It is this being so tangled in you” (11-12) in the ancient Egyptian love song called “Love of you is mixed deep in my vitals” because the writer also conveys the same message. Overall, both modern and ancient artists exemplify situations of mature love since each need their lover in their lives to feel complete. Immature love is a situation where a person loves the idea of having “love” causing it to be an unrealistic desire. “Been here all along so why can't you see? You belong with me” (12-13) quoted from Taylor Swift’s song “You Belong with Me”, describes her desperation for her crush by trying to persuade him that she is the one for him.
When she states “when you’re gone/ I wanna go too” (19-20) means to me that if you love someone this much, that you can not bare the thought of going on with your life without them. Life is not whole without your significant other by your side. The love she wants is one in a million. She wants to find a love “like Johnny and june/ They don't make love like that anymore”(39,43) My take on what is being said is that true love is hard to find. A love like this is a rarity.
The form of the poem suggests that despite the possibility of failure, the speaker is willing to persevere through any doubts held by their love interest with hopes a greater future. The poem acts as a mechanism for the speaker to assure their love interest that great love can be achieved and that they are well aware of the obstacles that must be overcome. “The Flea,” is telling the audience to seize the opportunity for love because it is not forever lasting thereby, illustrating a carpe diem themed poem. Three nonameters comprise the form of the poem each of which consists of identical end rhyme schemes, aabbccddd. By repeating this scheme in each nonameter, Donne exemplifies the persistence possessed by the speaker for love and that if initially denied; the speaker will continue to try to gain the desired love.
For my assignment I chose to write about “Magic of Love” written by Helen Farries and “Love Poem” written by John Frederick Nims to compare to William Blake’s poems “The Lamb” and “The Tyger”. I would compare “Magic of Love” by Farries to William Blake’s “The Lamb”. In her poem she speaks of love in a way that I feel should be the way we all see it. I agree with her when she writes, “It can comfort and bless, it can bring happiness-“. She feels love is supposed to make you feel safe in the way religion can bring security and bring happiness to people.
Ever since the beginning of time, love has played an enormous role among humans. Everyone feels a need to love and to be loved. Some attempt to fill this yearning with activities and possessions that will not satisfy with activities in which they should not participate and possessions they should not own. In Andrew Marvell’s poem, “To His Coy Mistress,” the speaker encounters an emotion some would call love but fits better under the designation of lust for a woman. In contrast, the speaker of Robert Herrick’s poem, “To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time,” urges virgins to marry, to make a lasting commitment in which love plays a vital role.
This is also portrayed in ‘Born yesterday’ when it says “tightly-folded bud” this indicates that although the child may be young and unable to defend for herself her loved ones will try and protect her, however soon they won’t be there to protect her and she will be left to defend for herself. The poem ‘Nettles’ is written in a narrative form, with a fist person speaker. This stresses the fact that the poem has been drawn from personal experiences. The use of the word ‘My’ throughout the poem shows a sense of belonging and protectiveness towards the narrator’s
Love Types in Othello What is love? This question has plaqued peoples mind since the beginning of time. People love ‘love’ so much that they write songs, movies, books, and poems about it. In modern times women have been raised with the image of a handsome prince coming to bestow the kiss of love (or life) upon us, thanks to Disney movies and romance novels. But when Shakespeare wrote about love, it was about many different kinds of love, and there usually are no ‘happily ever after’ endings.
Lovelace: To Lucasta Going to the Wars The poem To Lucasta, Going to the Wars is written by Richard Lovelace, a Royalist of the seventeenth century. In this poem, he writes to his love Lucasta, apologizing for leaving her to go to war. This is a lyric poem, meaning that it is meant to be sung and is usually subjective. I really like this poem, because it is a love poem but is realistic in the sense that the man is leaving his love to pursue a passion, because he needs adventure in his life. This poem shows a metaphor, comparing the war to a mistress.
She states in the first chapter that the “solace” of marriage is “visiting and news.” This explains why Mrs Bennett is so desperate for her husband to visit Bingley and find out more about him and to introduce him to their daughters. It is either her marriage that she is worrying about or the prospect of her daughters’ marriages. Marriage is also presented as a key moment in the lives of women and this is shown by the fact that the only things that Mr and Mrs Bennett discuss in the first chapter of the book are their daughter’s possible marriages. The significance of marriage in
Love is crazy … yeah you will do something crazy and may be out of your mind just to prove it you love him/her and will do anything for him/her. Peoples often says that love with your heart but don’t forget to bring your brain, I think sometime in true love what we do not base on our brain but base on our heart that is why Love is a feel and also Love is blind cause only heart that is our sense. The more we love the more we will hurt but We can’t live without love cause only love makes our life meaningful and teach us how to grow in life. In Love we walk, we fall, we get up, we run, we bleed, we laugh, we cry, we breath, we move … Love inside it, that my life keeps moving and never stop.If you already willing to do that, that’s would be love in yours. We cannot live a single day without Love Cause Love teach us how to Live.