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11/13/2018

Summary of "The Good Morrow" by John Donne

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Lines 1—7 
I swear, I am surprised, what you and I did before we fall in love with each other. Perhaps we were then so little kids that we used to suck our mother' breast. Perhaps, we were very small children and passed time in rustic pleasurs. Or, perhaps, we slept very deeply like the seven brothers who passed two hundred years in deep sleep. Perhaps, we were so before we fall in love. However, in comparison to the pleasure we’re fancies. Because if ever I had dreamt any beautiful woman it was only you.

Lines 8—14
Since we have become aware that we are in love with each other, welcome to it. Now we have no double about each other. Because when a person falls in love with any other person, the power of true love prevents him of her from failing in love with other man or woman. In such a case, the lovers become so content that they feel that their limited space is the whole world. The sea explorers may discover new islands and cartographers may added to their maps new islands, but we are pleased to have our own world; we need nothing more. Each of us have one world but we together make a single world.

Lines 15—21 
After failing in love, your image is in my eyes, and my image is in your eyes, and our true and simple faith in each other has been reflected in our faces. Where are two better hemispheres in which there are no frozen area or sunsetting? (We are like two hemispheres but we don’t have freezing cold area or in constant temperature). When several elements are mixed in wrong proportion they don’t long last. We have equal intensity of passion or right proportion of passion in our love, and so , our love will never die, even after our death.

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