Shakespearean sonnets contain three four-line stanzas which are called quatrains followed by a rhyming couplet. Shakespeare uses the first twelve lines to present a problem, idea, or situation and then resolves or emphasizes it in the final couplet. In Shakespeare's "Sonnet 87" he stays true to this form. In the first three quatrains the speaker presents the situation of having to bid farewell to the youth but clarifies it in the final couplet.
<Tab/>In the first three quatrains the speaker introduces the fact that he must say goodbye to the youth. In the first quatrain he us…
- "Sonnet 87"
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