Summary and Analysis of 'My Lute, Awake!' ... The song will be cyclical – ending as it begins – and when the song is finished, ... He says he is 'past remedy' meaning beyond cure, beyond hope or, more ...

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'My Lute, Awake!' is a poem by Sir Thomas Wyatt. It relates the thoughts of a ... ' Spoil,' in this case, meaning captured treasure or profits. He goes on to warn her  ...

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My lute awake! perform the last. ... My lute be still, for I have done. As to be heard where ear is none,. As lead ... The rocks do not so cruelly. Repulse the waves ...

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My Lute Awake Analysis Sir Thomas Wyatt critical analysis of poem, review school overview. Analysis of the poem. literary terms. Definition terms. Why did he ...

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What is the figurative meaning Sir Thomas Wyatt's poem "My Lute, Awake!"? ... For instance, Wyatt's poem “Goo burnyng sighes” [“Go Burning Sighs”] on the ...

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That by no means it may be amended? Then revenge you ... For to my mouth the first my heart did suck;. The next ..... My lute awake! perform the last. Labour that ...

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Sep 10, 2009 ... It's a convention that a poet will refer to his muse as his "lute", his "lyre" or his " song": it doesn't usually mean a musical accompaniment.

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... to Hunt," so we'll give you a few snippets from some of Wyatt's other poems just so you can see. ... In a poem such as "Lux, My Fair Falcon," for example, Wyatt says nothing about hunting, but the ... the speaker as "Dear heart" (the speaker puns on "hart," a word that also means "deer"). In another poem ("My Lute, Awake !