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Writing Design of Holy Sonnet 10 by John Donne John Donne's diction, detail, point of view, metaphysical format, and tone employed in "Holy Sonnet 10" communicate both a feeling of cynical and domination, in addition to an awareness of mockery of death. The effects on the reader include confidence and confidence in confronting death. The writer's diction makes the reader feel that passing could be defeated. As an instance, passing was called "powerful and dreadful" but the author shows it is not more than a "brief sleep" where guys go for the "remainder of the bones." The overall idea of death is frightening and frightening, however, the reader is told that it's just a short phase everyone goes through. It's an chance for men to separate their soul and physical body. Additionally, if "poison, war, and illness" can make us "sleep," then why does passing "swell'st." the author shows the reader that there are many things to cause death so it should not be so arrogant with pride. Ultimately, all will conquer death however hard it tries. The writer's details supply the reader with the clear concise idea of the way passing.