Shakespeare Love Sonnet Poems - Analysis of Sonnet 18 (Shall I Compare Thee?)

 Sonnet poems 18 Analysis: the first quatrain

   Sonnet 18 are the most famous love Sonnet poems of Shakespeare. In the history of the sonnets of Shakespeare , the main character takes this message to young fair, with whom he shared a special love . That love is platonic or sexual , has been debated in recent years, but romantic and emotional nature of this Sonnet poems can not be discussed . The author begins by asking , compare to a summer day ? , Y is the comparison of beauty , youth and vitality of youth that only summer day. The author also claims that the young man is just lovely and more temperate than a summer day - maybe just tell young people is more quiet, nice and smooth.

   However, the last two lines of this quatrain say summer is very short , and begin to question the good-looking young only going to last forever

second quartet

   In this quartet , negative thoughts and worries begin to fill the writer's head . It begins with the performance of his thoughts was that lasts too little. You can feel the mood aa rather thoughtful and hesitate when speaking the summer too hot , sometimes too cold - unpleasant summer ends . Therefore, even if the young man is just beautiful , reasonable young can sometimes be angry, and can also be serious . He begins to question the nature " ... each fair fair accepts some time " - even the right things and beautiful lose its beauty fair youth " change the course of nature."

Third quartet

   However, a new sense of vigor seems to have overcome the writer earlier this quartet , and said firmly, " the eternal summer shall not fade. " Said the young beauty and vitality just should not disappear . He says that he will not lose his youth and beauty it possesses, and death not ask for his . The author could say that the fair young inner beauty does not fade, and there is certainly an element that , with these poetic words , but the author also says the words " eternal lines " that the beauty of youth fair is immortalized in the words of the sonnet.

Sonnet poems Final couplet rhyme

   The final couplet of a Shakespearean Sonnet poems, which reinforces the claim earlier writers . While there are people in this world to read these words, the spirit of youth and beauty just lives in the Sonnet poems.

    Here is the love Sonnet poems by Shakespeare , Sonnet 18. Even I left the Sonnet poems in quatrains for you.

Sonnet poems First Quartet

I can ? Compare thee to a summer's day?

Thou art more lovely and more temperate ;

Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May,

And summer's lease hath too short a date ;

second quartet

Sometimes too hot the eye of heaven shines ,

And often dimm'd golden complexion ;

And every fair from fair sometime declines ,

By chance or change the course of nature untrimm'd ;

Third quartet

But thy eternal summer shall not fade,

Nor lose possession of that ow'st are just ;

Death does not boast that wander'st his shadow ,

When in eternal lines to time you grow'st :

Final couplet rhyme

As long as men can breathe or eyes can see ,

While lives this and this gives life to thee .