"Sonnet 116" by William Shakespeare and "Cold in the Earth" by Emily Bront¸.
In the poems "Sonnet 116" by William Shakespeare and "Cold in the Earth" by Emily Bront¸ the theme of love is clearly expressed in numerous ways and reflects one of the strongest human bonds.
In "Sonnet 116", Shakespeare describes love in its most ideal form, as an eternal, everlasting bond between two people that can withstand physical changes caused by the passing of time. Love is described as unchanging and unalterable. The first two lines are an allusion to the words of the Marriage Service: 'If any of you know cause or just impediment why these two persons should not be joined…
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