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  1. Jan 2021
    1. But for the common wages Of their most secret heart

      I am not sure if the poet is saying that he values love over all because the labour not for any other reason but love.

    2. rages

      The poets uses what would rather be a simple verb as a powerful verb to paint the picture of how the moon is the most outstanding object at night. This is probably to show that love can power through tough situation. But the moon has phases.

    1. which makes thy love more strong

      What was all along a sad message turns bittersweet.

    2. twilight of such day

      It seems eerie and yet lovely that the poet would say that the beloved sees him as the twilight of such a brutal day. When the sun's light fades away and the darkness creeps in. While most fantasize about love, the poet grabs the bull by its horns.