Shakespeare's Sonnets

Sonnet 34 metaphore ( image and comparison)

What is the metaphore ; image ( vehicle) and the comparison(tenor) in sonnet 34 ? I could not find it .

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The images in this sonnet are hopeful, dark storm clouds and the promise of a new dawn. The tenor, or idea conveyed to the reader, is one of penitence..... an underlying sadness at some wrong done to another..... one that made the speaker weep, but one that also left him satisfied by those same tears.


Sonnet 34

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I have couple questions ıf I may.

What is the dramatic situation ?

Who is the speaker in the poem ?