La Belle Dame sans Merci, John Keats

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In La Belle Dame sans Merci, stanza 4;

      I met a lady in the meads, 

      Full beautifu-a faery's child,

     Her hair was long, her foot was light,

     And her eyes were wild.

The pairs contrast-lady (pure) becomes faery (dangerous.) This is reinforced by the only rhyme in the stanza-innocnce and experience?


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