Sort these key quotes with correct techniques. 

Why does the poet mention many elements of nature? 

Why is the poem short and concise? 

Why does the poem have a regular structure and regular rhyme scheme? 

Why does Shelley make effective use of half-rhyme in lines 1 and 3 (river/ever) and lines 9 and 11 (heaven/forgiven) ? 

This is a very [[persuasive]] poem, where the speaker tries to convince a love interest that she should be with [[him]]. It starts by emphasising how all things in the world are mingled and mixed, and that nothing is [[single]]. - He then draws on religious imagery and the 'law divine' to warn her that their relationship is [[God]]'s wish, and that she cannot possibly [[deny]] him.