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What lips my lips have kissed by Edna St. Vincent Millay - "What lips my lips have kissed" by Edna St. Vincent Millay While reading "What lips my lips have kissed" by Edna St. Vincent Millay, I realized many things about myself. The first thing was that I, after thinking I would never be able to decipher one word of poetry, actually could. I also found that I was able to enjoy it. Another thing was that the narrator (whom I felt was a woman- no man could portray these feelings like a woman) and I had strikingly similar feelings. There happened to be many other amazing findings, but these two were the first and most important to me....   [tags: What lips my lips have kissed] 688 words
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Edna St. Vincent Millay’s sonnet What lips my lips have kissed and where and why - Edna St. Vincent Millay’s sonnet, “What lips my lips have kissed and where and why” Edna St. Vincent Millay’s sonnet, “What lips my lips have kissed and where and why,” is about being, physically or mentally jaded, and thinking back to the torrid love of one’s youth. The “ghosts” that haunt her are the many lovers of her past; she’s specifically trying to remember them all. She recalls the passion she experienced and how there was a certain feeling within herself. Millay shows this through her vivid imagery, use of the rain as a literary device and by paralleling herself with a lonely tree....   [tags: What lips my lips have kissed and where and why] 518 words
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Getting Those Sensuous Lips - Getting Those Sensuous Lips Plastic surgery has become a leading business in America and is venturing in to all parts of the body. First there was the liposuction of the thighs and butt then the face-lifts, the beast implants and now the injections of the lips. The volume of the lips can be thick and prominent, as in certain races, or else thin and retracted as in other races. A full, fresh prominent mouth, which invites a kiss, is the latest object of cosmetic surgery. There have been many types of materials that have been injected and several techniques that have been used....   [tags: Plastic Surgery Beauty Essays]
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The Function of Lips and Their Biological Significance - The Function of Lips and Their Biological Significance Lipids are biological molecules and are insoluble in aqueous solutions but are soluble in organic solvents. Specific lipids have a physiological importance to humans; they have three major functions; serving as structural components of biological membranes, act as vitamins and hormones, provide energy storage (triaculglycerols). Lipids are made up of the elements carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. Lipids can exist as fats, oils and waxes....   [tags: Papers] 821 words
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I Love Those Lips, But Those Lips Belong to Another - I Love Those Lips.        Recently I came across two arches. They were alive and in constant motion. First they told me life might get interesting. Then they showed me that life was going to get really good. Then after leaving me with an odd sense of power, they said bye, now life is sad. Its movements resembled that of a shape-shifter: causing the creation of circles, ellipses, and a mixture of feelings. These were the actions of a pair of lips belonging to a vision of beauty.   When I first saw them they were in their top form....   [tags: Personal Narrative 123 essays]
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Flight in Song of Solomon, Native Son, A Worn Path, Sad Sweet Story of Sugar Lips Shinehot, and Por - Flight in Song of Solomon, Native Son, A Worn Path, Sad Sweet Story of Sugar Lips Shinehot, and Portable Promised, and Land First Eagle Story Since the beginning of time all human beings have had a fascination with human flight. Watching a bird soar through the air, one cannot help but desire the same capabilities. Imagine the point of view of the bird that flies high above the trees, among the mountains, over the ocean, and high in the air, far away from the clamor of everyday life on the ground....   [tags: Song Solomon Essays]
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Be Through My Lips to Unawakened Earth: A Breathed Request - ... Shelley expresses this through lines 66-67, where he cries to the wind to “Scatter…my words among mankind!”. Shelley makes great use of figurative language throughout the entire poem. The entire poem is an epic metaphor of the wind, and it is also personified throughout the poem as well. The wind is personified to have control over things, and possess immense power over a variety of things that it comes into contact with, such as the leaves in stanza one, the clouds in stanza two, and the waves and foliage of the sea in stanza three....   [tags: Literary Analysis]
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From Songs of Limbs and Flesh and Heart Perhaps Too - From Songs of Limbs and Flesh and Heart Perhaps Too "Am I desirable?" le désir/ desire Without the consistent reminder that the amorous subject is found sexually appealing, there is an attention to physical detail, a reassessment of worth, and of balance between what is called "inner and outer beauty" 1. In the mirror I am searching for what the other will be drawn to. And not only the other, but anyone: strangers, foes, past lovers. I am scanning legs, hair, and curve of thigh. Is it elbow, or nape of neck....   [tags: Creative Writing Physical Looks Essays] 1094 words
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Poem - Freedom- Poem - Freedom- Poem I dig my feet into the sand. Stare at the stars above me burning bright. I close my eyes and hear the ocean, I taste the salt upon my lips. The rapid winds send shivers through my body, I feel as if I am a fish. Swimming through the ocean waters No work, all play No worries to drown me. I swim; I jump, free falling into the ocean, I dig my feet deeper into the sand It clogs between my toes, feels rough upon my heels I look deeper into the sky, see the moon the sun a star. I close my eyes tighter to hear the sound of dolphins swimming Freely in the ocean I taste the air upon my lips, The wind takes me higher and higher Spreading my wings, flying with the wind Through the white fluffy clouds....   [tags: Poetry Poems] 128 words
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A Comparison of Two Advertisements - A Comparison of Two Advertisements Advertisements are messages that are intended to influence and persuade their audience. Their purpose is to raise awareness of the existence of their product in the people whom they target and to promote the benefits of buying or using it. Adverts are paid for by the advertisers and is a major source of income for magazines - approximately 40% of revenues. Without money from advertising, much of the modern media would not exist. Therefore advertising is a commercial business as opposed to ‘free’ publicity like press releases and photo opportunities....   [tags: Papers] 4554 words
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The Faulted Winter of 1998-Personal Narrative - The Faulted Winter of 1998-Personal Narrative My mom and dad were back in the condominium. Meanwhile, I was having a great time tubing down the local snowy hills with my brother, Greg. Even though it was --16°F and we couldn't feel our toes, we were making the best of our winter vacation in Vermont. Yet I was very unaware of the upcoming event that would soon spoil my fun. It was 11:00 pm when we decided to head back to the ski resort that we stayed at (which was a short walk away). I saw my friend and started talking to him, so I sent Greg ahead of me....   [tags: Papers] 465 words
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Shakespeare’s Use of Language and Imagery in Romeo and Juliet - Shakespeare’s Use of Language and Imagery in Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare, is a dramatic love story between to 16th Century lovers, this essay will consider the imagery and language Shakespeare uses and how this establishes Romeo and Juliet as 16th Century lovers. When Romeo first set eyes on Juliet at the Capulet ball he compliments her, “cheek of night,” Romeo thinks she is soft and looks superb. He describes her as a “rich jewel” as she shines and is full of beauty, Shakespeare compares Juliet against an unattractive background of an “Ethiop’s ear” which makes her be prominent and be stunning....   [tags: Papers] 1233 words
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Themes used in the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet - ... The use of drama throughout the play is most prevalent in the last few acts but is also shown thought the rest of the play. When Romeo is away from Rosaline and melancholy due to it as shown through “It was. What sadness lengthens Romeo’s hours. Not having that, which, having, makes them short. In love. Out- of love. Out of her favor where I am in love.” (1.1.167-172) it shows drama since it makes the audience feel sadness for Romeo. Two other scenes of drama were both due to Romeo being banished for killing Tybalt one of them was when juliet found out as shown in (3.2.69-77) "What storm is this that blows so contrary....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Shakespeare] 1046 words
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A Comparison of Two Advertisements - A Comparison of Two Advertisements I have looked at 2 advertisements, one is from 'Sugar' magazine and the other from 'Style' magazine. The advertisement from Sugar, is for 'L'Oreal Paris Colour Pulse Hair Dye'; the advertisement from Style is for 'Clinique Autumn 2004 close up on lips: modern metallics'. All advertisements are aimed at specific target audiences and as such require different ideas, linguistic devices and presentational features to attract them. The two advertisements I have chosen have different target audiences, reflected by the magazines that they come from, the language they use and the visuals....   [tags: Papers] 705 words
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Analysis of the Ways in Which Different Directors have Produced the First Meeting of Romeo and Juliet - Analysis of the Ways in Which Different Directors have Produced the First Meeting of Romeo and Juliet "Romeo and Juliet", undoubtedly one of Shakespeare's most famous and loved plays, has been produced by many directors again and again over the last 400 years. Those directors, who dare to take on such an astounding play, have to deal with this sensitively enough to keep the passion alive, especially throughout the sonnet. Two directors who have accepted the challenge to are Baz Luhrmann in 1997 and the BBC School's version....   [tags: Papers] 1668 words
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Fire and Ice - Beltane, a night of celebration and passion as lovers celebrate the new harvest, new love, and new beginnings. Dancing and music had filled the streets from early evening till late in the night, sweet fragrances of summer flowers braided into hair filled the streets. Lovers leaping the Beltane fires in the hopes it would bring them a child in the New Year, or just to bring luck and good health, were joined by the Seeker and his Confessor, laughing and dancing through the celebrations. Before the night is out, many lovers sneak away into the shadows of darkness, sharing passionate embraces and joining together to celebrate their love....   [tags: Fictional Writing] 1969 words
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True love is so hard to find - I want to capture and preserve our first meeting together in a bottle of love. The first time I saw you it was like standing next to a waterfall with beautiful shades of color. Your face was glowing as your eyes and smile showed words of love. "I knew I loved you before I met you." I felt as if seeing you for the first time were to see the beauty first hand, to be able to touch you and allow these tingling feelings to release. Before we met in person I knew that my love for you was deeper than any monument on earth....   [tags: essays research papers] 467 words
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The First Kiss and First Sin of Romeo and Juliet Defies the Patriarchal and Religious Institutions - The First Kiss and First Sin of Romeo and Juliet Defies the Patriarchal and Religious Institutions In looking at marriages from a sixteenth-century point of view, one would observe, as discussed in class, that personal choice and romantic love were missing factors in the act of deciding on a spouse. Instead marriages were familial decisions made for the purposes of advancing the family through a system of inheritance and economics, and sometimes sought to ensure peace between two powerful families....   [tags: Romeo and Juliet] 351 words
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Free Essays on Sonnet CXXX - Sonnet CXXX In our class we have been discussing sonnet cxxx. Many of my classmates believe that Shakespeare was saying that, although this girl is ugly, he still loves her. While others claim that he was not making any statements about her looks, but instead being realistic. It is my view that he was making a point of claiming that his girlfriend was a regular person and not a mythological goddess. Most people have heard on television or in movies, some guy tell his girlfriend that she has eyes as deep as the ocean or lips as soft as velvet....   [tags: Sonnet essays] 679 words
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The First Meeting of Romeo and Juliet - The First Meeting of Romeo and Juliet The meeting of Romeo and Juliet is possibly the most decisive point of the play. Shakespeare undoubtedly used stagecraft and language devices to create the desired atmosphere, the idea of love at first sight. The meeting of Romeo and Juliet is cleverly written to represent a sonnet. Sonnets are concerned with the idea of love, which makes it an appropriate device to use. This passage can be contrasted to the love that Romeo once felt for Rosaline, however Romeo in the first instance was unwilling and unable to act upon his shallow feelings towards the object of his affection, while at his very first meeting with Juliet he has been able to make contact with her rather than view from afar....   [tags: Papers] 488 words
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Letter from Sidney to Shakespeare: A Comparison of Two Sonnets - Letter from Sidney to Shakespeare: A Comparison of Two Sonnets My Dearest William, I have just returned from seeing your marvelous new tragedy Romeo and Juliet, and I wish to offer my sincere congratulations on another stupendous success. One particular passage from the play has stuck in my mind. In the first act, scene five, Romeo and Juliet exchange a dialogue about a kiss which is in the form of a sonnet. This reminded me of one of my own sonnets: Sonnet #81 of Astrophil and Stella. Your views on the subject of kissing are very interesting, and in many ways parallel my own....   [tags: 81 Play Essays] 940 words
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Forever and Always - Forever and Always Some people believe in miracles. Other people argue that fate is what makes day turn into night and the waves rise high and low crashing over a ship at sea or carrying it to the shore safely. A person of faith will say that ones’ life is controlled by a higher power greater than fate itself. Shannon has heard every excuse, rhyme or reason as to what exactly wills each life changing event. She occasionally agrees, yet never disagrees for reasons that would just be impolite. It is what only she knows in her heart, and in a place that even her heart cannot reach, that wills her to live through each day and keeps her anticipating the comfort of her empty bed at night....   [tags: Descriptive Essay, Descriptive Writing] 1462 words
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Varying Moods in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet - Varying Moods in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet Introduction: This essay focuses on the moods and language used in this act. This helps to get a better understanding of what the play is really about. This scene opens with Capulet welcoming his guests to his home. With the great amount of guests he thinks this makes him more popular than Montague. Capulet is in a jolly mood; he makes jokes as he quickly introduces himself to everyone. He wants people to begin the festivities....   [tags: Papers] 739 words
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The Development of Romeos Character - The Development of Romeos Character "Oh I am fortunes fool" Romeo and Juliet was written in the 1950's. At this time courtly love and the sonnet form of poem was very popular. Young men would hide their feelings and go away to hide and cry. Romeo's character in the beginning of the play is very much like this because he thinks he is in love with Rosaline who never even appears in the play. Romeo's farther, Lord Montague discusses his worries for his son with his nephew Benvolio....   [tags: Papers] 1039 words
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The Importance of Romeo and Juliet - The Importance of Romeo and Juliet In the past few weeks, we have been studying Romeo and Juliet. Of this, we have been focusing most on the scene where Romeo and Juliet first meet. For this piece of coursework, I have been asked to explain what happens in this scene and why this is so important. The scene begins where a group of servants are preparing for the party. We then see Capulet welcoming Romeo in to the party, “Welcome, gentlemen. I have seen the day that I have worn a visor.” This is a vital part to the rest of this scene....   [tags: Papers] 576 words
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Edna St. Vincent Millay Vs. William Shakespeare - Edna St. Vincent Millay's "What Lips My Lips Have Kissed, and Where and Why" is an effective short poem, which feeds on the dissonance between the ideal of love and its reality, heartbreak. In William Shakespeare's "Let Me Not to The Marriage of True Minds," the effectiveness is weakened by its idealiality and metaphysical stereotype. In contrast to Millay, Shakespeare paints a genuine portrait of what love should be but unfortunately never really is. This factor is what makes his poem difficult to relate to, thus weakening the effect on the reader....   [tags: Love Poetry Poem Compare Contrast] 1487 words
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Monkey King - It was nearing nine that night and the party was still underway. Now the place were in a multitude of colors. Bright green, red, yellow, blue lit up the area. No one has gone home yet. Those that were tired went into large tents that had comfortable couches and lounges to rest on. However, the main couple was missing and only a few noticed. “Hmm, I certainly hope Atobe enjoys his present.” Fuji smiled wickedly, nibbling on a stick of dango while sitting back on the couch next to Tezuka. Yukimura raised a brow over at him....   [tags: Fictional Writing] 862 words
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Chaucer and Religion - Chaucer and Religion It is very rare that a book is written without the opinions of the author being clearly expressed somewhere within that book. Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales is one such book. In the General Prologue alone, by viewing Chaucer’s description of the Knight, the Prioress, and the Friar, the reader is able to pick up on Chaucer’s satirical humor toward the church of the 14th century. The first male traveler mentioned is the chivalrous Knight. It is interesting that Chaucer chooses to introduce The Knight as the first character....   [tags: essays papers] 678 words
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The Importance of Act 1 Scene 5 of Romeo and Juliet - The Importance of Act 1 Scene 5 of Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare wrote the play Romeo and Juliet in 1594. The play is set in Verona, in Northern Italy. Shakespeare was trying to describe a glamorous place where the audience could believe a tragic love story might happen. Romeo and Juliet, are doomed from the start, not by fate, but by their own personalities and by the people that surround them.The Montagues and Capulets are two feuding families, whose children meet and fall in love....   [tags: Papers] 423 words
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Movie Essays - Jane Campion's Film of Henry James's The Portrait of a Lady - Jane Campion's Film Version of Henry James's The Portrait of a Lady Jane Campion's film version of Henry James's novel, The Portrait of a Lady, offers the viewer a sexually charged narrative of a young naive American girl in Victorian era Europe. James's novel focuses on "what an exciting inward life may do for the person leading it even while it [a person's life] remains perfectly normal" (James 54). James could not or would not place into his narrative the sexual thoughts, suggestions, and actions of his characters beyond the first flush of the experience....   [tags: Movie Film comparison compare contrast]
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Essay on Kinship in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man - Search for Kinship in Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man       At the heart of James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man lies Stephen Dedalus, a sensitive young man concerned with discovering his purpose in life. Convinced that his lack of kinship or community with others is a shortcoming that he must correct, Stephen, who is modeled after Joyce, endeavors to fully realize himself by attempting to create a forced kinship with others. He tries many methods in hopes of achieving this sense of belonging, including the visiting of prostitutes and nearly joining the clergy....   [tags: Portrait Artist Young Man]
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Sonnet 64 of Spencer's Amoretti - Sonnet 64 of Spencer's Amoretti        Poets, in general, are fond of symbolism and figures of speech.  Instead of wallowing in the concrete and the obvious, it has always been the purpose of the poet to give "... to aery nothing a local habitation and a name."  The writers of love poetry are especially fond of imagery, metaphors, and similar devices, comparing their loved ones to such and such an animal or cosmic event.         It is therefore of no surprise that 16th century sonnets employ many figures of speech when elaborating on the finer points of the subject.  Spenser, throughout his masterful Amoretti, is especially effective at drawing forth emotions;  from feelings of despair (employing symbols of storms and lost ships), through to feelings of passion (and symbols of fertility and love, such as flowers), and eventually even transcending mere mortal flesh and glorifying the sensual spirit of his love, Spencer's use of symbolism and figures of speech not only remains constant and sure, but also create an effective mood and set the proper tone.          His 64th sonnet is a fine example of well used symbolism, where his love is compared to a ripe and blooming garden, resplendent with glorious scents and flowers.  More importantly, perhaps, the sonnet also draws from a powerful Biblical background, drawing from the Song of Solomon (4.10-14)....   [tags: Spencer Amoretti Essays]
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House of a Loving Friend - House of a Loving Friend My eyes were half shut as drool brimmed on my lips about to escape any minute and drip onto the desk. Mr. Johnson didn't seem to notice, and lectured on in his steady monotone voice. A piece of paper landed on my desk, which snapped me back to reality causing me to slurp up the excess liquid on my lips. The paper was a note from Keli. That seemed to be all we ever did in Philosophy, write notes. I opened it and peered down at her neat, smooth handwriting. "What's wrong?" was what I found staring back at me....   [tags: Observation Place Descriptive] 1150 words
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The Form of Non-Traditional Blazon - ... Coral is a familiar shade in describing lipstick, which “thought pleasing for lips” (Poetry for Students, Napierkowski). Additionally, white skin was highly treasured during Shakespeare’s time; however, Napierkowski also acknowledged, “mistress's features do not measure up to the typical standards of attractiveness; indeed, his description of her skin as a dull grayish brown sounds like an insult… also the possibility that the mistress is of a darker-skinned race” (Napierkowski). Line four mentions, “black wires” to describe the Mistress’ hair, which perhaps can be the identification of Mistress’ ethnicity, like Asian or African (Napierkowski)....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature ]
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Personal Narrative- Photo - Personal Narrative- Photo Remember back to the times of your youth, when a family member or friend would grace you with a gift. Remember that butterfly feeling you would get in the pit of your stomach and work itself outward and make you tingle with anticipation. Remember waking up early on Christmas morning way ahead of your parents only to attempt to wait patiently until they arose. Remember the moans of despair when they finally did clamber out of their bed to tell you that breakfast must be eaten first before gifts are opened....   [tags: Personal Narrative Photograph Picture] 435 words
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