IMAGERYThroughout this sonnet the reader can create at visual of the seasons changing from fall to winter. The sonnet talks about the bleak skies of November. The reader can envision gray and dreary clouds. It tells how the sunlight once warm us with its heat, but now colder temps are upon us.
All times of summer fade, as fade they must.
Despite the wistful longing we might feel,
Embrace what time remains: it will not last
Your autumn, too will soon be ancient past.
As bleak November's iron skies descend. This line tells the reader that the season is about to change. The sonnet's theme is about how the warmer season is now giving way to the dreary, and cooler temps, of November.