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What is William Shakespeare is actually saying

about his “mistress” (at the time—a term of endearment and not one of

someone having an adulterous affair). Why does he use these words to

describe her? What is he really trying to say as is pointed out in the final,

ending couplet (final two lines). How do these two lines change the

meaning of the poem?

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