Some glory in their birth, some in their skill
The possession of status and wealth are juxtaposed in this sonnet with the more intangible quality associated with love. The poet takes more pride in his relationship but there remains the insecurity of his whole world being made wretched should his love leave. Exploration of this sonnet is made possible through the practical activities in the worksheets which delve into the poetic structure and form along with the ideas that Shakespeare revels in. The reading on the PowerPoint also adds dimension.