I like the way you combine the celestial imagery with the human.
The meter is very good, and flows (at least for me) unobtrusively, which is difficult to do. I normally would complain about the poetic contractions (unkiss'd) and the use of anachronisms (like "thy"), but they seem to work here because of the formalistic tone of the sonnet. Well done.
the Complete Works to find which one you copied. You didn't.(Or is this Dryden?) No it's just you, complimenting some of the greatest poets with your exquisite mastery. I've finally scored someone 100. I must read it yet again, but add praise because it's actually not even my favourite of yours. You have in me a genuine 'fan'. Mancelt.
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