Christopher Marlowe

(26 February 1564 - 30 May 1593 / Canterbury, England)

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The Passionate Shepherd to his Love


Come live with me and be my love,
And we will all the pleasures prove
That valleys, groves, hills, and fields,
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  • Veteran Poet - 4,890 Points * Sunprincess * (6/30/2014 5:07:00 PM)

    ..............a beautiful invitation....should definitely be on a valentine's card....loved... (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 43 Points Bright Morn (12/4/2013 8:42:00 AM)

    a very beautiful poem. the love is felt deep inside heart and the rhythm with its beats (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 15 Points Becka Rhodes (11/15/2013 7:31:00 AM)

    My response poem!

    You seem so charming
    You seem so strong
    But what you are offering is wrong
    Love to you is only temporary
    Love to me is eternity
    You only want me till flowers die
    Not forever by your side
    With love you cannot forever hide

    You offer a bed of roses to me
    Soon they will wither and die
    Where do I sleep then?
    Outside on the cold ground?

    If this love wasn’t temporary
    If this love was true
    I would have been glad to have met you
    But because it’s temporary
    And not so true,
    I’ll have to pass this time
    I’ll say toodaloo (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 15 Points Arnav Gogoi (6/6/2013 1:49:00 AM)

    A love poem that can never be forgotten. Marlowe had truly penned down the essence of true love and its feelings in this poem. After all, what's love without passion for your lover....If you go by the flow of the poem, you will find yourself being carried to the heart of the poem which is full of love, desire and the earnest plea of love to be together..... (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 124 Points Sidi Mahtrow (12/4/2010 5:23:00 AM)

    Marlowe escaped to France to avoid sure death in England. It is appropriate to quote a few lines from the Kingston Trio's Rasberries, Strawberries...
    'An old man returns to Paris
    as ev'ry old man must
    He finds the winter winds blow cold
    His dreams have turned to dust... (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 156 Points Ramesh T A (12/4/2009 1:05:00 AM)

    Head to foot beautification of the lady love by this lover is something naturally beautiful and surely will make any bride accept her lover willingly without fail! (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 156 Points Anjali Mandokhot (12/4/2008 9:21:00 PM)

    Its beautifull and reminds of unearthly promises and vows of bringing stars and moon to one's beloved's feet to woo her.....nicely written lovely poem...thanx (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 492 Points Michael Pruchnicki (12/4/2008 10:03:00 AM)

    The responses to Marlowe's 'Passionate Shepherd' on this site range from the merely idiotic to the uncomprehending. So one thinks the poem to be 'too long',
    another that's it's not very well-written, and others seem to have missed Marlowe's point entirely. The best remedy is to read this poem in context with Raleigh's poem 'The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd.' Perhaps Sarkis Krikorian would benefit from such a reading, because Raleigh's 'Reply' depends on common sense, a practical woman's response to all the gush of a romantic male intent on achieving his desires. Shakespeare would probably have agreed with Raleigh in the matter of romantic love and its pitfalls. And Keats was a romantic, but one who recognized the dangers inherent in 'passionate love'! Read the 'The Eve of St. Agnes' as contrast to 'Ode on a Grecian Urn'! (Report) Reply

  • Freshman - 1,710 Points Is It Poetry (12/4/2008 7:46:00 AM)

    Hello...This poem was so romantic I am sorely tempted to quit the priest hood and marry to see what I'm missing....... :) (Report) Reply

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