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Imagery of Young Lover in Edmund Spensers Sonnet 75 Edmund Spensers poem Sonnet 75 creates lots of sound images and emotional feelings The Sonnet describes a man and his lover at the oceanfront strand and he writes her name into the sand One day I wrote her name upon the strand but the waves wipe out her name the waves and washed it away The waves wash his writing away therefore he writes her name second time Again I wrote it with a second hand In addition to the sound imagery of the waves several other sound imageries are depicted in the communication between a man and his lover He does not agree with her statement that his writing is vain because his love toward her is immortalize which is forever In fact he acknowledges that she will not live forever physically but she will be eternal in his heart and fame another way of expressing his emotional feeling toward his lover by written a poem But you shall live by fame because my verse your virtues rare shall eternize There is another phrase expressing his emotional feeling where whenas death shall all the world subdue is suppose to mean he still love her does not matter if she is still alive or death Our love shall live represent immortalize allows for later life renew illustrate starting a new life again The images of this poem portray that he is trying to expresses his love toward his lover He keeps trying to write her name into the sand and the tides from the ocean keep erasing it He desires to expresses his love toward her therefore he decides to use a different method of expression by writing of her a poem The symbolic image of this Sonnet is he has succeeded into writing his feelings for her eternally
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