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Surname 1 Comparison of Tones as used in poems shall I Compare Thee to a summer’s Day? And The Flea It requests in itself a vision of suns breeze and bloom to be able to compare one to a summer’s day. As in the case of the poem sonnet shall I Compare Thee to a summer’s Day? By Shakespeare his gentle tone that through the help of symbolism and comparison helps with the effective saturation of the piece. The euphony and dictions careful application helps create a soothing, splendid sound that would be equivalent to a lover’s reminiscent praise. Through such a carefully constructed masterpiece the reader gets pulled into a period in time where affections are openly voiced. The loving and light tone in the poem is effectively used by Shakespeare to communicate the recreating and employed devices that portray the fire filtrated and subtle warmth that is filtered between the two lovers. An image is clearly created by very sounds of the piece as described in line one and two that states Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? and Thou art more lovely and more temperate, the two lines soothing sounds have a euphoric feeling which is revealed through the conveyed imagery in the poems third and fourth lines mainly Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May,/ And summer's lease hath all too short a date. Through these lines the temporary

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