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Shall I Compare Thee to a Summers Day By William Shakespeare sonnet This poem is a Shakespearean sonnet which has three quatrains and a couplet written in iambic pentameter rhyme Is written in an end rhyme technique personification Sometime to hot the eye of heaven shines line 5 By giving heaven eyes Shakespeare has given an inanimate thing human qualities allusion Sometime to hot the eye of heaven shines line 5 Heaven is a place of peace hope love and can envisioned as a place of paradise after death metaphor The comparison between the young lady and a summers day is brought to our attention throughout the poem He shows that the young lady is more radiant and her beauty is everlasting in comparison to the summer theme The theme of this poem is the interplay between time beauty and love Shakespeares sonnets generally explore the relationships between humans and nature and the passing of time In this poem Shakespeare shows the beauty of this young women by comparing her to a summers day In line 2 he states that she is more calm and beautiful than the summer and in lines 3-6 displays some of the faults in summer Such as the rough winds line 3 and the heat He also suggests that all beauty will eventually fade except for the beauty of this young lady and that he will not die until her beauty is no longer there This poem makes me think of the perfect summer day and its wondrous beauty and thinking of the beauty of this young women who is more beautiful than the pure beauty of true nature I think that if this poem were to be read to any person theyre heart would immediately melt I have found a second poem that reminds me of this poem and was intended as
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