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love note I surely Surely you stay my certain own you stay My you All honest lofty as a cloud Surely I could come now and find you high As mine as you ever were should not be awed Surely your word would pop as insolent As always Why of course I love you dear Your gaze surely ungauzed as I could want Your touches that never were careful what they were Surely But I am very off from that From surely From indeed From the decent arrow That was my clean naivete and my faith This morning men deliver wounds and death They will deliver death and wounds tomorrow And I doubt all You Or a violet War is a reality that has plagued man for many centuries It effects all aspects of life and has often been the historical turning point for many movements that have changed the worlds views about race culture society economics and politics This is evident in most history books and political records but the plight of the common man the solider the mourning wife the parent or friend is often forgotten about except for in literary works Gwendolyn Brooks Gays Chaps at the Bar is a collection of sonnets written in reaction to the problems as well as realities of World War II In it she poetically explores the topics of loss duty danger and love in relation to war but her poems are not typical sonnets As a seminal writer Brooks effectively uses poetic forms such as rhyme and rhythm to enhance the social commentary of her poetry proving that she has mastered traditional poetic devices For example in the sonnet love note I surely she takes the love relationship of one couple and shows how it can be changed by the cruelties of war Their love affair something that was genuine
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