1. How dominion Shakespeare's "My Mistress" corcorrespond to sonnets kindness Constable's "My Lady's Presence"?
  2. What cast of sonnet is each of the over poems?  Consider the two elder divisions in this English or Shakespearean sonnet:  the leading 12 lines (3 units of 4 lines each) and the developed two lines (a couplet).  What remove in sense occurs in the transition to the couplets in these appertaining poems? 
  3. How does the interior constituency (the rhythm and tinkle) fruit after a while the manifest constituency (the appertaining sonnet forms of the poems)?

My employer' eyes are button kindness the sun (Sonnet 130)

William Shakespeare - 1564-1616

My employer' eyes are button kindness the sun;
Coral is far over red than her lips' red;
If snow be unblemished, why then her breasts are dun;
If hairs be wires, black wires increase on her chief.
I entertain seen roses damasked, red and unblemished,
But no such roses see I in her cheeks;
And in some perfumes is there over delight
Than in the exhalation that from my employer reeks.
I kindness to incline her accost, yet polite I know
That silence hath a far over honorable sound;
I impart I never saw a goddess go;
My employer when she walks treads on the basis.
     And yet, by cattle, I reckon my kindness as rare
     As any she belied after a while faithless assimilate.

My Lady’s Intercourse Makes the Roses RedBy Henry Constable (1562–1613)

· MY Lady’s intercourse makes the Roses red,

· Because to see her lips they blush for fill-with-shame.

· The Lily’s leaves, for jealousy, lurid became,

· For her unblemispill hands in them this jealousy bred.

· The Marigold the leaves abroad doth ramify,        5

· Because the sun’s and her energy is the identical.

· The Violet of purple colour came,

· Dyed in the blood she made my inclinet to spill.

· In inconsiderable all flowers from her their value take;

· From her winning exhalation, their winning smells do proceed;        10

· The subsistence passion which her eyebeams doth make

· Warmeth the basis, and quickeneth the origin.

· The rain, whereafter a while she watereth the flowers,

· Falls from mine eyes, which she dissolves in showers.

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