It calls those who quit “The summer soldier and the sunshine warrior” , this was because they could not handle the winter, they could only last the summer. It also says “Tyranny, like hell,” this is because leaving is like giving up on your country. ( document D) In the diary entrance, it holds more reasons to stay. If Waldo, the author, could stay I could too.Waldo was sick, but he didn't leave because he wasn't a coward. (document C) In conclusion, I would stay, I would not be a coward and leave my country, and give up on possible
In verse one of “The Passionate Shepherd to his Love”, Christopher Marlowe gets straight to the point by saying, “Come live with me”. This shows just how passionate the shepherd is and then there is a pause where he goes on to say, “…and be my love”. This is more of a gentle tone and softens what has just been said. In the last two lines of this stanza, Marlowe lists all the things the Nymph and the shepherd will do together, and by listing them, he is making it seem as though there is an amazing variety of landscape to enjoy. These areas he is listing are all dramatic, natural pleasures and have not been changed by man, nothing is artificial.
He feels the divine presence in the nature that soothes him out of his “weariness” (stanza 2 line 25). Also, he certainly does see nature as the ultimate creator and himself as her worshipper. (Duncan. S Wordsworth and Nature: Growing Old Together in "Tintern Abbey"). According to Sara Duncan, Wordsworth uses devotional words in a very naturalistic mode to describe nature.
From the first lines of the poem, the speaker suggests that all he needs is a physical look from her eyes from him to pledge and commit his love for her. This poem is a love poem; however, it is more about an unrequited love and infatuation with the idea of Celia rather than being a true representation of true love. The poem, “A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning,” written by John Donne begins to show a better representation of true love. Donne uses many metaphors throughout the poem in order to demonstrate that time and distance do not change or alter true love. The poem begins with the speaker indicating to his beloved that he must leave and they will be forced to spend some
It conveys the attribute of the unconditional love between mother and son in the form of filial love. This is contrasted by Robert Browning’s dramatic monologue, ‘My Last Duchess’ which expresses the infatuated love between the Duke’s obsessive nature towards his duchess. The Duke treats the Duchess materialistically, as if she was an object. This poem was published in 1842 in a book of poems titled Dramatic Lyrics. ‘La Belle Dame sans Merci’
There are numerous intriguing works of literature from the Renaissance period. Among these works are the pastoral poems “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love” by Christopher Marlowe and “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd” by Walter Raleigh. The two poems are telling the same story or talking about the same ideas from two different people’s perspectives. A shepherd is talking to his beloved in “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love,” and his lover responds to him in “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd.” The two speakers have two drastically different outlooks and views of their lives. The speaker in “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love” by Marlowe speaks from a more idyllic perspective while the speaker in “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd” by Raleigh takes on a more realistic perspective, with both being influenced by the era and areas they live in.
Raleigh uses the imagery of sight to show that some of the gifts that the shepherd offers will die. The roses, posies, and other flowers he offers will perish and become nothing with time. The scenery of the fields will become barren and cold when winter comes, representing the harsh reality that the shepherd and nymph will have to eventually face. Like love, all the gifts that the shepherd offers are momentary and cannot last
How to make own love quote by using daily lives? Love quote is a great way of expressing love to special person in life. Love quotes can touch a special person in such a way that makes hair on straight up in back stand and put butterfly in stomach. When the love quotes are written with integrity and honesty, then truly has emotion and power that special person feelings and expressed with love. These will become great and remember the words forever; because of love is something that everyone can identify with this planet.
Mary M. Nilan believes that the reason for lack of communication in society is because that the concept of love has demolished (128). Jerry in The Zoo Story says that " if we can so misunderstand, well then, why have we invented the word love in the first place?" (36). Jerry 's inability to communicate with the landlady 's dog and Peter, drove him to
Kalidasa paints a story using nature, and he depicts how love occurs in nature, and how man and nature love each other. The present paper deals with the representation of the relationship between man and nature, in the play. Key words: harmony, human nature, nature, benignity, harmony, etc. INTRODUCTION Literature is profoundly rooted in nature. The pristine nature serves as an important source of inspiration for writers, and all great writers of