The first poem by Campion has a Sesta Rima form, meaning a six line stanza composed of a quatrain and a couplet and rhymed a-b-a-b-c-c. It is clearly a love poem. One, where the author writes about a woman and convinces us that the woman is perfect. The author describes the woman's beautiful features, which according to him is full of perfection. However despite the fact that the poems revolves around physical, outward appearance, it focuses more specifically on the woman's facial beauty.
It is probable that the author is in love with the woman which he describes in the poem. However, it is important to note that if he thinks he loves the woman then his love is artificial because from the poem it seems that he is only in love with the woman's outward appearance and not really what she is inside or as a person.
The author describes the woman's beauty with reference to elements of nature like flowers, fruits and pearl. So basically what he is doing is comparing her beauty to nature. Since nature is pure then the woman's beauty is also natural and pure.
This poem uses metaphor to bring the combination between the woman's beauty and nature. The title of the poems and the first verse in the poem illustrates how this is done. There is a garden in her face'
Similes like her brows like bended bows do stand' are also used in the poem to show us how the author makes a comparison between two clearly different things, in that case the woman's brows and bended bows. To him the two looks similar.
The second poem by George Gordon and Lord Byron she walks in beauty' is a lyric poem written in iambic tetrameter form and similar to the...