The Theme of John Donne’s “The Good-Morrow”

The Theme of John Donne’s “The Good-Morrow”
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Sub Topics: The concentration of thought and compression style marks John Donne’s “The Good-Morrow” as a metaphysical poem

Key Words: metaphysical poem ,true passion of love, oneness in love , concentration of thought , compression style , metaphysical conceits , scholastic , intellectual approach to the subject of love

John Donne’s The Good Morrow is a characteristic metaphysical poem which deals with the theme of love -a strong and true passion of love. After this souls walking up the lover and the beloved are consumed with the passion of love and they became one. In fact, oneness in love triumph over all earthly mutability and morality and shines ever in mutual attachment a love which does not deal with the body but in the bond between the bond souls of the lovers. The concentration of thought and compression style marks it as a metaphysical poem. The metaphysical conceits are drawn from geography mythology scholastic and philosophy and an intellectual approach to the subject of love make the poem a metaphysical poem.
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