Heart Touching and famous Poem :
The English poet, playwright and actor William Shakespeare was. Born at Stratford-upon-Avon on 26 April 1564_23 April 1616 died. Her dad was a successful local merchant, while her mother was a landowner’s daughter. There was a mistake. He also calls him the national poet of England and is dubbed Avon’s Bard.
The greatest writer in the English language and the greatest dramatist on earth was William Shakespeare. The English National Poet and Bard of Avon are often referred to him. Wikiping of the Internet.
THE RAPE OF LUCRECE
The ancient Romans Lucretia was raped and committed suicidal suicide by the king’s son. In the late 6th century BC, the incident led to anti-monarchic rebellions, which led to the transition from ancient Rome to the Republic. The Rape of Lucretia is a 1855-line tragic poem of the rape and the repercussion of the event by the King’s son, Sextus Tarquinius. It is extremely rich in poetic colors, fantasies and metaphors and is one of the earliest and best-known poems in Shakespeare. Don’t miss Heart Touching poem:
Part of poem:
When they had sworn to this advised doom,
They did conclude to bear dead Lucrece thence;
To show her bleeding body thorough Rome,
And so to publish Tarquin’s foul offence:
Which being done with speedy diligence,
The Romans plausibly did give consent
To Tarquin’s everlasting banishment.
THE PHOENIX AND THE TURTLE
The Phoenix and Turtle are a poem about the death of ideal love, perhaps allegorically. Many critics find this to be a poem about the relationship between beauty and reality. The poem portrays a funeral for the deceased Phoenix and Turtledove who, respectively, are symbols of excellence and devotion. It is one of the darkest plays ever published and its significance is still debated. The phoenix, Elizabeth I and the turtle-dove, portraying her husband, the second Earl of Essex, was thought to mention various things including the collapse of the Tudor dynasty.
Part of poem:
Truth may seem but cannot be;
Beauty brag but ’tis not she;
Truth and beauty buried be.
To this urn let those repair
That are either true or fair;
For these dead birds sigh a prayer.