the unity of the speaker and his beloved <--
the distance between the speaker and his beloved
the mistrust between the speaker and his beloved
the fear the speaker has of losing his beloved
How are the images of darkness in Sonnet 79 by Pablo Neruda different from the images of darkness in his Sonnet 17?
In Sonnet 79, darkness is depicted as something that brings hope to the speaker and his beloved. <--
In Sonnet 79, darkness is depicted as something that comforts the speaker and his beloved.
In Sonnet 79, darkness is depicted as a tool used by the speaker and his beloved.
In Sonnet 79, darkness is depicted as a threat to the speaker and his beloved.
References to the "soul" and "ideal Grace" in lines 3 and 4 of Sonnet 43 by Elizabeth Barrett Browning depict the speaker's love in __.
spiritual terms <--
can u check my answers
this reader pictures nothing as you have not given me the poem to read.
I'm sorry but I live in California and laughter is grossly illegal here. Yeah? The guys on the main street downtown where I used to live were carrying on a playing tag and just having fun in general. It appeared they may have stopped in one of the many bars along the row and were just having a great time on the sidewalk. As I walked by I told one of them to be careful since public displays of happiness were not allowed in California ... he laughed and carried on with his friends until a police cruiser pulled up, and then a backup, and before you know it the streets were quiet once again. The happiness had been removed and arrested. But yes, I agree with Neruda ... I laugh each and every day for absolutely NO REASON and enjoy every minute of it. You don't need something to laugh "at" in order to laugh. You can chuckle or laugh to yourself and it will still perk you uP. Just try it. Love, Light, laughter, and happpiness be with you, I AM dartagnon