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The Sick Rose

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  • The Sick Rose

    The Sick Rose
    O Rose thou art sick
    The invisible worm
    That flies in the night
    In the howling storm

    Has found out thy bed
    Of crimson joy
    And his dark secret love
    Does thy life destroy




    Summary
    The speaker, addressing a rose, informs it that it is sick. An “invisible” worm has stolen into its bed in a “howling storm” and under the cover of night. The “dark secret love” of this worm is destroying the rose’s life.



    Form
    The two quatrains of this poem rhyme ABCB. The ominous rhythm of these short, two-beat lines contributes to the poem’s sense of foreboding or dread and complements the unflinching directness with which the speaker tells the rose she is dying.


  • #2
    Dear brother, you all the love and the pill, I pen a line of creativity and pours us Abeer ...

    May Allaah help you all that is good and the sustenance of Paradise
    ....
    Your brother Alshlana

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    • #3
      Dear al Sahlani wish all the best for you

      Best regard for your sharing

      wish share us in the future more and more

      Many thanks dear brother

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      • #4
        Roses are very beautifull thing, so we have to care such a nice friend.

        many thanks dear spring

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        • #5
          Dear Master the light has been shone my little topic by your great sharing.

          wish you ok

          many thanks

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