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Sixteenth century poems hold great uniqueness within them Like the poems the poets of the period have a resounding influence in shaping modern poetry Thomas Wyatt demonstrates both the uniqueness and the influence of the renaissance through the poem You That In love Finde Lucke and Habundaunce He demonstrates his uniqueness through his tendencies to express his ideas of love and relationship This poem is unique because it happens to be a sonnet that tells a love story Wyatts choice to use a sonnet is captivating because it is fitting to the theme of the sonnet While gaining the emotions of the readers he manages to invite them into the sonnet by allowing them to relate to the experience This approach enhances the sonnets ability to evoke raw emotion through the poet and its readers As one reads the poem it becomes clearer that Wyatt writes from personal experiences It would seem to readers that the sonnet is an allegory to his love experience His choice of words is suiting in complementing his sentence structure It also draws attention to his figure of speech as it allowed the rhythm of the sonnet to flow Though literary convention and personal experience are present in this sonnet they stimulate strong mixed emotions Word choiceWyatt exemplifies love and through his word choices he demonstrates he is experiencing lost love You that in love finde lucke and habundance Wyatt line 1 allows readers to examine the sonnet through his use of lucke and habundance Through telling the readers that finding love makes one lucky and gives a sense of richness Wyatt is using a rather didactic method through which he warns that love is a good thing therefore it should not be taken for granted This idea comes from his past experience in which he loved and lost according to Patricia Thomas Thomas went on to highlight that the reason for his word choices in line six of
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