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Sonnet IX

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Sonnet IX by Hartley Coleridge is a beautifully written piece that captures the essence of love and heartache. The poet's use of language is eloquent and poignant, drawing readers in with its emotional depth and lyrical quality.

In this sonnet, Coleridge explores the complexities of love and the pain of unrequited feelings. The imagery he employs is vivid and evocative, painting a vivid picture of the speaker's inner turmoil and longing. The metaphor of the "sweet spring that bore no flower" perfectly encapsulates the bittersweet nature of love that is never fully realized.

Overall, Sonnet IX is a moving and thought-provoking piece of poetry that will resonate with anyone who has experienced the ache of unfulfilled love. Coleridge's skillful crafting of language and his keen insight into the human heart make this sonnet a timeless and enduring work of art.

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volunteers bring you 13 recordings of Sonnet IX by Hartley Coleridge.
This was a Weekly Poetry project for September 20, 2020.
Hartley Coleridge, was an English poet, biographer, essayist, and teacher. He was the eldest son of the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge. His sister Sara Coleridge was a poet and translator, and his brother Derwent Coleridge was a scholar and author. Hartley was named after the philosopher David Hartley. A pair of Weekly Poems celebrate his birthday this Sunday. - Summary by Wikipedia

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