| Quote #7
ROSALINE: My face is but a moon, and clouded too.
Rosaline, masked as the Princess, tries to give the King a clue that she's only second in this party (i.e., not the sun). The King just hears romance.
| Quote #8
UNNAMED. When daisies pied and violets blue
Like we said, Spring is all about sexual activity. "Cuckoo" is unwelcome to the married man's ear because it sounds like "cuckold" – someone whose wife is cheating on him. Shakespeare often ended plays with teasing, light-hearted songs like this.
| Quote #9
UNNAMED: When blood is nipp'd, and ways be foul,
While Spring is about sex, Winter is about endurance. The verse points out the potentially bleak side of marriage.