Analyzing Nymph's Poems

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“Nothing Last forever. Everything is temporary, even your emotions”. In life nothing lasts, eventually we will all fade. On page.308 In The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd by Sir Walter Raleigh. The Nymph’s uses Personification and Imagery in the poem. Her answer to the proposal are clear as she speaks. Love and time can change people affection. It will hurt other people and themselves. We must choose wisely in life or it ca hurt others and ourselves. We may think we love someone, but it can misguide us. The Nymph’s has made her decision and is trying to tell the shepherd how his will end. She is amaze at what he will offer, but will it be worth it? On Page.308 The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd by Sir Walter Reigh is more persuasive because of the way she uses personification. She uses many rhetorical words to decline his proposal. It’s what she sees of how their future will become and what she feels. In lines 5-7 on Page.308. “Time drives the Flock from field to fold, when rivers rage and rocks grow cold, And Philomel becometh dumb; the rest complains of cares to come” She says that how he feels now can change. Time changes everything. His feelings for her will change. You ever know what time could bring in life. It can change for…show more content…
Some things are mementos, but they won’ last long. Some will be lost, some will be thrown away, but we can’t hold onto them forever. We will have to let them go someday. On page 308. The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd by Sir Walter Reigh. In line 17-20. “The belt of straws and Ivy buds, Thy coral clasps and Amber studs, all these in no means can move to come to thee and be thy love” These gifts aren’t forever. They can’t win her love. They are just items. She can’t feel their love. You can’t buy her love. Remember nothing lasts forever. She doesn’t want items. She wants

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