Not to mention he views all her unique ways and admits that he loves to hear her speak. This signifies that he loves her just the way she is, flaws and all, setting a more realistic view of his lover. McKay on the other... ... middle of paper ... .... Beauty isn’t about having a pretty face. It’s about having a pretty mind, pretty heart, and most importantly, a beautiful soul. Shakespeare’s speaker saw his lovers’ imperfections and flaws as being her beauty.
For example in the last line she says ‘I shall but love thee better after death’ Barrett Browning uses the hyperbole to show romantic love. The love is so strong in this poem it can almost become unrequited love as she almost idolizes this person. Barrett Browning tries to measure her love for this man. The use of repetition of ‘I love thee’ may give a tedious tone to this poem but it really emphasizes her point. As her love in this poem is so large to explain she compares it to situations showing strength or other emotions such as joy, but even sadness is involved from the reference of tears.
She also believes that her love cannot be stopped, even by death; which is evident in line 14 when she states “I shall but love thee better after death.” The tone of the poem is romantic, which is typical of a traditional love poem. However, her description of the love she feels is so articulate and sincere that the reader can almost feel her emotions. Th... ... middle of paper ... ... when one loves someone from afar, his or her impression of that person is usually idealistic. Therefore, he wouldn’t refer to her in such a cynical form. He would probably believe that she is the most beautiful and charming woman he’s ever known.
To think that there are over 9 billion people on this planet, and there is the possibility of you finding your true love is very shocking and almost impossible it seems like. Love is not something that can be tampered with; love is in fact ... ... middle of paper ... ...With such sweet admiration of love in his heart, Byron describes love on a whole new level. The description of this woman’s appearance revels so much about her character. This explains why Byron was so madly in love with this young and very attractive young lady. Throughout this poem, Byron describes the beauty of love, its charm, and the innocents of love that is so clear throughout this poem.
.” The narrator’s descriptions help the reader describe the situation: he verbalizes, “And I untightened next the tress/ About her neck; her cheek once more/ Blushed bring beneath my burning kiss” Situational irony and description contribu... ... middle of paper ... ...ories depiction of love. The two narrators love their women even though they are of different social classes. One woman is beautiful and one is not, but that does not change the fact that these women are loved by their significant others. Without each other, their lives would be meaningless. Although these poems have the same theme, each man presents his love in a tremendously different way.
This paper proved that Lord Byron’s use of diction, metaphors, simile, personification, and adjectives created an image of a beautiful lady in the heads of his readers. In the poem “She walk in beauty” Lord Byron verifies his ability in applying the concept of imagery and brilliantly creates an image of the beautiful lady. Imagery that was created with the use of many literary devices can be pointed out as an excellent example for many poets from before and for
She describes the ideal grace achieved in love and its lasting results. Her poem starts in a very scientific way but looses its touch and continues to bring out more inner emotions experienced in love. Through her inspiring words she brings out the passion and intensity experienced in love. She indirectly brings out her extraordinary love for her husband. She reveals the uncountable ways in which she loves
The Coy Mistress is undoubtedly an amazing poem and it seems like whatever you think or feel you can still agree with his way of thinking and his constructive way of using wit, amusement and passion shows how strong he felt about his mistress. However the Sonnet also is a very endearing poem that entraps you into reading and makes you feel quite optimistic about life and it is something that you read and then afterwards you think 'wow'. The strength of feeling is so passionate and the way she gets herself into a state of ecstasy is amazing to think that someone could really become bewildered by the power of love and it makes you think that it could possibly happen to you one day.
Also, because This poem is creative and fresh, and I really enjoyed reading it. When I initially read this poem, it was clear that Lord Byron was writing about a woman whom he thought very highly of. Lord Byron’s first verse had me convinced that the woman in his poem was one whom he’d merely caught a glimpse of. The quote “…all that’s best of dark and bright meet in her aspect and her eyes” along with his description of the beauty in her walk gave me the impression that Lord Byron might not know this beautiful woman on a personal level since his initial description consisted of only physical features. However, as the poem progressed, I realized that this woman could be Lord Byron’s lover or wife based on the lines, “where thoughts serenely sweet expr...
Burn’s poem is simply an expression of his emotions that he had towards a woman, by use of overblown metaphors and an elegant writing style. The primary idea that rejects the notion that the author was on his deathbed at the time of this writing is the fact that it is simply too upbeat. The literature also contains an “anticipatory” element in the poem. Also, the overall feeling of the poem is one of extreme happiness and excitement that Burn’s felt at the thought of a future with this woman. This is also reflected in the extensive metaphors used in this poem.