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Sonnet 60

Sonnet 60


by William Shakespeare

Analysis: Steaminess Rating

Exactly how steamy is this poem?


There's no sex in this poem to speak of—unless references to the natural processes of reproduction count. With all that agricultural imagery, there's got to be room for the birds and the bees in there somewhere.

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