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 And it gives you life. What does 'it' mean Who is called by 'you'  How does 'it' give life


  'It' refers to a verse written by the poet William Shakespeare.

   The 'Thi' means the poet's friend Mr. W.D.

  H, who is also the patron of the poet.

  Poet William Shakespeare predicted in Sonnet No. 18 that his friend would live forever even after the cruel wounds of time.  

This has been made possible by immortal verses or sonnets composed by the poet.  The whole human race will read them as long as they are loved.  

Thus the beauty of the friend will be celebrated forever in this mortal world.  Even the relentless march of time will not be able to ruin the reputation of friendship as depicted in the sonnet.

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What's wrong with this?  Who has to say 'Thee'?  How does ‘this’ provide life?

 This 'This' means the poem written by the poet William Shakespeare.

 ● 'Thee' to say the poet's friend Mr.  W. H., who is again the patron saint of the poet.

  The poet William Shakespeare concludes in Sonnet No. 18 that his friend will live forever despite the cruel blows of time.  

This will be possible through his immortal poems or sonnets.  They will read his poems as long as the whole human race grows.  

Thus the beauty of the poet's friend will be admired forever in this mortal world.  Even the relentless journey of time will not destroy the reputation of the poet's friend described in the sonnet.


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