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Sonnet 104 and 307
Answer 1
There are several types of sensory images, such as visual, tactile, auditory, motion, auditory, and g
ustatory. For example, he can see without the use of his eyes and perceive things by touch and sound. Furthermore, he laments not only with his tongue but also with the manner in which he acts, walks, and makes bodily gestures. That is, despite the loss of his tongue and eyes, he retains these senses (Eriksen, 2010).

Answer 2
In "Sonnet 307," both the persona as well as the one addressed are mourning the loss of a person they love. The persona desires for the latter to approach him so that they can talk about the past (Fowler, 1986).

Answer 3
The persona wishes to keep each other in her/his thoughts each and every day that she/he misses in order to convey his message. And they yearn to be together, enjoying hours with one another (Neumeyer, 1979).

Answer 4
This is because the poet's heart reflects the bird's melancholy song. The poet wants the bird's consoling company so they can mourn together (Olivera, 2010).

Answer 5
In sonnet 104, he ponders the perplexing state that love has placed him in. However, in sonnet 307, the problem of persona is having fluctuations between states as a way of demonstrating instability (Eriksen, 2010).

Answer 6
He wants his readers to...
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