William Shakespeare Figurative Language Essay

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A poem by Shakespeare which presents a beautiful story in which Shakespeare uses most powerful meanings and wonderful similes, metaphor and many other expressions. William Shakespeare uses very strong expressions to express his feelings and his love in each line and this thing makes this poem as a romantic. As well, he used the figurative language to make this poem has a lot of emotional words. In addition, the Sonnet was written in 14 lines and it started with “Those lips that Love 's own hand did make”. In this line, Shakespeare imagines that his lover’s lips are made by a goddess of love and he wrote the word “Love” with a capital letter because he meant Venus. Also, at the beginning of the poem, there is an imagery in this line “Breathed forth the sound that said "I hate" when he shows his readers how his lover feels about him , as if she was not feeling the same love for him he made it clear in the second line when he said “that said "I hate" by the word hate he meant her…show more content…
In the fourth line, there is a metaphor when he described his state with the word “woeful” to convey his feeling that he is not happy. Then he said “Straight in her heart did mercy come,” hence, there is alliteration in this line, he said when his lover saw him in this state without hope and he is unhappy, she saw how much pain she caused him she felt mercy for him right away and change the word “I hate” to “I hate not you” this simile showed us how much happy he became. After that, he expresses how the feelings of his lover that changed about him “Chiding that tongue that ever sweet,” he describes her tongue that it is sweet, and he said that she used her tongue to say something nice, he describes his lover in a very beautiful way, he describes her as if she teaches her tongue how to say something that makes him feel good, and that she changed the word “I hate” to love words and these words changed his life and makes his day a better day in his life, when he said, “as gentle
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