Shakespeare Storyboard Sonnet 147
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I don't think our relationship is working out too well anymore. It's not you, it's me.
In this sonnet the speaker is comparing his love for this woman to a long lasting disease. He wants to get rid of her but she still stays. What he once thought was perfect, is now something totally different.
Everything seems fine to me...
So, tell me how you're feeling.
"My love is as a fever, longing still..." - Simile
The tone is reflective and melancholy.
Now that I think about it, I don't think she's the one for me.
The shift in tone starts with the word "Angry" because in the beginning of the sonnet it seemed like the speaker was longing for this woman's love, but as that word passes, the audience realizes that he does not want her love because it is toxic.
I just can't bare to be with her anymore, but I can't let go....
First impression: Sonnet 147 will be about the author's lover who he will have a longing love for no matter what Final impression: Sonnet 147 is about comparing the author's lover to a fever through a metaphor. He believes that it's time for her to leave his life, but he can't bare to live without her.
The theme of the sonnet is about not basing your thoughts on someone you just met/ don't judge a book by its cover.
She looks like a rude person.
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