Only through love may we really find true happiness in life. I chose this theme because William’s message about love stood out the most to me. I believe William’s goal was to emphasize this message of love. William’s focus on love in his final stanza signifies his main point. Throughout this poem, Williams attempts to convince the reader that society needs to stop focusing on microscopic things that don’t matter and just live life to the fullest.
She said that she would continue trading love in the autumn of life (moments of suffering) to keep the individual alive peacefully. The poet tries to explain that love is real & pure and life is nothing without love. She has compared a life without love with a fractured bone which is useless. She ends up saying that love is everything & life without love is nothing. Generally the love poem revolves around the feeling of love, the pain, the good & bad experiences in love & the ironies of being in love.
In this poem he made it clear that Annabel was the one and only true love of his life, and he wasn’t going to be without her, ever. What makes this love so rare is the fact that they were not adults when they fell in love. They were teenagers or maybe not quite teenagers yet when this happened. Edgar explained that they had a love so strong that the angels from heaven were jealous, which indicates that their love was way more than I love you and you love me type of situation, but it displays how dangerously in love they were with each other, and nothing is more beautiful than pure true love. When he described their love he said things like, “Than to love and be loved by me”, “But we loved with a love that was more than love”, “My beautiful Annabel Lee”, “But our love it was stronger by far than the love Of those who were older than we” (Pike & Acosta, 2010 p388).
English Essay Comparison between ‘A Birthday’ and ‘Sonnet 116’ ‘A Birthday’ by Christina Rossetti, is about her feeling that she is reborn due to this love and expresses her love in two ways, firstly through the wonders of nature and secondly through riches and expense. ‘Sonnet 116’ by William Shakespeare, is about true love and how love should be unchangeable over time, under any circumstances. Both ‘A Birthday’, by Christina Rossetti, and ‘Sonnet 116’, by William Shakespeare express Love deeply and with strong passion, as they both show that love is worth more than the most valuable objects, with Shakespeare comparing to a star ‘it is the star’ ‘whose worth unknown’ and Rossetti to riches, ‘in gold and silver grapes’ ‘doves and pomegranates’. ‘A Birthday’ changes from the present tense in the first stanza, ‘My heart is gladder’, which shows that her love is all these things now, but to the imperative, ‘Raise me’ and ‘work it’, which shows her commanding how she wants her love to be expressed for everyone to see forever, showing her love will go on forever. In Shakespeare’s ‘Sonnet 116’ it does not change tense, but it also describes how love should will go on forever, ‘love alters not with his brief hours and weeks’ showing love will not change quickly, ‘but bears it out even to the edge of doom’ which means love will go on until the world is no longer – judgement day.
The first thing the reader would notice about the poem is the title. The title itself sets the romantic mood that continues throughout the poem. “Unending” depicts a love that the writer believes is everlasting and immortal. The poem keeps relating back to the title because of the occasional use of the word “forever”. An interesting idea that is explored in the poem is that love is a force felt by the universe as a whole, not just by individuals.
(66-67). "Love," here, likely refers to Cupid/Eros, Psyche's husband. Henceforth, this poem bears a strong optimistic tone all through yet it is highly inferable that this ideal is barely attainable in real world and optimism is of no use if it surpasses reality. What actually Keats does here is he made the story of Psyche an ideal vehicle for expressing his yearning of embracing the uncertainty, living with mystery, and making peace with ambiguity-referring to his Negative
The heart is considered the driving force behind love as it also humanizes the beauty associated with love. The heart is the center of all the vital organs in our body. If one stops breathing and one’s heart keeps beating, one has a chance of still living. This describes the enduring myth of love since love will never die and always has a chance to sustain life. Most lovers prefer substituting the word 'love' by a heart.
Understanding and waiting is a sign of maturity. This is the dynamism of true love. Love that waits, endures all things. A love that will never come to an end; the kind of love that compel us, in faith, to light a candle to illuminate the unaware shadow that don't allow us to see the light of God in times of obscurity. And it is most advisable to involve God in a relationship.
One reason I feel this way is because the heart is nothing but the whole truth. The heart is never blind and the mind can be very deceiving at times. When one follows his/her heart when falling in love, he/she gets the feeling of joy and happiness. This makes the quote “Following your heart is a key to happiness” true. In a relationship, one has to use their heart to love and care for the other person.
His poetry is more adorable and intoxicated . Keats starts from the concrete reality and then towards the real world of imagination where he can find every thing real and romantic ,then after catharsis of his emotions and readers he then back to the concrete realities . he shows us the real picture of life ,romanticism means strangeness added to beauty ,so he depicts the real picture of romanticism ,where he also take reader to that situation ,a imaginative world where all are fine ,where love and beauty lies . He is an escapist some time but if u see then u will realize that it is also the part of life ,he describe in his