"A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning" by John Donne

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English

 

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Erin C

 

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September 9, 2015

 

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In stanza three then he states that it is the connection at the mind which is important to a devoted love, and that when this emotional connection of the souls is attained then "eyes, lips, and hands," are less to miss. Donne uses a compass to create a visual metaphor for their love. Although the two feet may be far apart, they are constantly joined in the center...
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Although the two feet may be far apart, they are constantly joined in the center. This connection at the center is representative of the mental connection which is found at the center of true or refined love. Regardless of how far apart the feet of the compass may move, or how far apart lovers may travel, the connection which is the center of their relationship serves to hold and bring them back together...
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