"On My First son" by Ben Jonson
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In the poem "On my first son" Ben Jonson uses powerful diction and language to convey his emotions of anger and despair. These emotions which he feels as a Father over the loss of his son makes him question his faith in his maker.
In the first stanza Jonson conveys his sense of loss by using its diction and language. The words "farewell" of his "joy" in the first sentence show us the deep emotional pain he fell by losing the "child of [his] right hand". Jonson has described his son with innocent and, literally, happy words. …
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