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That night when joy began

That night when joy began A. Our narrowest veins to flush, B. We waited for the flash B. Of morning's leveled gun. A. But morning let us pass, C. Joy begins, but is followed by a comma, as if the lovers do not trust that it will last. And the "gun" that is supposed to ruin them is definite, as it is. That night when joy began. By W. H. Auden () That night when joy began. Our narrowest veins to flush, We waited for the flash. Of morning's levelled.

W H Auden is talking about how when something really good happens, we usually expect that it won't last. (Remember that Auden was more or. That night when joy began Our narrowest veins to flush, We waited for the flash Of morning's levelled gun. But morning let us pass, And day by. That night when joy began. Language: English That night when joy began [ The rest of this text is not currently in the database but.

The rhyme pattern in "That night when joy began" is complex and extremely detailed. However, if the last words of each line in the first stanza. That Night when joy began”. Patrick Lawrence. Title. Slideshow by tiana. That night when joy began Our narrowest veins to flush, We waited for the flash Of morning's leveled gun. But morning let us pass, And day by day relief. That night when joy began. Our narrowest veins to flush, We waited for the flash. Of morning's leveled gun. But morning let us pass, And day by.