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Sonnets 131 &141 echo these sentiments by saying that though some say his lover's face isn't beautiful enough to "make love groan," he finds her capacity to wound him undiminished. Basically, "My dear, you have many flaws, but I'm infatuated with you anyway."
Sonnet 53 is similar to 130 in form (almost opposite in idea), because in it there is
- a blazon, or catalog of the beloved's physical attributes compared to other people or objects
- the rhyme scheme ABABCDCDEFEFGG.
- an ending couplet celebrating the goodness of his mistress' heart, similarly to 130