With a brave tone, it states, “i fear, no fate(for you are my fate,my sweet)i want, no world(for beautiful you are my world,my true)” (Cummings 5-7). Each of the poems are so powerful and express the theme of love in passionate ways. Although the poem, “Annabel Lee,” was a darker poem about losing someone, it still mentioned the theme of love and how it can take over a person. To add on, in the poem, “i carry your heart with me(i carry it in my heart),” was more of a warm poem about love and the happiness it brings. The theme of love is presented in both of the poems and the author want the reader to know that love can fill a person’s heart and heal it, but can also break it and leave a permanent scar.
However, Galatea and Acis are in love. Polymephus tries to do all that he can do to win Galatea’s affection, such as showering her with compliments, saying that she is “more playful than a young goat, smoother than seashells polished by unceasing waves”, even proclaiming to Galatea, “if you did not flee from me, you would be lovelier than a well-watered garden” (Ovid 463). Love in the pastoral is filled with these compliment, since the love seems to be very pure and passionate. . This idea exhibited the passion that the pastoral love typically takes on.
The first stanza starts off gently to the likelihood of what seems to be great. The love is categorized as a deeming and damning affection therefore mastering the hardship of what love is or is perceived to be. Looking at the first stanza, one is able to notice that it starts off very romantically. In line 1 the poet, Cynthia Zarin, refers to her man as ‘My heart’ and ‘my dove’. ‘My heart’ indicates how much the poet’s lover means to her as a heart is sustenance for life.
We are able to become conscious when we find out that we think, act, and feel different from others. Love is the finding out of the difference from others, and by recognizing and accepting it, mutual love is possible. Sharing the differences between people enables us to feel security, which is an emotion created by love. The title of the book, “Enduring Love”, is deeply intertwined with the love that is presented in the plot. From the appendices, Clarissa and Joe’s love could be seen as one that is imperishable.
Groundling, where fore art thou groundling. In the epitaph, “My Love for You Is So Embarrassingly” by Todd Boss, the speaker is stuck in an internal ponder between his head and his heart. The title alone emphasizes how grand his love is for the auditor. Then, as the poem progresses he makes a point to show how devotion is taken for granted. This poem differs from your traditional love poem because the speaker challenges his feelings.
In the poem it cites that he feels a presence of joy of elevation (wordsworth 37). It also admits, “In body, arid become a living soul:/ While with an eye made quiet by the power/ Of harmony, and the deep power of joy,/ We see into the life of things” (Wordsworth 35,6). This proves that nature was did not only bring the bad memories but it also made the speaker felt some happiness during this time. “A strident lover of nature might think it a shame that he has to “settle” for his imitation, but Wordsworth makes a point of mentioning that he gets more from his version than he ever derived from the physical one:...” (Kelly 259) Nature gives life to him than a physical being.
17/PELA/001 Self-referentiality in Amoretti Spenser’s Amoretti (1595) is one of the best records of Elizabethan Petrarchan love sonnet tradition. The sonnets serve the purpose of personal revelation about his courtship with Elizabeth Boyle. Along with the expression of love, Spenser’s sonnets highlight the centrality of art (Brown). The paper attempts to study instances of self-referentiality in Amoretti that emphasize the element of ‘metapoetry’, wherein the poems explore the craft of its own creation and are conscious of being written. The speaker of the Amoretti is a fictionalized “poet-lover-worshipper” (Kellogg).
Human beings often are caught in the dilemma between considering all the dynamics of love to understand what it is. We cannot live without love. However, love can be irrational and emotional, yet can also be rational and analytical. Emily Dickinson wrote the poem, “‘Why do I love’ You, Sir?” to convey the intuitive nature of being in love. She uses nature and has a distinct style to express her knowledge of love.
“Love is in the air, every sight and every sound” John Paul Young sings, “in the whisper of the trees, […], in the thunder of the sea”. I chose poems by Romantic poets, which have the word « love » in their titles. I thought it would be interesting to compare those poems, to see the kind of love they are dealing with, either with love for someone or just the feeling of love itself. I decided to use poems from the Romantic era, since love is discussed a lot in this period. In addition, I wanted to use only one specific period because when there is a change of movement in literature, it often implies a change in the way the poets write.
Astonishingly, as to go on reading the “Marriage,” readers are going to realize that all the concerns of his love are only his imagination. Even though regardless of the imagination, the poem begins with unstable statements of immature love for the protagonist of the poem still ensure with his mind. The beginning of the poem, “Should I get married?” “Should I be Good?” and “Astound the girl next door with my velvet suit and faustus hood?” brings an image of transitory emotion of him. He does not have hundred percent confidences to his love, and even look confused with himself. Additionally, the line continued from the first part, “then desire her and kiss her and all the preliminaries and she just so far and I understanding why not getting angry saying You must feel!