- Biathanatos (1608)
- Pseudo-Martyr (1610)
- Ignatius His Conclave (1611)
- Devotions upon Emergent Occasions (1624)
- Poems (1633)
- 'An Anatomy of the World (1611)
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The Question and Answer section for John Donne: Poems is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
The lover is going away to war and thee is sadness. In the end he asks her not to fear any evil that may befall him while he is gone, and besides, they keep each other alive in their hearts and therefore are never truly parted.
The poet tells his beloved that he is not leaving because he is tired of the relationship—instead, he must go as a duty. After all, the sun departs each night but returns every morning, and he has a much shorter distance to travel.
I'm sorry, this is a short-answer question forum. We are unable to assist students with writing assignments. Canonization refers to the way Donne's love will become a canon of true love.... a principle or criteria for how love is defined.