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do you know what's the titile of this poem?
(Love is ill suited with peace and rest;
Soon and reproaches become in best,
Rebuke gives strenght to his tongue and blame
Wakes the dull spark to a brighter flame.
(this is just the first stanza of the poem because it's very long, the author in the book is jami, a persian poet but it's hard to analyze what the whole poem means)
can somebody help me a site where i can find this poem? i have to make a literary analysis with this poem...
thank you very much...hope you can help me...

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  1. According to
    http://books.google.com/books?id=yUmIsJDovjgC&pg=PA223&lpg=PA223&dq=%22wakes+the+dull+spark+to+a+brighter+flame%22&source=web&ots=P1yZzYN5_j&sig=7RhGlvqt2X2gyn0JN2u8OJ0Hl7Q&hl=en ,
    the title of the poem is "The Women of Memphis."

    You will also find the text of the poem there. You have a few misspellings.

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