Joseph for restful death I cry,” He means

Joseph Tamer5th hour ShakespeareSonnet 66The long walk of man is full of landmines,Each step of possibility no more.No thought nor care leads many to demise,And so tiresome is this endless war.Clouds of wickedness do block out the sun,Time to time all the same falls vile rain.Earth a castle, does evil overrun.The good soldiers here lie on the ground slain.But fight on ’til the fever is broken.Fight on to your last breath, ’til reaper reaps.Fight on ’til hill taken, enemy stricken.Fight on until the devil face down sleeps.Here die we once through burning flame and strife.We must fight for the good things left in life.Shakespeare Sonnet 66 Analysis In Sonnet 66’s first quatrain, Shakespeare begins by both hinting at what the poem would be about and setting up the first quatrain’s meaning, which is about evil screwing things up. Shakespeare says in the first line “Tired with all these, for restful death I cry,” He means that in life there are a lot of bad things from which he would like to escape seeing. Then in the next line he begins the list of things that he would no longer like to see, stating in the second line “As to behold desert a beggar born,” Shakespeare means that some people will be born to live in poverty. He then goes on in line 3 to talk about undeserving people getting everything they want saying “And needy nothing trimmed in jollity,”. Finally in the last line of the first quatrain he says “And purest faith unhappily forsworn,”, this means that people make promises that they never meant to keep. In the second quatrain shakespeare talks about people being wronged.In line 5 he says “And gilded honor shamefully misplaced,” this means that the respect and honor that some deserve are given to the wrong people. In lines 6 and 7 he says “And maiden virtue rudely strumpeted, And right perfection wrongfully disgraced,” this means that the public perception of a person was wrongfully corrupted by lies. Shakespeare ends this quatrain in line 8 by saying “And strength by limping sway disablèd,” he means that some people in powerful positions use their power to take advantage of others. In the 3rd and final quatrain shakespeare talks about control and