Seasons and Life

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When I first saw that I would be reading something by Shakespeare I made a sad face... like this :-( because I cannot understand his style of writing! Yet, as I read sonnet 73 (I read this about 10 times...) I started to get his comparrison between nature, seasons, and life. If I am not mistaken, the line that says "In me thou seest the twilight of such day," is about being in an older stage of life. Moving from youth or a place where "yellow leaves, or none, or few do hang." This is all I really could understand...

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