anonymous
  • anonymous
can somebody please summarize the main idea of this sonnet by John Davies?? Sonnet in the comments ...
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anonymous
  • anonymous
"Although we do not all the good we love" Although we do not all the good we love, But still, in love, desire to do the same; Nor leave the sins we hate, but hating move Our soul and body's powers their powers to tame; The good we do God takes as done aright, That we desire to do he takes as done; The sin we shun he will with grace requite, And not impute the sin we seek to shun. But good desires produce no worser deeds, For God doth both together lightly give, Because he knows a righteous man must needs By faith, that works by love, forever live. Then to do nought but only in desire Is love that burns, but burns like painted fire.
Coolguy34
  • Coolguy34
it talks about love throughout the whole sonnet.
Coolguy34
  • Coolguy34
so that should give you an idea of what the main idea is.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I understand that but... is talking about Gods love, or our love?
Coolguy34
  • Coolguy34
love in general
anonymous
  • anonymous
m okay, that helped a bit... Thank You :)
Coolguy34
  • Coolguy34
you're welcome please medal
Coolguy34
  • Coolguy34
thank you
anonymous
  • anonymous
you're welcome
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Coolguy34 would you consider the rhyme scheme as ABAB? I would
Coolguy34
  • Coolguy34
i would consider it abcd
anonymous
  • anonymous
see i thought about that too, but in the first 4 stanzas same and tame rhyme so would it be ABCB?? Although we do not all the good we love, -a But still, in love, desire to do the same; -b Nor leave the sins we hate, but hating move -c Our soul and body's powers their powers to tame;-b The good we do God takes as done aright, That we desire to do he takes as done; The sin we shun he will with grace requite, And not impute the sin we seek to shun. But good desires produce no worser deeds, For God doth both together lightly give, Because he knows a righteous man must needs By faith, that works by love, forever live. Then to do nought but only in desire Is love that burns, but burns like painted fire.
Coolguy34
  • Coolguy34
@hyperlunatic why did you run away from the math chat when i said hi abb0t?
anonymous
  • anonymous
love in general

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