What Is the Theme of Sonnet 75 by Edmund Spenser?

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The theme of 'Sonnet 75' by Edmund Spenser is eternal love. The poem describes how a man will eternally love a woman. The poem tries to explain how even death will not stop this undying and eternal love he feels toward her.
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to me the theme is about love and strength. You have to hold on.Last to be free.
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The tone is reassurance. His love keeps washing away, but
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I think this is the poem? 1 MY hungry eyes through greedy couetize, 2 still to behold the obiect of their paine: 3 with no contentment can themselues suffize, 4 but hauing pine and
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Spenser's "Sonnet 75" meets all these criteria, telling of the speaker's wish to write his love's name on the sand in the first stanza. In the following stanzas, the woman
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