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Compare A Red Red Rose to So Well Go No More A-Roving How do they convey feelings of desire and loss Both a Red Red Rose and so well go no more a-roving are wrote in ballad form They are romantic poems about desire loss and regret So well go no more a-roving L1 is to be spoken with regret in a melancholic tone Byron knows and accepts that he can no longer go out So late into the night L2 he shrugs of his wanting with the use of the word So but the desire is still there even though it can no longer be achieved Though the heart still be as loving And the moon still be as bright L3-4 Even though the moon is old like him it can still stay out late into the night The moon is a representation for Byron still being young of mind his emotional will and desire to go out are still as bright as they were when he was young Now he is too old to do all of these things he used to do and still wants to do Byron is reminiscing about his past and looking back wishingdesiring that he can do them all over again and relive the experiences once again unfortunately he knows that this is not possible and is regretful over this For the sword outwears its sheath L5 this represents how Byron was in his youthfulness his ability to dual stand up for his self and generally take part in energetic activities Even though Byron still wants to do all of these things and in spirit he is still able but his body is too worn to let him And the soul wears out the breast L6 Byrons soul will last forever wanting to stay
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