Sonnet II: Not At First Sight poem by Sir Philip Sidney

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Poem Sonnet II: Not At First Sight by sir philip sidney. You can see more Sir Philip Sidney poems and quotes. Also enjoy funny, love, friendship, family poems. You can see more famous poems by this author : The Bargain, Sonnet XX: Fly, Fly, My Friends, Sonnet XXX: Whether The Turkish New Moon, Sonnet XV: You That Do Search, Sonnet V: It Is Most True, . Poems by Sir Philip Sidney

Sonnet II: Not At First Sight by Sir Philip Sidney

Not at first sight, nor with a dribbed shot
Love gave the wound, which while I breathe will bleed;
But known worth did in mine of time proceed,
Till by degrees it had full conquest got:

I saw and liked, I liked but loved not;
I lov’d, but straight did not what Love decreed.
At length to love’s decrees I, forc’d, agreed,
Yet with repining at so partial lot.

Now even that footstep of lost liberty
Is gone, and now like slave-born Muscovite
I call it praise to suffer tyranny;

And now employ the remnant of my wit
To make myself believe that all is well,
While with a feeling skill I paint my hell.

Sir Philip Sidney

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