"A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning" by John Donne

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The compass metaphor seems to suggest also that the two lovers gather their strength from one another, as the one foot stays planted ensuring which "makes my circle just." In feeding strength to and from each other, their separation simply allows them to express and experience their love in a new and equally positive way, knowing that eventually they will end up where they began...
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He insists that a true connection of souls allows for separation to be a positive experience, very full of love. The assurance which is held between two lovers allows for separation to be painless, and embodies the power and strength of such a connection...
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