|Sonnets in colour: 10-18|
In this second part of the "procreation" sub-sequence, the speaker's fatherly admiration gradually transforms into a romantic passion, and the idea of eternity-by-procreation gives way to that of immortalizing power of poetry, culminating in one the most famous poems of the English literature, Sonnet 18 ("Shall I compare thee to a summer's day").
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The rework appears in the journal (as a plan on March 7, 2016).
Then, the March 9 journal (the idea of this composition being about death).