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Unformatted text preview: to forget about the deer but he keeps drawing himself towards the deer, but the deer tends to run away. He tries as hard as possible but she keeps fleeing away from him. He becomes weak along the way, and decides to give up. The third quatrain speaks of anyone who wishes to hunt the deer will never succeed because she is impossible to capture. This quatrain is the most important because he reveals the actual character of the deer, who is a woman he loves. The couplet explains why the author can’t “hunt” her because she belongs to Caesar. The poem illustrates an example of unrequited love, which means unreturned love. The author is seeking for love with a woman that belongs to Caesar; therefore he is unsuccessful in his hunt....
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- Spring '10
- Sonnet, Poetic form, Deer, Thomas Wyatt the younger