In sonnet 22 what does the author see when he looks

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3.In Sonnet #22, what does the author see when he looks into the mirror? How does he reassure himself? (7). 4.What does the author most value in Sonnet # 25?
5. "Bare ruined choirs" refers to what in Sonnet #73? What does he mean "That on the ashes of his youth must lie"? Is the author showing regret? Explain. “Bare ruined choirs” (4) refers to the bare branches in trees where birds would sing their songs. Shakespeare is personifying the trees since the birds would sing on the branches, but they now shiver with anticipation of the cold because Winter has caused all of the leaves to fall off and die. What Shakespeare meant by, “That on the ashes of his

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