5 lines written in iambic pentameter follow an

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**Lines written in iambic pentameter follow an “unstressed/stressed/unstressed/stressed patternWhenInEternalLinesToTimeThouGrow’st
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Intro to Sonnet 1818thpoem by William ShakespearePart of a huge series of sonnets written in 1609154 little poemsSonnet 18 the most famous Perfect Sonnet form Relatable topic
Unfamiliar Vocabulary in Sonnet 18Temperate-Even tempered or balanced (Mood)Thou-YouThy-YourArt-AreBuds-First growth on a flowerHath-HasEye of Heaven- The sunUntrimmed- Unchanged in the face of nature’s natural changeOw’st- To own or possesWand’rest- To wander(to walk without direction)Grow'st-You grow as time grows
Sonnet 18 (Lines 1-4)Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May,And summer's lease hath all too short a date: Should I compare to you a summer’s day?You’re more likeable and even tempered than a summer’s dayStrong winds threaten the new flowers of MaySummer does not last very long PersonificationShall I compare thee to a summer's day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate:Alliteration
Sonnet 18 (Lines 5-8)

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