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The Analyze of Two Poems - The Final Draft - The Introduction In this essay I would like to analyze two poems that have the same titles One is Shall I Compare Thee To A Summers Day written by William Shakespeare The other also has the same title Shall I Compare Thee To A Summers Day written by Howard Moss In fact the two poems have not only the same titles but also similar stories In other words Mosss poem is a parody of Shakespeares poem By the way how are they different and also similar The First Impression of Two Poems When I first read both Shakespeares poem and Mosss poem I could not understand Shakespeares thought What I feel about his poem is that it seems to be very unusual while Mosss poem looks very natural I mean that it is hard to read rather than hard to understand because there are some old English words For example Shakespeare states Shall I compare thee to a summers day -1st line Thou art more lovely and more temperate -2nd line And summers lease hath all too short a date -4th line He used thee and thou instead of you and your He did not use have but used hath I feel old English styles of the 16th century through his poem A Figure of speech One of the other reasons that make this poem unusual is that it includes many figures of speech A figure of speech is an expression or use of language to achieve a particular effect Figures of speech also include metaphors and similes There are some metaphors in Shakespeares poem while Mosss poem is made up of very typical sentences I think that summers day in Shakespeares poem includes lots of meaning He mentions the day like the paragraph 1 Moss also states Who says youre like one of the dog days -1 Youre nicer And better
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