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Posted by Jeannette Briscoe on October 15, 19104 at 06:06:15:
A tribute to a grieving friend? Ode to a lover? Any ideas on the true nature of this poem?
"A heart whose love is innocent"....lends itself to the conclusion that Byron was mourning an unrequited love...or a woman he could have had but did not wish to corrupt...though personally I would have thought the latter would have been out of charatcer.
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