John Donne's poems, whether religious or secular, are highly intellectual concept to compare the metaphysical concept to compare the marriage bed to blood mingled within a flea's body. John Milton's poems are highly intellectual, "On his blindness." Where he uses words to share his feelings of a victim that held rather is appreciated for his blindness.
John Donne's proceeded the flea's action: " me is sock'd first, and now sucks thee, / and in the flea, our two bloods mingled bee." The speaker is saying that his lover's and his bloods are already mingled. The last line in the first stanza it explains that a woman will not yield. Also the speaker spares the life of the flea, because if she kills the flea, "three life" will end; the flea's, the speaker, and hers. The seduction continues with logic which she will become a murderer.
John Milton's poems were written as a Petrarchan sonnet.
Where he reveals himself "whem I consider how my light is spent / ere half my days in this dark world and wide." His giving an expression of his situation of not having a capability to see he has "and that one talent which is death to hide /lodged with me useless. Though my soul more bent." On the seventh line he wrote "doth god exact day-labor, light denied?" Which he explains that god expects work while being blind. He also wrote " god doth not need / either man's work or his own gift" which means. There's no need to work.
There have been similarities as well as differences. Both English writers talked about reality in other words about life. Which has lead to sentimental situation. On the other hand they where written on different time period (John Donne 1572-1631 and John...