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Practice English Speaking&Listening with: Shakespeare Sonnet 2 Hi quality reading with text for Learning

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when forty winters shall besiege thy

brow and dig deep trenches in thy

beauty's field

the youths proud livery so gazed on now

will be a tatter'd weed of small worth

held then being asked where all thy

beauty lies where all the treasure of

thy lusty days to say within thine own

deep sunken eyes were on all eating

shame and thriftless praise how much

more praise deserved thy beauty's use if

thou couldst answer this fair child of

mine shall sum my count and make my old

excuse proving his beauty by succession

thine this were to be new made when thou

art old and see thy blood warm once thou

feel'st it cold

you

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