Beauty, midnight, vision dies; (31)
Nothing lasts forever in this poem or in the world. It's not just human
beings who die. Beauty doesn't last forever, nor do our visions. Even
midnight "dies" every night.
Find the mortal world enough (36)
The speaker asks his sleeping beloved to be satisfied with their earthly
life. He says that their world and their love are enough for both of
them; they don't need a god or supernatural powers.