| Quote #1
[…] go chide
The speaker wishes the sun would leave him alone and go bother other members of the community. He is condescending toward the outside world—while they are bound by time and seasons, he and his lover are not. His angry tone is also conveyed by the harsh consonant sounds.
| Quote #2
She's all states, all princes I. (21)
| Quote #3
Princes do but play us; compared to this
In the speaker's view, not only is the rest of society irrelevant, it's also fake. This squares with someone who is infatuated, though. How could anyone think of doing paperwork when they've found true love?