Such impulse (on sensacionismo to the perception) can be proven in the verse end of each estrofe, in which it finishes saying the word ridicule, associated with the letters and the proper loving feeling, this guarantees an aggressiveness to the poem. In what it says respect to the lyricism, ' ' All the love letters are ridculas' ' he approaches a subject worked in exhaustion in the poetries, the love, however, here, it always will be tied with adjective ridicule. Fields already initiate saying that the possibility of not being does not exist ridicule a love letter, in the poetical lyricism this never would happen. As in the cited writer already above, Cames, the love never could be a feeling ridicule, such love could be lived or only idealized, and this feeling could until causing the death, but never it would be associated with ridicule. In first estrofe, Fields use the word all that the intensity of the insignificncia of the love letters guarantees, therefore do not have exceptions, all letters are ridicule for it.
The verb to be, used in all estrofes, fortifies the permanence of this feeling, therefore the love letters they had been, they are and they will always be ridicule, because the verb to be indicates the conservation of a state, however it will have a reason to credit them thus, that he will be seen more ahead. In second estrofe, it remains affirming that the love letters are ridicule, however it includes itself between the people write that them (becoming, thus, subjective), therefore, as well as the ones of the other people had written who them, of it had also been ridicule. is a fact that occurred in the past because the I-lyric one wrote in its time such letters of love, this time indicates probably the youth, in which the love letters are very common.