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Bacon Essay

Summary: This is a personal response to Bacon and Wyatt's poetry about love. A comparison between the two and the power that love has on the human mind.
Everyone falls in love at some point of their live, but love doesn't always fall in the way everyone wants. Love is not always at everyone's expectations. There are ups and downs during a relationship, and some just do whatever they can to bring up their relationship. That's what they called "blinded by love." Love is a very powerful emotion and sometimes it can cause people to be depressed. Most depressed people don't love themselves and they don't feel loved by others therefore leading them to do something crazy. It's true what Bacon says in his essay "Of Love", "therefore it was well said that `it is impossible to love and to be wise.'" When someone is in love, all they see is the one they love. They try to do everything for them in order to keep peace between them. Wyatt's poems, Bacon's essay "Of Love...

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