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Oh mother, mother, where is happiness? They took my lover's tallness off to war, Left me lamenting. Now I cannot guess What I can use an empty heart-cup for. He won't be coming back here any more. Some day the war will end, but, oh, I knew When he went walking grandly out that door That my sweet love would have to be untrue. Would have to be untrue. Would have to court Coquettish death, whose impudent and strange Possessive arms and beauty (of a sort) Can make a hard man hesitate--and change. And he will be the one to stammer, "Yes." Oh mother, mother, where is happiness? I

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what is the question?
1. What has happened to make the speaker ask, where is hapiness
what does the speaker predict will happen to her lover

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What metaphor does the speker use in line 4 to help you visualize her feeling of loss? According to lines 9-12, how does the speaker know her lover will be untrue. In what unusual way does the speakr personify her rival, death? what do you think the speaker means by deaths beauty(of a sort)
The metaphor in line 4 that is used is an empty cup. If you have an empty cup what can you do with it?
I'm sure this is romeo and juliet

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