Sonnet 130 Poem By William Shakespeare

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Sonnet 130 Poem

My Mistress’ Eyes Are Nothing Like The Sun;
Coral Is Far More Red Than Her Lips’ Red;
If Snow Be White, Why Then Her Breasts Are Dun;
If Hairs Be Wires, Black Wires Grow On Her Head.
I Have Seen Roses Damasked, Red And White,
But No Such Roses See I In Her Cheeks;
And In Some Perfumes Is There More Delight
Than In The Breath That From My Mistress Reeks.
I Love To Hear Her Speak, Yet Well I Know
That Music Hath A Far More Pleasing Sound;
I Grant I Never Saw A Goddess Go;
My Mistress, When She Walks, Treads On The Ground.
And Yet, By Heaven, I Think My Love As Rare
As Any She Belied With False Compare.



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