Shakespeare’s ‘Shall I compare Thee to a Summer’s day’ as a poem of friendship

Though Shakespeare is known as the best playwright, he is also a versatile sonneteer. His sonnets address not only a woman but also a young man, known as the Fair Youth. His ‘Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?’ is one of the prominent sonnets that talks about this Fair Youth, a mysterious male character. Literary critics and readers throughout the years tried to decipher who exactly Shakespeare referred to but in vain. Some critics take it as an account of the sonneteer’s homosexuality. However, Fair Youth is also considered as Shakespeare’s friend.

Tribute To The Writer Of All Ages-Shakespeare

In paper, The Bard of Avon still survives.He, for times to come and go, still arrives.Now, even for ages that need to elapse,Thou will be the elite sonneteer for eras to surpass. The Playwright of all aeons that mortals can tell,Thou potential of writing still prove to be a magic spell.One perceives while reading ThouContinue reading “Tribute To The Writer Of All Ages-Shakespeare”