Sonnet XXIX

Describe symbolism in Sonnet XXIX by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

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Nature is a symbol of warmth and renewal of love. The speaker awaits his or her beloved in anticipation of love rejuvenating like nature in springtime.

my thoughts do twine and bud
About thee, as wild vines, about a tree,
Put out broad leaves,