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Title: 17th Century Seduction Poems Are Relevant In The 21st Century

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Subject: English
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Date: April 1, 2001
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"While the youthful hue/ Sits on thy skin like morning dew/ And while thy willing soul transpires?" (33-35), he writes, proposing that while they are both young and willing, they should have sex. He then suggests the type of sexual activity they participate in: "Let us roll all our strength and all/ Our sweetness into one ball" (41-42) suggesting what is known in modern terms as sixty-nine...

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He then suggests the type of sexual activity they participate in: "Let us roll all our strength and all/ Our sweetness into one ball" (41-42) suggesting what is known in modern terms as sixty-nine. Many of the tools Marvell used in his poem "To His Coy Mistress" to seduce women are utilized in this century...

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