Shakespeare's Sonnets

sonnet 29, what does the poetry mean when he writes "that man's scope "?

Sonnet 29

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Scope refers to the range or mental ability/capability one man has. Art refers to the skill a man has. Shakespeare seems like he is in a bit of a funk (melancholy) when he wrote this. He laments his art and his passion when it comes to his fate.