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Translations - From the French - Poems - Rondel Post by :james72766 Category :Poems Author :Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Date :June 2011 Read :2512

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Rondel


BY JEAN FROISSART

Love, love, what wilt thou with this heart of mine?
Naught see I fixed or sure in thee!
I do not know thee,--nor what deeds are thine:
Love, love, what wilt thou with this heart of mine?
Naught see I fixed or sure in thee!

Shall I be mute, or vows with prayers combine?
Ye who are blessed in loving, tell it me:
Love, love, what wilt thou with this heart of mine?
Naught see I permanent or sure in thee!

Content: From the French: Rondel (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem Translations)

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