Study Guide post Test - Study Guide post Test#1 POEMS Sonnets Loving in Truth Sir William Sydney o The speaker cannot think of anything to write down

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Study Guide post Test#1 POEMS Sonnets Loving in Truth: Sir William Sydney o The speaker cannot think of anything to write down, his inspiration tells him to write from the heart With how sad steps…:Sir William Sydney o He speaks about the moon, and how it is up there compared to for us That time of year . . . : William Shakespeare o Speaking about love during the transition to winter They that have power . . . :William Shakespeare o Good people and things can be ruined by their actions At the round earth's . . . : John Donne o Asks god to let all good deceased people to rest well, and asks how he can repent his sins Death be not proud . . . :John Donne o Says that death is not a good thing, and that it should not exist (“Death should die”) Batter My Heart…:John Donne o Asks god to shoot him down if he ever betrays him Prayer (I): George Herbert o Personifies the act of praying When I consider how my light is spent:John Milton o Thinks about how he spends all of his days realizing that life is so short, and can end at any moment Composed Upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802: William Woodsworth o Speaks of the beauty surrounding him as he sits on a bridge looking out Mutability: William Woodsworth o How time can make a once grassy field plain and white (snow) On first Looking into Chapman’s Homer: John Keats o Speaks about the first time he heard Chapman tell the story of Homer God’s Grandeur: Gerard Manely Hopkins o Speaks about gods power Pied Beauty: Gerard Manely Hopkins o Speaks about all the beautiful things that god has given us, and says we should praise him for it Leda and the Swan: W.B. Yeats o Retells the story of Greek mythology about a swan raping a women

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