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To Melancholy

To Melancholy

  

by Charlotte Smith

Analysis: Steaminess Rating

Exactly how steamy is this poem?

G

Sorry to disappoint you, Shmoopers, but even though this is a sonnet, there's not a lot of steamy lovin' going on in this poem. If you want a Romantic-era poem with more steaminess, you should try Byron

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