On Monsieur's Departure Analysis

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In this paper I will be comparing the similarities between three poems. These three poems have different authors, time and the love each authors describe. These poems authors are Lord Byron (George Gordon), Queen Elizabeth and Thomas Campion. For the very first poem which also my favorite poem On Monsieur’s Departure. Queen Elizabeth is deeply in love with a man but she couldn't express or showed how she truly felt about him. I personally think this poem basically mean she chose her country and her people over her heart. She kept her feelings for the rest of her life. I think the reason why she do that was because she is a queen, she supposed to be very careful with whatever she decided to do. She has lot of responsibilities and feel like she …show more content…
There is a break pattern started on paragraph two on second line. This poem remind me of the line where she said in another poem “ My care is life a shadow in the sun”. I personally think that she described how much she cares toward others will never end because it follow her everywhere she goes. This poem is very sad to me and make me think about my life because I am always hiding my feelings. No matter what I always being kind to everyone even to those who are bad to me. Just like she said it is a shadow it will follow everywhere that’s something I can not …show more content…
He uses similes, metaphors, and imagery throughout the poem to describe the beauty that is in this woman. She is so beautiful that it almost seems impossible that she is a real person. He use of metaphors the poet describes how beautiful this woman really is. In the first line "There is a garden in her face" the woman doesn't literally have a garden in her face, she is just so beautiful like a garden. The Poet also describes "where rose and white lilies grow" which is meant to mean her cheeks are rosy and her skin is white. He mentions pleasant fruits, particularly cherries which he describes her red lips and her white teeth. Her lips are cherry red. They enclose a double row of pearls (her teeth). When she laughs, he sees these pearls contrasted with her lips. The poet goes into describing that the woman is so beautiful that she is "threatening with piercing frowns to kill" she isn't actually going to kill the man with her frowns, but it says that if the woman does frown that it would stop a man dead. He uses similes such as "her eyes like angels watch them still" she has a very pure eyes that watched over the men that try to win her love. Another simile is “her eyebrows to the bent bows of archers” means that she’s waiting for the men of her dream to come be her savior . She’s hard to get because she is incredibly stunning. The poet also uses metaphors such as , her cheeks to

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