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Summary of on his Blindness.

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On His Blindness is composed by John Milton. It is a sonnet. He lost his eye sight and finds God responsible for this loss. Soon he realized that God is great. He says that God has gifted him poetic talent. He wishes to serve God by composing poems in His praise. It contains the noble idea of form faith in God. Patience suggests Milton not to complain. He is a true devotee of God. He thinks that to obey the command of God is the best service to him.

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