Shakespeare In Shakespeare's Sonnet 30 By William Shakespeare

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"Sonnet 30”, a classic poem written by the author William Shakespeare, showing the struggling past of the author. In his poem, he uses the Shakespearian sonnet form (also throughout the other 154 poems) to write his sonnet. In this analysis essay, I will be comparing my poem “Wandering Spring”, to the Shakespearean sonnet 30. I will be interpreting the reasons of me using the elements, figurative and sensory language that I chose for my own written poem. Showing the effect of the elements that I chose, also the effect of using the structure, “Shakespearian form”, how did it effect the poem and the audiences?
The poem created by myself “Wandering spring”, is a very positive, joyful poem. Unlike the poem written my Shakespeare, “Sonnet 30” shows more of a negative feeling. In my poem, I talked about the coming, the happiness of spring. In sonnet 30, the author is writing about the struggling past of himself. In my poem, I have included quite a bit of sensory language. For example, “The sun, lightening up the long bleak nights”, the purpose of me including the since of sight is to show the reader what was it like when spring overcomes the darkness of the winter. Unlike sonnet 30, in my poem, I used sensory devices to make the poem feel positive for example “…the sweet and precious honey.” It is describing the fresh and tasty honey of the new season of spring. In sonnet 30, Shakespeare, uses a minority of sensory devices but they all serve the same purpose. “I Sigh the lack of
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