May 17th, 2012.
Course: Introduction to English Literature II.
To his coy Mistress and To his importunate Mistress
“To his coy Mistress” is poem written by Andrew Marvell, and this is one of his best poems ever. Author used Carpe Diem, very interesting style of writing poetry. In this poem he describes his life and how he wanted a more time with special woman. “To his importunate Mistress” is poem which is written by Peter de Vries. He also in his poem used many things that are like in Marvell’s poem “To his coy Mistress. The first sentence is same in both poem, so many writers considered that his story is copy of the Marvell’s “To his coy Mistress”.
The first poem has three stanzas, and we can see that author in this poem want tell us that all he wants is more time to him and his love. The major role in this poem has woman, who is more or less young, and an old man. In the first stanza the old man describes how he would love her, but it is not enough time for everything he wants. He also talks about how he could spend much time with her so that he can watch and admire each part of her body. His love is so big, so he says that her refusal would not affect on him because he is diligent in what he wants. In the second stanza he recalls how short human life is, and that we don’t have much time to do all things which we want. He thinks that everyone should enjoy in life, and do everything what they want. If we have opportunity for something we mustn’t miss it, because we could regret later. The last stanza talked about how he urges her to comply, claiming that in loving each other with passion they will make the most of the time they have to live. The second poem “To his importunate Mistress” is written by Peter de Vries. Peter de Vries was an American editor and novelist known for his satiric wit. His poem “To his importunate Mistress” has two stanzas.
On the beginning of the first stanza we can see that the first sentence is the same like...
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