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Analysis: Sonnet 73Analysa SykesMs.Stagis5/29/17In Sonnet 73 Shakespeare talks about a love one departing. This poem is more on the sad side and has to do with death. In quatrain one shakespeare writes, “When yellow leaves or none, or few, do hang upon those boughs which shake against the cold, Bare ruin’d choirs where late the sweet birds sang.” What this is saying is that when he mentions the leaves falling off the trees and how there aren't many leaves left. In reference to the leaves falling and how they're being taken away is compared to people growing old and passing away. This poem also mentions a choir which is where people or“birds” sing. In the last line of this quatrain Shakespeare talks about the sweet birds that

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