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What is the meaning of “youth i do adore thee” in Crabbed Age and Youth by William Shakespeare?

What is the meaning of “youth i do adore thee” in Crabbed Age and Youth by William Shakespeare?

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  1. These words (youth I do adore thee) are spoken by a maiden in this poem. “Adore” means “love”, “thee” means “you”. The maiden says that he she loves youth because love is young a person must be young in order to be in love. An old person cannot fall in love.

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