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Different Kinds of Poems with different Kinds of Love.

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Different Kinds of Poems with different Kinds of Love. There are many types of poems, the old English times. Poems are expressed by emotions and expressions. Emotions play a very important role in the poetry if there is no emotions, the poem will just be very plain and dull. Examples of emotions in poems are e.g. Happiness, sadness, tense and others. Types of love like: First Love, Unrequited Love, Memory of Love, Equal Love and so on. It may be a ballad, a poem that tells a story or it also may be a Petrarchan sonnet. "Villegiature" by Edith Neshit is a wonderful poem that describes a boy who wants to back away from his relationship with a beautiful girl. Villegiature itself check this apart. The speaker in the poem is upset and the poem shows how she reacts to the situation. She even dreamt of her lover reaching out to kiss her! ...read more.

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This poem is written by Christina Rossetti. A Poem written by John Clare. "First Love" describes a boy whose heart has been stolen by a beautiful lady. He was so in love with her that he will be struck dazzled whenever he sees her, his face will turn pale and his legs will refuse to walk away. He thinks she is naturally beautiful, quoting: 'her face bloomed like a sweet flower' and whenever he thinks about her, he will be overwhelmed or confused. Quoting: 'Seemed midnight at noonday, I could not see a thing, words from my eyes did start; they spoke as chords do from string, and blood burnt round my heart'. I could not see a thing in the old days like that; men were not allowed to go too close to a woman he didn't know well. He is in depression and longed to express his feelings to her but he just doesn't have the courage to do so. ...read more.

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She found him plants to eat like smoothies and said she love him. She gets emotional and gave him kisses of four. She sang him a song which made him fall asleep and he had the strangest dream ever. He saw pale kings and queens and they all cried: 'La Belle Dame Sans Merci'. They started to get hungry and opened their mouth wide apart, wanting to swallow him. And then all of a sudden, he woke up and realizes it was only a nightmare. And that is why he sits here, hanging around with the grasses that has little flowers and no birds sing. This poem is written by John Keats. These poems are all love poems. Many types of Poems have many types of ending. Some are happy, some are dumbfounded and others are even heart-breaking. My conclusion is that some poems can be very interesting that you will be concentrating but others can be boring. Myself, I only like some of the poems as I find others have very confusing ending. Jasper Sng English Coursework 10P 1 ...read more.

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