After reading and comparing There is a garden in her face, by Thomas Campion and My mistress’ eyes are nothing like sun, by William Shakespeare there is a distinct contrast in the tone of each piece however, they also share many similarities. The first, by Campion, is full of vibrancy in every line. The first poem gives the reader the impression the author is writing about a young beautiful woman who is full of life and new love. This poem could have been written at the beginning of a new relationship when the author was infatuated with the subject of his poem. On the other end of the spectrum Shakespeare’s poem leads the reader to feel as though the poem was written toward the end of a relationship. Throughout the entirety of Campion’s poem the reader understands his complete feelings and infatuation.