Paper on Unholy Sonnet by Mark Jarman
In this sonnet, a man is sits through a catholic mass, praying, singing hymns, listening to the sermon, and took communion. He is nervous and uneasy. "...after the hand-wringing..." (687) He lets his mind wander for a time while noticing the shafts of light through the window, revealing particles of dust dancing over in the sanctuary, this still does not take the pain away. So he confesses, but he still feels the pain of what he has done. He still can't cleanse the spilt blood from his conscience.
An English rhyming scheme is ababcdcdcdefefgg, the Italian…
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