Please provide an analysis of Sir Thomas Wyatt's poem "I have sought long with steadfastness."
This poem, which is also titled, "That Right Cannot Govern Fancy," and describes the attempts of the speaker to win the heart of a particularly cruel woman. Even though the poem begins by stating how the speaker has sought the affections of this woman with "steadfastness," note how these affections are met:
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