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11/18/2018

Summary /Paraphrase of "How Do I Love Thee"

  Lines 1--4   She (the speaker) asks herself about the ways of her love for him. She proposes to count them. She loves him to the limit of God's infinite grace and His endless benevolence which cannot be seen but only can be felt with soul.    Lines 5--8  Her love for him is as essential as the things (oxygen, water etc) she spontaneously requires every monent of the day and night. Her love for him is free from fear or doubt ; she feels it is her birthright to love him. She loves him genuinely and does not expect any praise in return.    Lines 9--10  Her passion for him is as intense as her old sufferings. And her love is as blind as the faith she had in her childhood for God.     Lines 11--14  She loves him with the innocent love which she once had for the saints (but it is now lost because of growing up). She loves him with every atom of her life--with breath, smiles and tears. And she expects she will love him better after death (when there will be no physical existence).

Lines 1--4
She (the speaker) asks herself about the ways of her love for him. She proposes to count them. She loves him to the limit of God's infinite grace and His endless benevolence which cannot be seen but only can be felt with soul.

Lines 5--8
Her love for him is as essential as the things (oxygen, water etc) she spontaneously requires every monent of the day and night. Her love for him is free from fear or doubt ; she feels it is her birthright to love him. She loves him genuinely and does not expect any praise in return.

Lines 9--10
Her passion for him is as intense as her old sufferings. And her love is as blind as the faith she had in her childhood for God.

Lines 11--14
She loves him with the innocent love which she once had for the saints (but it is now lost because of growing up). She loves him with every atom of her life--with breath, smiles and tears. And she expects she will love him better after death (when there will be no physical existence).

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