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sonnet 18

Explain each two line stanza in sonnet 18? please


Concerning your question about Shakespeare's "Sonnet 18," just so you don't leave the answers to your question with a misunderstanding, the sonnet isn't arranged in two-line stanzas.

A Shakespearean sonnet is usually organized in three quatrains (four-line stanzas), followed by a couplet (a pair of rhyming lines).  You can see this in the rhyme scheme of this sonnet:

a b a b c d c d e f e f g g

The rhymes form the stanzas with the combinations of a and b, c and d, e and f, and g and g.

Just to explain, in the first stanza, day and May rhyme, and temperate and date form a sight rhyme.

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