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Practice English Speaking&Listening with: Shakespeare Sonnet 1 Hi Quality Reading With Text for Learning

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from fairest creatures we desire

increase that thereby beauty's Rose

might never die but as the riper should

by time decease his tender heir might

bear his memory but thou contracted to

thine own bright eyes feeds thy light's

flame with self substantial fuel making

a famine where abundance lies thy self

thy foe to thy sweet self to cruel

Val that are now the world's fresh

ornament and only herald to the gaudy

spring within thine own bud various thy

content and tender churl makes waste in

nigger ding pity the world or else this

glutton be to eat the world's due by the

grave and thee

you

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