“No Coward Soul Is mine” by Emily Bronte wrote this poem to relate a persevering faith and strong spiritual/religious morals to the reader. In this poem, Emily states a true love for Him. She makes it clear that God’s faith and promises won’t leave anyone in fear in their final hour. Faith and courage are displayed throughout this poem.
Within the first stanza, Bronte explains apart of her faith she feels with god and how she shows no sign of coward ness. Also, her beliefs in God’s faith will her save her from her fears. No coward soul is mine,
No trembler in the worlds storm-troubled sphere:
I see Heavens glories shine,
And faith shines equal, arming me from fear (Bronte 1-5).
Another example of faith is being described in the last stanza of the poem from line 25-29. Bronte explains that there is no room for death in the yes of Him. Regardless of atoms that could possibly fade away, the Lord cannot and He is here and cannot be destroyed. There is not room for Death,
Nor atom that his might could render void:
Thou-THOU art Being and Breath,
And what THOU art may never be destroyed (25-29 Bronte).
In the poem “The Pulley “, by George Herbert, the main idea was when the Lord created man, he nourished man with all his blessings, including strength, beauty, wisdom, honor and pleasure. At the end of the poem, God makes it clear that he has withheld the gift of rest from man. His other blessings would inevitably result in man’s spiritual deterioration. Since man would believe he has everything...