Shakespeare's Sonnets

explain any two images employed by Shakespeare in sonnet no 64 to suggest the ravages of time

sonnet no 64

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"When sometime lofty towers I see down-razed..."

The line above speaks to the ravages of time incurred by men.

"When I have seen the hungry ocean gain

Advantage on the kingdom of the shore,

And the firm soil win of the watery main..."

The lines above refer to the ravages of land caused by nature.


Sonnet 64