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Sonnet 20 - Beloved, my Beloved, when I think Analysis



Author: Poetry of Elizabeth Barrett Browning Type: Poetry Views: 470

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Sonnets from the Portuguese1850XXBeloved, my Beloved, when I think

That thou wast in the world a year ago,

What time I sat alone here in the snow

And saw no footprint, heard the silence sink

No moment at thy voice, but, link by link,

Went counting all my chains as if that so

They never could fall off at any blow

Struck by thy possible hand,-why, thus I drink

Of life's great cup of wonder ! Wonderful,

Never to feel thee thrill the day or night

With personal act or speech,-nor ever cull

Some prescience of thee with the blossoms white

Thou sawest growing! Atheists are as dull,

Who cannot guess God's presence out of sight.






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This poem is about when christians lose their faith in God and become unsure of him; in response, they feel lonely and overpowered by Satin, so they can\'t get rid of their sin and guilt. But in the end, it comes to the fact that no one can say God isn\'t real and he IS the one and only God, who overpowers Satin and He will always be there for us to lift our burdens, forgive our sins, and comfort us.

| Posted on 2010-12-07 | by a guest


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AN analysis of this poem is thought to be based off of Shakespeare's homosexuality. Even though in the Renaisance period male friendships were openly emotional and affectionate, this poet displays his deep and sensual love. He states that his lover is "the master-mistress of his passion". That he has the features of a women but without their changing of moods,and anything else that comes with a women and their attitude. TOwards the end of the poem there are two ways to see it, that despite the love fro the young man the poet(Shakespeare) does not want him physically.But that he wants to love the man in a spiritual way. Furthermore we are able to tell how controversial this poem is and the different point of view and opinions that it has.

| Posted on 2005-05-01 | by Approved Guest




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