Shakespeare's Sonnets

what does the poem suggest about the speaker as a person?

Sonnet 30

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The speaker seems lost in thoughts of past and his melancholy. By replaying his 'old woes' over in his mind, the speaker is missing out on new joys he could be having, his 'dear time's waste.' The speaker seems like a sentimental and sensitive person. He seems stuck in past woes.