Sonnet 18 and 116 are two of Shakespeare's most notable love poems. If you're a fan of weddings, rose petals, or Kate Winslet Feelings and Sensitivity, Will you probably "compare yourself to the summer days?" Do you recognize the lines? And "love is not love / change when it changes." The problem with quotes is that they lack context. Let's summarize a quick line by line of sonnets 116 and 18. You may be surprised to find that many of these so-called "love" poems are not quite the same.
Don't let me marry a real mind
Acknowledge the obstacles.
This is the equivalent of Shakespeare's ending "Om" to Mom's "Talk now or be in your peace forever" bit of marriage. In fact, Shakespeare won't even admit Sound The line "interruptions" that talk about marriage. Love: 1; Impedance: 0.
… Love is not love
It changes when it changes,
Or bend to delete:
In other words, he was not there to draw this "you changed" nonsense.
Oh no It is a perpetual sign
Which looks at temptation and never trembles;
PSH, The storm
It is the star of every wandering bark,
The value of which is unknown, though its height will be taken.
Every wandering stars? It has to be the North Star, which never seems to move out of its place in the Northern Hemisphere. Its "value is unfamiliar" because Europeans don't know a lot of hacks about stars in Shakespeare's day, there is still bitterness about the earth's spheres and everything.
Pink lips and cheeks though love is not a fool of time
Come in his twisted Cecil compass:
Love: 2; Pink lips and cheeks: 0. On a side note, keep in mind that this is Shakespeare, which means that something as old as 12 years old can probably look dirty. The smiles feel free, therefore, in the "turning" sequel of Old Father Time.
Love does not change with its short hours and weeks,
But it carries it to the edge of the Hour.
Love: 3; Edge of Doom: The Big Owl's Goose Egg. If love could speak, now it was "Bua".
If this is an error and it proves to me,
I never write, no one has ever loved.
Did Shakespeare only swear in his poetry? Talk about their war. If you are not sure, it will all make sense when you reach Sonnet 18.
Like Sonnet 116, Sunnet 18 is ranked at the top of the list of snake poems there … People who are clearly out of the ordinary money by If you consider reading Sonnet 18 at a party on your anniversary, the last three lines will probably change your mind. (If you are a Really Careful reader, do the first two techniques)) Let's start from the top.
Shall I compare you to summer days?
You are more beautiful and more beautiful:
Ow, how sweet! We think … sure, I read it aloud again. Remember to stress like syllables every second:
Shall I am LessPare To you Per A SumMer's Day?
You are Art More than Lovefrom ly And More than TemPerate*
Uh-oh! Notice how "I" is emphasized but "you" and "you" are not? Ninja. Let's continue.
The rough wind shakes the canyons of May,
And summer leases have a very brief date:
I can't argue with that.
Sometimes the eyes of a very hot heaven shine,
And often its gold color is faded;
And every fair from the fair decreases at any time,
By chance, or a change in nature, the curriculum has been void;
Well yes, we got it – everything in nature is faded. Go back to that "you" person already.
But your eternal summer will not fade,
Sabas! And "your" is emphasized! We knew Shakespeare would come to an end!
You will not lose your right to that,
We like where it's going.
Death will never walk in its shadow,
Good good Keep coming!
When you grow up in the line of eternity;
Alas, we have conditioned ourselves. So let's get this straight: Not everything fades, becoming ugly or dying depends on growing some everlasting line over time? What does this even mean? And please don't tell us that sonnets 1-17 are also known as "euphoria sonnets" with if Shakespeare asserted that the best way to bottle up all these good looks is to create a genetic blood line, we will go ahead and return the second date. Bring it
As long as men can breathe or see eyes,
And conditioned?!? Okay, okay: "As long as men can breathe or see eyes" is actually a decent amount of time, so we'll just let it go.
Live so long and it gives you life.
At last – An emphasis is "you"! But grab the phone: WhatGiving you life? Some are anonymous "This"??? Is Shakespeare referring to that eternal line? To give him some credit, he knows enough to use the pronoun "these" about grammar when talking about pluralism. We dare to ask … "this" if the sonnet itself? Shakespeare suggests that being featured in his work makes you immortal? Those eternal lines are the line of the sonnet itself? Last you emphasized simply because it was the end result of Shakespeare's great, immortalizing poetry skills?
Probably. After all, being a Shakespearean Elizabethan rockstar is like: You can kill the Roadies, sleep with the group, trash hotel rooms, and still be the world's favorite. And let’s face it: If you go down in history The Bird, you probably swore your own poem too.