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 What kind of poem is ‘comparing me to you on a summer day’.  Who is the poet. Who is the poet talking about?  What did the poet say about the said person.

   'I'll compare summer days to yours' is a sonnet.The poet is William Shakespeare.

   ● The poet speaks of his friend.  Mr. W. H.  Or William Herbert who was also a patron of the poet.

   ● The poet praises the beauty of his friend.  Her friend is more beautiful than summer days.  

The beauty of a summer day is often seen as incongruous because it is sometimes very hot or cloudy.  

But her friend's beauty is both impressive and restrained.  The poet therefore felt the urge to make his friend immortal.  

He realizes the time when the Almighty and every mortal is perishable, but through His verses the beauty of His friend will be eternal.

Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day 'What kind of poetry?  Who is the poet?  Who is the poet talking about?  What does the poet say about the intended person in the quote?

 'Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day' is a sonnet I poet William Shakespeare.

The poet is his friend Mr.  Speaking of W. H. or William Herbert who is again the patron saint of the poet.

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  The poet praised his friend.  Her friend is more beautiful than a summer day.  The beauty of summer days is inconsistent because sometimes it is too hot,

 sometimes it is cloudy.  But her friend's beauty is both impressive and restrained.  Thus, the poet has realized the need to immortalize his friend. 

 She felt that time was omnipotent and perishable of all worldly things, but through her poetry the beauty of her friend would be eternal.

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