" A Guitar player Tunes Up”, by Frances Cornford compassionately compares a basic untuned acoustic guitar to a much loved young lady. It is a clear, suggestive, and effective poem. It also expresses the between imaginative instinct and possessive intuition. Cornford suggested that the guitarist is an artist who will be well aware with the behaviour with the guitar " an instrument created from wire and wood” (4). He is aware where and just how should this individual strike the strings from the guitar to create about selected musical seems. He is nothing like a " lordly conqueror” who owns all wire and wooden of the lands, but simply cannot bring about virtually any musical tone out of which (3). This kind of poem makes denotation/connotations and imagery, are necessary to emphasizing the ways where a " lordly conqueror” shares power with and cares about his lady, like he'd for his own device (3). Contemporary society was and continues to be based off patriarchal principles, it was likely intended for the man for taking power and hold restraints for a girls in a relationship. The way the guitar player comes before his " instrument” with " receptive courtesy implies that a person is requesting to control his women, rather than demanding. The significance of " bent over his instrument” still signifies that he is searching her condescending, as opposed to similarly. However , someone knows he can simply dealing with her with kindness, and the guitarist can be not against controlling her as a " conqueror”. The poet analyzes the guitar player (an artist) with a person who is crazy about a liked woman. The lover knows how and what ought to he perform to bring about desired reactions of his beloved, they will play the game of love. So , the guitar player is like the man who is deeply in love with a woman and it is not like the ‘lordly conqueror'.