Which line is the volta of the following sonnet?
Sonnet: I said I splendidly loved you; it's not true by Rupert Brooke
I said I splendidly loved you; it's not true.Such long swift tides stir not a land-locked sea.On gods or fools the high risk falls -- on you --The clean clear bitter-sweet that's not for me.Love soars from earth to ecstasies unwist.Love is flung Lucifer-like from Heaven to Hell.But -- there are wanderers in the middle mist,Who cry for shadows, clutch, and cannot tellWhether they love at all, or, loving, whom:An old song's lady, a fool in fancy dress,Or phantoms, or their own face on the gloom;For love of Love, or from heart's loneliness.Pleasure's not theirs, nor pain. They doubt, and sigh,And do not love at all. Of these am I.
The clean clear bitter-sweet that's not for me.
And do not love at all. Of these am I.
Love is flung Lucifer-like from Heaven to Hell.
But -- there are wanderers in the middle mist,
Also called a turn, a _____________is a sudden change in thought, direction, or emotion near the conclusion of a sonnet