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Sonnet 18 (stanza 2)
(William Shakespears)

Sonnet 18 by William Shakespeare (Stanza 2)
And often is his gold complexion dimm?d
Means: The sun?s rays are always blocked out by the clouds
Literal meaning : ?gold complexion? Means the sun
And every fair from fair sometimes decline
Means: Every beauty in the world will fade away
By chance, or nature?s changing course, untrimm?d
Means: All the beauty fades away because of the harsh
             environment, accidentally or as time passes by
Literal meaning: ?By chance? means accidentally, ?nature?s
                            changing course? means the passing of time
But thy eternal summer shall not fade
Means: But your beauty will not fade away
Literal meaning: ?eternal summer? means beauty
Olden English: ?thy? means your
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