What are the themes of Shakespeare's Sonnet 130?

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The themes of Shakespeare's Sonnet 130 are betrayal and how appearances of one's love do matter. The sonnet was written as a parody of love sonnets. Ultimately, the sonnet states affection for a lover, even if the lover isn't attractive.
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