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Shakespearian Sonnets

            William Shakespeare was an outstanding English playwright and a poet who lived during the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. Shakespeare is greatly known as the best dramatist ever. Compare to other authors his plays have been created such a large number of times and read mainly in such a variety of nations as his. And his sonnets are generally considered to be among the most beautiful and most powerful poems in English literature. Sonnet 29, lets us know whether the speaker tending to a man or a lady. Sonnet 116, tells us how the speaker has been through the wringer with adoration, and developed with a clearer understanding of it. In Sonnet 130, the references to such protests of perfection are undoubtedly show, yet they're there to delineate his mate is not as beautiful- a collection of dismissal of the sonnet structure and substance.
             In Sonnet 29, the speaker depicts his depression and his low self-esteem. He is clearly despondent and in a miserable state, "I all alone between my outcast state, and trouble deaf heaven with my bootless cries, and look upon myself, and curse my fate " (lines 2-4), his prayers to haven are not being heard and he find himself internalizing his issues. He's oxymoronic and envy that he needs to be similar to other individuals, in the same way as "One more rich in trust " (line 5), and with unique feature, companion, intelligence, and have more hope when he prays but he doesn't have any of these things. He's least contented with what he used to enjoy the most "With what I most enjoy contented least; yet in these thoughts myself almost despising " (lines 8-9), that he wishes he could have many skills like other individuals and freedom. But in this moment, he should simply to "Haply I think on thee, and then my state, like to the lark at break of day arising, from sullen earth, sings hymns at heaven's gate " (lines 10-12), that his washed with joy when he intimate a romance in which cools himself off.

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