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John Donne, a famed poet in the 17th century, was well known for writing love poems. In his first years, Donne was a Catholic Priest who at his later converted into church of England and became an Anglican Priest. During this period, he wrote poems that represented his religious views and his love for his wife Ann. In one of the poems, John Donne employs the term Canonization to confuse his readers to believing that the poem is all about spiritual viewpoints. However, he really uses the word 'Canonization' to discuss love tribulations. John Donne's poem, 'Canonization', is a special creation which was not unusual for poetry written by poets of his day. Canonization, could be believed to possess a lot of hidden significance which could be compared to the poet's personal life experiences and it is also contradictory to what the term 'Canonization' actually means. Donne makes the readers change their opinion on what they already understand about love and believe his concepts on love. Donne as poet, uses his experience to write poems like the "Canonization" to show how he was able to adapt from Catholicism into Anglicanism and often reflects in poetry topics like love and faith and approaches them in a transcendent manner. In order to further explain how John Donne was able to accommodate this into his work the "Canonization, a journal called John Donne and the Art of Adaptation states "He did so by blending old habits and new to his own way of being (Cothran 91). This provides readers a better grasp on how Donne combines his own life experience in his poem the "Canonization", Canonization itself signifies idyllic saints, given dedication from the Roman Catholic Church specifically to give glory. From the poem Donne, contrasts the societal reputation encompassing an ov...