What is an analysis of Thomas Wyatt's poem "And Wilt Thou Leave Me Thus," and who is it dedicated to?
Let us start with analyzing the poem's basic structure. The poem is comprised of four stanzas. Each stanza is six lines long, which is a sextain in poetry language. What is unique about each sextain is that each one contains a tercet. A tercet is a set of three lines. The lines do not have to always rhyme, but Wyatt makes his tercet stand out within each stanza by having the same rhyme:
That hath given thee my heartNever for to depart,Nother for pain nor smart;
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