And cheat of any laughter For with the dream foregone, foregone, The deed foreborn forever, The worm Regret will canker on, And time will turn him never. … O, gather me the rose, the rose, While yet in flower we find it, For summer smiles, but summer goes, And winter waits behind it! So were it well to love, my love, And cheat of any laughter The fate beneath us, and above, The dark before and after. This poem really grabs my heart and makes me want to cry. O gather me the rose, the rose, While yet in flower we find it, For summer smiles, but summer goes, And winter waits behind it. No. I can somewhat understand the poem O Gather Me The Rose by William Ernest Henley but some parts I can't like: Line 7 "the worm, regret, will canker on, Line 8 " and time will turn him never" If you can give me a line by line explenation it'll help a lot. The information we provided is prepared by means of a special computer program. So were it well to love, my love, And cheat of any laughter The fate beneath us, and above,

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