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Dante Gabriel Rossetti
The poem is written primarily in third-person omniscient point of view with first-person narration from the damozel's lover enclosed in parentheses.
The poem is written in the past tense. The damozel speaks in the future tense as she describes what she wants to happen in the future.
The blessed damozel is a young woman, or damsel, who has died and is now in Heaven.
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