This means that his sonnets although they comprise the standard fourteen lines often have many more than ten syllables in a line as is the case in this classic sonnet about a kestrel in flight the poem is dedicated to christ our lord and hopkins likens the majesty of the bird to the grace of god 9. The sonnet also illustrates shakespeares patented witty playful use of words in line six where he doubles up the word form a ploy which serves as a lighthearted reminder not to take the poem too seriously but to simply savor it again note the feminine endings this time in lines 2 and 4 5 sonnets 64 65. The sonnets sonnets 51 100 by william shakespeare poem text and resources hundreds of famous classical poems to browse study or send to a friend. What is a sonnet a sonnet is a type of poem that is comprised of fourteen lines of verse that follow a specific rhyme scheme depending on the type of sonnet the word sonnet comes from the italian word sonetto and what does it mean
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