Analysis[ edit ] In Sonnet 27 the weary poet cannot find rest — not day or night. He goes to bed weary of traveling, which is the "toil" of line one, and the "travail" of line three. As soon as he lies down, another journey begins in his thoughts — the source of which, the young man, is far from where the poet is "from far where I abide". The poet's thoughts take that journey, and though he sees nothing but the darkness of night, his imagination presents to him an image of the young man, an image that seems to hang before him in the dark, like a jewel.
Man has never considered the welfare of the earth or what is his relationship to Earth. Man rise and fall while living his life on Earth but Earth till then and now has remained the same. It has been true to man even if man did not. It is time for man to realize that we are here on Earth for a purpose and the mother Earth has a deep relationship with its inhabitants.
There are three reasons why man should honor the Earth are that Earth gives to us abundantly, we are responsible towards Earth and we are a part of Earth. In the book The Good Earth, we can see the protagonist character Wang Lung who holds a dear relationship to the land that he owned.
Even though, the way that he chooses to get the money was not right, we can applaud him for his sincerity towards the land he once owned.
Wang did not forget the land that gave him what he needed and never let him down even if he did. Earth did its duty and so will we in gratitude to earth.
Man has to honor Earth for what it has been giving. Furthermore, we as inhabitants in Earth, we are responsible towards Earth. The story The Good Earth is a great example of this duty of mankind. Wang Lung always paid respect to the land he owned and he was responsible towards the place he owned.
When the land he owned slipped away from him, he did not decide to leave and carry on, but he came back to retrieve the land because he held himself responsible for the land he owned.
We too must exhibit this very trait as Earth has been our home for generations. Not only that, Wang Lung also considered that the land he owned brought out the best in him. The good traits he displayed and the way he was in live was because of the land he owned.
He believed that the better he treated the land he owned the more he grew in character. We too must believe that the place we live in brings out the best in us. We grew as the earth grew thus making the best out of it is what we must do. Our characters portray what the earth is actually, for example resistance and hard working.
We must believe that earth is a living thing that has a soul and not just a planet that we are living in. Thus it is important for us to embrace that we are a part of the earth and we rely on each other to bring out the best from each other. Now that we knew why we should honor earth, it is important that we show it in actions.
Taking steps in making this a reality is important, as a start we could try to respect the place we are living in, our own neighborhood and the land that we own.
Earth is a gift given to men thus it is only right that we preserve and honor it for the better of us and the coming generation.page [unnumbered] page [unnumbered] page 1 poem~ s by william cullen bryant.
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The speaker is lost in thought about the past, obsessed with wasted time, failed endeavors, and lost loves. " the sonnet is an obsessional form. Its intellectual skeleton is opposition, its form is imbalance, the impatient compression of its concluding section (whether six, four, three or two lines) always leaving a question only temporarily settled, so the writer is invited or compelled to return to the charge ", Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, " Dublin.
Sonnet Study Resources. Need some extra Sonnet help? Course Hero has everything you need to master any concept and ace your next test - from course notes, Sonnet . Oct 27, · Below is the Sonnet 18 poem by William Shakespeare: Below are the explanation about synopsis, themes, moral values, setting and also language and styles elements in Sonnet 18 poem.
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