One of Shakespeare's sonnets is explored in terms of themes and the patterns which make these works so well loved. It also reacts to Christopher Smart's poem, "Jubilate Agno," and talks about the radical structure of the poem.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 1, 2020, 5:16 pm ad1c9bdddf
Please allow some of my ideas to guide your three paragraphs:
First, I choose Shakespeare's "Sonnet 18" as a model for you. The themes and patterns make these works so well loved.
Based on its theme of eternal love and passion, it makes this sonnet so lovely and romantic. His language is straightforward and his theme shows the sheer power of love. By comparing a lover to summer, it shows that the loved one is as gorgeous as one of God's natural creations. ...
This posting explores the link between poetry and romance using several pieces as a lens.