Madrigal is a secular form of music often used as a partsong. It was very popular during the time of Renaissance. It was polyphonic and usually unaccompanied, since it used a plenty of voices.
Shakespeare compares Youth and “Crabbed age” (old age) . He describes them as a couple which cannot live together since they are the complete opposites of each other. While Youth id careless, summer-like and healthy, Age is weak, sad and has “short breath”.
Now crabbed aged ones are in old age homes
Left by the younger gen too busy to love or care
And look into wrinkled eyes and hold arthritic hands
But left to walk into the sunset so alone and so bare.........
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