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How might one interpret the poem "Forget Not Yet The Tried Intent," by Sir Thomas Wyatt?

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"Forget Not Yet" is a poem that is based around the desire of the speaker to commend himself to his lover as he talks about the many hardships he has faced and the sufferings he has endured to enable to recommend himself to her:

Forget not yet the great assays,

The cruel wrongs, the scornful ways,

The painful patience in denays

Forget not yet.

It appears from the pleading tone that runs throughout the poem that...

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