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Song: Eternity of Love Protested

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Thomas Carew's Song: Eternity of Love Protested is a beautiful and moving piece of poetry that strikes the reader right in the heart. Carew's words are both powerful and delicate, conveying the everlasting nature of love in a way that is both timeless and relevant.

The imagery used in the poem is vivid and evocative, painting a picture of a love that transcends time and space. The language is lyrical and emotive, drawing the reader in and creating a sense of intimacy and connection with the speaker.

Overall, Song: Eternity of Love Protested is a stunning piece of poetry that explores the depths of human emotion and the enduring power of love. Carew's talent as a poet shines through in this work, leaving a lasting impression on the reader long after the final words are read.

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Thomas Carew was one of the Cavalier poets, a group associated with the unfortunate King Charles I, who was a notable connoisseur of poetry. Other poets in this school included Robert Herrick, Richard Lovelace. John Suckling and Ben Jonson. Carew’s verse generally eschews epic and grandiose subjects, and focuses on more intimate and profane matters. In the words of Edmund Gosse: “Carew's poems, at their best, are brilliant lyrics of the purely sensuous order.” - Summary by Algy Pug

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