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The title itself goes to show comparison. The life of the lover of the poet is never ending because the poet firmly believes that his beloved will live on forever through the words used by the poets. “Amores” and “Ovid’s Tristia” have been found parallel to this poem. Another similarity is that this poem is based on love theme so are the other two poems mentioned above. The use of Shakespearian sonnet is palpable in the poem. There are several double meanings in this poem and the language is a little difficult to understand. “Sonnet 18 is the best known and most well-loved of all 154 sonnets. It is also one of the most straightforward in language and intent. The stability of love and its power to immortalize the poetry and the subject of that poetry is the theme.” (Analysis of Shakespeare)
Shall I compare Thee to a summer’s Day? Is also a poem based on love, the poet compares his lover to summer season and concludes that his lover is far better than the summer season. The rhyme scheme is quite different from the poems of Emily Dickenson, this poem is a Shakespearian Sonnet constructed with iambic pentameters. The motif used in all three of the poems is love.
This poem is difficult to understand because of its abstruse nature, Shakespeare has made several important comparisons in the poem which must be paid attention to. A young man is being directly compared with a hot summer day. The poet says that a young man is much more stable than a hot afternoon, a hot afternoon tends to change mood as it gathers pace but a young man is much different and much stable than a summer afternoon.
“This sonnet is certainly the most famous in the sequence of Shakespeare’s sonnets; it may be the most famous lyric poem in English. Among Shakespeare’s works, only lines such as “To be or not to be” and “Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?” are better-known. This is not to say that it is at all the
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