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The sun is a symbol of happiness and the joy of life. When the writer sees the sun's rays it gives him joy. By saying that his mistress' eyes do not look like the sun it means that when he looks at her eyes she does not reflect happiness or joy. Her eyes do not shine like the sun. The nature appears more powerful than humankind...
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Her eyes do not shine like the sun. The nature appears more powerful than humankind. In the title of the poem "Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day?", Shakespeare is debating whether or not his love one is worth being compare to a summer day. Unlike the first poem, the poet does not know what the answer is from the title or whether it is fair to compare nature to her...
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