John Donne's "Holy Sonnet 10" is very coming in contact with sonnet. Donne's writes in his sonnet that death is not "Mighty and dreadful" (2) that we all imagine. Donne in his sonnet "Holy Sonnet 10" shows aggression towards fatality that loss of life is not powerful whatsoever as most of us believe. He thinks that death is just another way to get rid of the life. John Donne is convinced that loss of life is not capable of eliminating people. He thinks people always do not die whenever we all think they will. Even we make it through whenever you don't believe we will. John Donne was mucking with fatality by calling loss of life as a slave of fate. There are so many metaphors in the sonnet showing the importance of the poem's theme and his assessment of loss of life to sleep.
John Donne in his sonnet "Holy Sonnet 10" uses wonderful words to help make the special emotions to the viewers. Also these words are extremely important for the theme of the poem. Whenever we hear the words "mighty and dreadful" it makes us frightened. When Donne writes "mighty and Dreadful" it makes people worried of death. The word "mighty" shows the power of death over all living things and "dreadful" is similar to talking to individuals are about to die and they are scared of it. However, he was sarcastic when he had written "poor fatality" (2). When Donne creates in his sonnet "from break and sleep, which but thy pictures be" (5) he intended death is not necessarily painful as we all think. Within this series Donne compares the fatality with a sleep. He says most of us wake up from the rest after some time and we can see death as a same manner just like sleeping and taking slumber. John Donne creates "Much pleasure; then from thee much more must movement" (6). He believes there are nothing to be scared of. Death is merely a way to get away from from the painful life. Even he calling fatality as a "slave" (9). We can use this expression as a metaphor showing how weak fatality is. Everybody knows slave means are required to follow the requests or commands from another person. Therefore fatality is not absolutely all powerful by himself. Death is not strong as most of us think.
John Donne uses great deal of metaphors in his sonnet "Holy Sonnet 10". Especially he compares loss of life with sleep. He creates, "From slumber and sleeping, which nonetheless they pictured be/ Much pleasure; then from thee a lot more must flow" (5-6). In these two lines Donne likened death with sleeping. This metaphor points out that, we all know sleep is a pleasurable, most of us take slumber while were sleeping, we do not really know what is certainly going on around us. Also he feels death must become more enjoyable. Since Donne believes Death is merely another way to sleeping, perhaps a sleeping from we do not awaken. From same lines we may use the term "picture" (5). Here he's declaring that just see yourselves that you will be just sleeping, fatality is not that scary that we all think. This metaphor is very effective since it shows us the real face of fatality and helps it be very clear to us.
Donne charges the loss of life when he creates "thou fine art slave to fate, chance, kings and anxious men" (9). He likened the death with centered and 3rd party. He thinks death is not self-employed by itself in any way. He is dependent on fate. John Donne feels death does not control itself but male or female does indeed. Also john Donne creates "And dost with poison, warfare, and sickness dwell, / And poppy or charms can make us sleep as well' (10-11). In this particular metaphor john demonstrates fatality uses very dangerous methods such as poison, warfare or sickness to attain its goal. Here he compares the death with sleep. While drugs or charms can put us on relax able rest. When Donne creates, "One short sleep history, we wake eternally, / And fatality shall be forget about; death thou shalt die" (13-14). In both of these lines Donne compares loss of life with sleep again. He believes we all awake in our afterlife. Where will be no more death. We all expire once and wake up. His words was very angry and saying fatality will be no more once we awaken and death will pass away.
Donne writes, "One short rest former, we wake eternally" (13). The primary theme of the poem is that we actually don't die as most of us think. Death is just like a sleeping. We awaken after and live forever and it is end of death.
Death is always been scary part of our lives. Most of the people thinks death will end their lives that's why is death is a powerful tool to control their lives. However Donne doesn't think loss of life will end people lives, we don't need to be scared of computer. Donne think loss of life is just a "short rest" (13). By the end Donne says "Death, thou shalt pass away" (14) it shows the anger how he stands against the death.