Poems by William Shakespeare, John Donne and John Dryden are exemplified.
"The Flea" by John Donne
Take a look at "The Flea." It's a really neat poem that describes the love between a man and the woman. He does it in such an unusually clever way. He has a flea bite the two of them and then describes the mixing of the blood within the body of the flea. He uses the flea's body as ...
British love poems are compared.