“And if thou wilt, forget.”

Christina Rosetti's poem, "Song," fascinated me. In this poem, the speaker is telling a loved one not to mourn them when they die, because life will go on. Rosetti structured the poem in two stanzas, each presenting the idea of memory in a contrasting way. The title of the poem, "Song," works with the way … Continue reading “And if thou wilt, forget.”

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