Asked in Drama and Acting, Poetry, William Shakespeare
What form of poem is shall I compare thee to a summer's day?
The actual name of this poem, Sonnet XVIII, gives you the hint to what kind of poem it is. It's a sonnet. ...
Asked in Poetry, William Shakespeare
Is all the worlds a stage a poem or sonnet?
It is neither. It is a speech, extracted from the play As You Like It by William Shakespeare. It is poetic, but it is not a poem since it is not intended to stand alone as a poem. It is not a sonnet--it does not rhyme as all sonnets do. Just for your info: If something is a sonnet then, believe me, it has to be a poem as well. Guaranteed. ...
Asked in Poetry
Poem of the emperor's new sonnet?
The Emperor's New Sonnet is a Poem by Jose Villa Garcia and the Poem includes nothing but its title. It may sound crazy or weird, but that's how the Poem really is. Here's what the poem looks like: The Emperor's New Sonnet There are no words, right? Well, that's the mystery of this poem. For more information, you can read the explanation about the "Empty Poem" here: http://www.shvoong.com/humanities/theory-criticism/2350290-emperor-new-sonnet-closer-look/ ...