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Sonnet III “Look in thy glass, and tell the face thou viewest”

(Look in the glass and check your build because you want to impregnate some girl with
that, yes you do! : P)
Look in that glass. Are you attractive? If not, you know you want to change your
appearance. That, uh, fresh repair (plastic surgery) should look pretty good. What’s the
deal, are those women without child not good enough for you? Are you gay or
something? Or are you just really self-absorbed to have kids (neo American social
character)? You know your mama had you! Even if your old, take some Viagra and get it
done. If you don’t do it, your image dies with you.

Sonnet IV “Unthrifty loveliness, why dost thou spend?”

(Uneconomically spent beauty, why are you not spent?)
Noneconomically used eminent beauty, why do you not spend your beautiful legacy?
Nature’s gift gives nothing, but does lend, and frankly, she lends to those who are
unniggard. Then, selfish beauty, why do you abuse these large gifts that you have to
give? Profitless, lone user of sums that could be used by others, how can you not live
(happily)? For being alone, alone you deceive yourself. When nature brings about your
death, what is it that will be your report on your doing? Your beauty will die with you,
where if you used it, it would be your executor.