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British love poems by Donne and Dryden

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Poems by William Shakespeare, John Donne and John Dryden are exemplified.

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"The Flea" by John Donne

Take a look at "The Flea." It's a really neat poem that describes the love between a man and the woman. He does it in such an unusually clever way. He has a flea bite the two of them and then describes the mixing of the blood within the body of the flea. He uses the flea's body as ...

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British love poems are compared.

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