Give meaning of
'That falls in well with mine  and certes brought' in poem if thou must love me

Asked by lovemaan5500 | 24th Nov, 2017, 06:24: AM

Expert Answer:

The poetess asks her lover to love her not for the sake of love, but truthfully and unconditionally. She has tried to explain that appearances will change and so will all outward countenances. he also tells him that he may find some of her qualities compatible and appealing to him. He could one particular day discover great convergence in their thoughts, but these traits must not beckon him to her. But the poet forbids him to show those as reasons for his love.

Answered by  | 24th Nov, 2017, 04:19: PM

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