First, passionate love is conveyed in the spatial metaphor of loving with “the depth and breadth and height my soul can reach.” Here, love is a substance that fills up and infatuates the speaker, creating a powerful drive that forces her to express it. This spatial love is overwhelming and grand, which establishes the passionate and fervent tone of the poem. Then, the speaker moves on to describe a more tender and companionate
Another wonderful poet of his or her time was Emily Dickinson. Now when people look at her they can see how much she was ahead of her time. Even while her father looked through her poems, people realized that she was a glorious writer. In Emily Dickinson’s writings, she was able to portray many ideas such as: human understanding as something boundless or unlimited, small and limited, and the view of the individual self. In Emily Dickinson’s poems, she is able to portray the human understanding as something boundless or unlimited.
This creates a melancholic tone, which is heavy-hearted but not quite sad or depressed, and connects to the theme that love distorts the rest of the world. The tone that Shelley creates in his poem “Love’s Philosophy” is entranced. He uses a considerable amount of religious phrases, such as “the winds of heaven mix forever / With a sweet emotion”, showing how the speaker is almost spellbound, both by the person they love, and the very idea of love itself (Shelley 3-4). This connects to Shelley’s theme of love being desirable to
The world has enjoyed poetry and music for centuries. Lyrics and Stanzas are powerful in how they inspire the people who appreciate them. Literary elements reveal the main message. One element is repetition, especially used in music in the chorus line, the message of the piece. Another element is metaphor, used to compare unlike things that go together in the context of the piece.
On the surface, Emily Dickinson’s poem #605 seems to be an unconvincing declaration of life, but with the appliance of more neglected etymologies the piece describes a journey characterized by growth of self-assurance and inner power. The keyword “alive” gives the poem new breadth when considering the “Of a fire, flame, or spark: burning, not extinguished” definition alongside the standard “having life, living” definition. This etymological application accentuates the text’s reddish, fiery shades which expose the reader to the more enthusiastic and passionate undertones of the text. The incorporation of this alternate meaning reaches the peak of its depth in the final stanza. When placing the new meaning side by side with the standard definition,
Being in love is like an ocean; the further out one goes the deeper it becomes. In the poem “To My Dear and Loving Husband” we get a sense of how deep and real her love is for her husband. Bradstreet gives us an insight to her and her husband’s relationship and how deep and strong their love has become. She uses hyperbole and biblical allusions to convey how great their love is. First, Bradstreet expresses that her husband’s love is worth more than the most expensive materials through the use of a hyperbole.
In the lines; “Then to love and be loved” (6), “But we loved with a love that was more than love--” (9), and “With a love that the wings seraphs of heaven” (11) he repeats forms of the word love to portray the narrator’s and his beloved’s passionate love they once shared. In every stanza Poe repeats “kingdom by the sea”(2,8, 14, 20, 31). He does this to emphasize the memories and time he and his love spent there together. The most repeated phrase throughout the poem is “Annabel Lee”(4, 10, 16,
A different kind of imagery that is found in the poem is sibilance. The use of sibilance occurs “where thoughts serenely sweet express”(11). In this line, the author first personifies thoughts performing the act of expressing something, then in the next three words uses serenely, sweet, and express; all of these words have the gentle “s” sound that sibilance creates. There is a sense of spice in the use of sibilance as well as gentle sounds, encouraging the lust for the woman. Another example of personification is provided when Byron describes the “smiles” and “tints” that “tell of days in goodness spent”(15-16).The affection toward the girl that Byron is focusing on is reintroduced when he talks about her smile and
The memory of love in someone 's mind has always been found in someone 's poetry. It is hard to deny that poetry is one of the most fascinating writing and creative arts. There are so many poets in the history that get perceived as an admirable poet. It is not surprising that Ezra Pound is one of them because he had written the most beautiful poetry which is called The River-Merchant 's Wife: A Letter. This poetry is the glorious one that expresses the unspoken feelings of someone who have to separate from the lover into a love letter.
Galathea’s dynamic relationships emphasize love’s divinity and power, and his use of eye imagery shows that love is a spiritual experience that can change people for the better or for the worse. As Lyly sets the stage for Galathea, he brings the audience to a world that often personified and deified love:
”Mostly, Mariam is in Laila’s own heart where she shines with the bursting radiance of a thousand sun.” (Hosseini 414). This quote comes almost at the ends of the novel, it is the most powerful sentence that shows how much Miriam has affected Laila’s whole life, even Mariam died but Laila remembers her forever.In Laila’s heart, no one can replace Mariam.This is best ending for both of them, the power of love between Mariam and Laila effect on lots of people. Mariam’s love inspires Laila to do positive things and pay their love forward to those in