Analysis of sonnet 18 relating it to our lives
The Shakespearean sonnet has three quatrains and a concluding couplet. It consists of 14 lines, the rhyming pattern is usually abab cdcd efef gg, and written in iambic pentameter. All of his sonnets were written about love. Sonnet 18 is about the narrator being in love with a beautiful girl. In verse one, he asks if he should compare her to a summer's day but summer is not as beautiful and constant. Summer eventually dies and turns ugly but the girl he is referring to will never grow old and ugly and not even Death can say that his person's end is near.
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