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Percy Shelley's "Ode to Heaven"
Analysis of "Ditty of First Desire"

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Federico Garcia Lorcas, Ditty of First Desire, is a poem of a person wanting to be consumed by the love of love, so to speak. From the moment he gets up, to the moment he sleeps, he wants his very soul to be transformed into the very embodiment of loves desire.

By searching for something that can seem virtually impossible to attain, Lorca's and Shelley's poems are similar in this manner. The ever wanting desire to understand heaven, as well as love, correlates into a subject of endless questioning.

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