Emotions In Sonnet 29 And 30

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A couple of emotions that are present throughout both Sonnet 29 and 30 are sorrow, sadness and grievance. Some ways these emotions are expressed are through his tone. For example in Sonnet 29 he is expressing that he is expressing throughout lines 1-8 that he is upset that he is an outcast, he wishes that he was like most people. He wishes that he had good looks, friends, luck, skills and more opportunities and he wishes that he would think it’s weird to like the things he enjoys most. And in Sonnet 30 he has turned from that poem in away. He says in lines 1-4 he says that he sits in silence to remember the past and he gets depressed that he never got any of those things he once strives for and adds more tears to the ones he cried in Sonnet 29 for wasting time. Him doing all this is causing him…show more content…
In Sonnet 71 He is saying that he only wants his love to morn over him when she is at his funeral. And when she reads this he needs her to forget who wrote it and know that he loves her so much that he needs her to move on. That if she holds onto him she will not ever be happy and he needs her to be so the towns people don’t make any more fun of her as much as they already have for loving someone so much older than she is, that she must be blind to have not known this was coming in the first place. In Sonnet 73 it is saying that when you look at him you can see all the seasons whether it is the yellow leaves or the birds singing on the bare branches waiting for the cold to end. You scan see the twilight in the sky as the sun already set and is slowly turning into a dark night which is equivalent to death that closes up on everyone’s everlasting sleep. He says in him you can see the amber on top of a fire that is about to die out which is equivalent to someone laying on their
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