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The central theme of his poetry is his own intense personal dispositions, as a lover, a friend, a psychoanalyst of his own experiences, worldly and religious. Classical poetry cannot unify these experiences; it is John Donne’s use of the metaphysical that allows him to present his poetry as a whole experience, and to show feelings as they are. This technique proves him not only successful in teaching and delighting audience, but achieving both so effectively that they have the ability to affect readers deeply.
This poem approximates others in the Western Canon. Langston Hughes uses simple yet meaningful words to writes his poems on the other hand, Countee Cullen uses traditional literary devices to make his poems. Langston Hughes begins his poem with an allusion. First line of the poem “I, too, sing American,” is a literary reference to Walt Whitman’s poem “Song of Myself” (1778 Hughes). Langston Hugh... ... middle of paper ... ...eir races.
Shakespeare's "sonnet 18" used various language techniques and strong language to exaggerate the comparison of his beloved to a summers day and also sustain his beauty. "Funeral Blues" by W H Auden, also uses strong language and literary devices to create a visual and aural imagery for the reader. The use of the powerful and concentrated language and literary devices, in poetry allows readers to sympathize with the poet understand love being expressed in an intricate way. Hence, it can be seen that poetry is the perfect vehicle for love.