Am fred Morgan a medical doctor by profession.. am loving and gentle man hopping to meet with a good woman to be my life partner..
In spite of its title, this very sweet sixteen-line poem has nothing to do with philosophy, as far as I can see. Instead, it promulgates one of the oldest arguments of a swain to a maid: "All the world is in intimate contact - water, wind, mountains, moonbeams, even flowers. What about you?" Since "Nothing in the world is single," he says with multiple examples, "What is all this sweet work worth / If thou kiss not me?" Interestingly, the lover's proof of the "law divine" of mingling delicately omits any reference to animals and their mingling behavior. In any case, I hope it worked for him.
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