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Sonnet XVII Analysis

Author: Poetry of Edmund Spenser Type: Poetry Views: 228

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THe glorious portraict of that Angels face,

Made to amaze weake mens confused skil:

and this worlds worthlesse glory to embase,

what pen, what pencill can expresse her fill?

For though he colours could deuize at will,

and eke his learned hand at pleasure guide:

least trembling it his wormanship should spill,

yet many wondrous things there are beside.

The sweet eye-glaunces, that like arrowes glide,

the charming smiles, that rob sence from the hart:

the louely pleasance and the lofty pride,

cannot expressed be by any art.

A greater craftesmans hand thereto doth neede,

that can expresse the life of things indeed.


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Oh, my gosh, Anne I'm amazed you get so much from this!! Poetry is so pesarnol. I didn't see any anger over the way guys fall for that bitch's fake appearance. Amazing Hey Anne haven't visited for ages! x x

| Posted on 2013-11-18 | by a guest

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I never got the impression that Mr. Parker was gone was spot on for me. Although I cotnniue to morn his passing, however the combination of author and editor(s) accomplished LULLABY is alright with me. Parker's gift to say so much with so few words cotnniues. Thanks to all who helped the happen!

| Posted on 2013-11-15 | by a guest

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I'm right there with you. I find I have less and less patience for books that don't grab me from the beignning or have significant portions that feel like a chore to read or have characters that are irritating or...well, I could go on and on. The book I'm reading now and the last book I read, I'm sure I would have thrown aside (with some force) if I hadn't signed up to review them. There are just too many good books out there (not to mention all books actually in my house) to waste time on "bad" ones! x x

| Posted on 2013-11-14 | by a guest

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Hey bro,How are you? We'd love to have more writers on board. Which sites have you wrtetin for? What topics do you cover? Here's my email to contact me further: Looking forward to working with you.Cheers,Omar

| Posted on 2013-11-12 | by a guest

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That's very cool, Lee. I wonder if the 'real wrtier' thing is to do with expectations. When you say 'wrtier', I see someone Byronic, with ink-splattered fingers, living with a permanently open line to the divine muse. They are published, rich, successful, I've heard of them and they live in a study somewhere surrounded by leather tomes, drinking gin with Shakespeare and scribbling on their parchment late into thenight.When I actually do meet wrtiers and discover that they're ordinary people who look a bit like me and live ordinary lives with ordinary worries, I can't help feel disappointed. Especially if I've never heard of their book. "But you're not a REAL wrtier!" I want to wail.I agree with Nicky about the having to write thing. I'm very good at not writing and I'm as real as the next ordinary wrtier. To me, writing's a job - a difficult job, about which I feel passionate and spend hours trying to get right, but a job none the less. I don't believe that some people are born with a direct line to the muse and some aren't.Maybe that's why I haven't met any real wrtiers yet ...

| Posted on 2013-11-12 | by a guest

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