The Best Poets By William Shakespear
William Shakespeare lived a long life and left behind a body of work that is considered some of the greatest ever written. His plays include Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, Macbeth, King Lear, Julius Caesar, The Taming of the Shrew, Othello, As You Like It, and Twelfth Night. Many scholars consider him to be the greatest writer who has ever lived. Below are some of the best poets that he wrote.
“One rose by one bud” – William Shakespeare (1564-1616)
William Shakespeare was born on April 23, 1564, at Stratford Upon Avon, Warwickshire, England. He died on April 23, 1616, at Stratford Upon Avon, Warwickshire. He had two children named Susanna and Thomas. In his early years, he worked for a family business. Through work experience, he learned about various trades including carpentry, masonry, farming, tailoring, shipbuilding, blacksmithing, and bookkeeping. He married Anne Hathaway; they had three daughters and four sons together. He also wrote many poems, plays, and sonnets.
“I love not me…For I am nothing worth
What a wretched thing Is man! When my glass hath told me so, / My conscience hath another theme/ And says thou art all eye, and no heart’ – William Shakespeare (1564–1616): William Shakespeare believed in God and had a deep connection with nature. It is said that he could see things before they happened or even knew what would happen in the future. A lot of people believed that Shakespeare might be able to predict future events because he always showed how everything came true in his works. For example, when John F. Kennedy was elected as President of the United States, William Shakespeare wrote King Lear where Edgar is killed off by his father, king Lear. Another example was when Leonardo Da Vinci was asked to build an aeroplane, William Shakespeare wrote one of his plays called The Tempest where Prospero turns into a bird.
“The course of true love never did run smooth”- William Shakespeare (1564 – 1616)
Love can make you do crazy things. That’s exactly what happens to Romeo from his beloved, Rosaline. He does anything for her like giving up his name, his home, and his freedom to marry her. On the other hand, Juliet loves Paris but she chooses death over living without him. These lines perfectly express this relationship because they say that true love makes you willing to sacrifice everything just to stay close to your lover.
“Blow winds and crack your cheeks! rage, blow! / You cataracts and hurricanes, spout / Till you have drenched our steeples and drowned our cocks!”- William Shakespeare(1564 – 1616)
“The Tempest”, Act 5 Scene 1: This line comes from William Shakespeare’s masterpiece, The Tempest. Here, Ariel sings to show Miranda how stormy the weather gets during a hurricane. The word cataract means rain falling very fast. So, the wind is blowing hard and the rain is coming down heavily. This line is so powerful because it shows how angry the gods get whenever humans don’t obey their rules. The author is telling us how strong the hurricane will become if we keep causing problems.
“O happy dagger! / That gleams i’th’ night; / In that rich jewel house at heaven’s door…”-William Shakespeare (1564 –1604), Henry VI Part 2, act 4, scene 3
This poem appears in Henry VI part two, act four, scene three. Shakespeare uses this image to describe the Holy Spirit. If someone has a blessed and holy spirit inside them then12): Lady Macbeth knows that there is something wrong with her husband Duncan. She tries to convince herself that nothing is going on between them. However, when Bessie Curdles tells her about a dream she had, Lady Macbeth becomes convinced that her husband murdered three children. In the end, Lady Macbeth kills her son who also happens to be Duncan’s child. Her quote describes how she feels after murdering her husband; she thinks that her husband’s heart is that of a tiger only covered by a human body.
In conclusion, we can say that all these famous poets have added an important contribution to the literature by inspiring people to write poems both in English and other languages. Their works are so popular because they express emotions in a very simple way using language. In addition, some poets have written with inspiration from gambling. Try playing online casino games today and enjoy their various games.