What does the speaker say in "I Find no Peace"?

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This poem is a translation of Petrarch's sonnet 104, "I find no peace, and yet I make no war."

In Wyatt's sonnet, as in Petrarch's, the narrator goes up and down emotionally because his beloved is toying with him. Therefore, he is caught in an emotionally agonizing bond, because he can't stop loving a person who is lukewarm about him. (Petrarch's sonnet express this more...

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