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Sonnet 130 paraphrase my mistress eyes are nothing like the sun my mistresss eyes are nothing like the sun coral is far more red than her lips red coral is far more.

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My mistress eyes are nothing like the sun sonnet 130 william shakespeare 1564 1616 my mistress eyes are nothing like the sun coral is far more red than her lips red if snow be white why then her breasts are dun if hairs be.

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Span classnews_dtfeb 26 2008spannbsp018332best answer black wires grow on her head is a metaphor because hes describing her by saying that part of her is something rather than is like something if he says that she is like something thats a simile.

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As you can see in the first sonnet shakespeare is saying that his love isnt really that beautiful she is nothing like the sun she is dark when pale skin was admired her hair resembles wires on the other hand in the second sonnet he is praising his loved ones beauty saying how she is more lovely than a summers day.

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Sonnet 130 my mistress eyes are nothing like the sun coral is far more red than her lips red if snow be white why then her breasts are dun if hairs be wires black wires grow on her head.

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Click here to get an answer to your question read the following shakespearean sonnet my mistress eyes are nothing like the sun coral is far more red th.

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Span classnews_dtfeb 01 2011spannbsp018332i could really use some help so in sonnet 130 what is the metaphor my mistress eyes are nothing like the sun coral is far more red than her lips red if snow be white why then her breasts are dun if hair be wires black wires grow on her head i have seen roses damasked red and white but no such roses see i in her.

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