Do you know how to write a Sonnet? If not, then learn the easy way here, with a detailed instruction about all the essential characteristics, rhyming schemes, quatrains, iambic pentameter, along with the example.
A young lady is suffering because her lover is going off to fight in a war.
In sonnet 94, the speaker argues a philosophical point that despite a pleasing appearance and personality, an individual’s behavior might still stink.
The speaker is still walking the path to self-acceptance, still looking for the courage to believe in her own good fortune at finding a love that she wants to deserve.
Analysis of Sonnet 116 as a contemplation on the nature of love.
Addressing his Muse, the speaker professes that his art will continue to be infused with the permanent beauty and spiritual strength that the heavenly Muse provides.
Edna Saint Vincent Millay's speaker in "Sonnet I" uses rich irony and alludes to the King Mithradites legend to assuage her overwhelming passion for beauty.
Gwendolyn Brooks' poem, "Gay Chaps at the Bar," is an American sonnet, based on the Petrarchan style octave of two quatrains and a sestet composed of two tercets.
A Narrator's Human Flaw of Love and His Ultimate Submission to its Power Philip Sidney's 49th sonnet, describing the journey of the narrator upon horseback, is one which follows the form of the Italian sonnet in the...
Barrett Browning's Sonnet 5 from Sonnets from the Portuguese focuses on the speaker's lack of confidence that her budding relationship will continue to grow.