"That time of year thou mayst in me behold <br />
When yellow leaves, or none, or few, do hang<br />
Upon those boughs which shake against the cold, <br />
Bare ruin'd choirs, where late the sweet birds sang. <br />
In me thou seest the twilight of such day "

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a song?

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Sonnet 73 by Shakespeare ^_^

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hmm never read that :O

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well honestly there are some vocabs i dont understand :O

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Like what o.o?

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mayst, fadeth, seest o.O

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Mayst means "may", fadeth means "fade" and seest" means "sees" ^_^

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omg thats weird, did Shakespeare make his own word? :O

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Nope, it was the language used back then. You think that's weird? You should check out the unedited language in the Canterbury Tales by Chaucer. THAT'S weird o.o

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well i dont read many things :O i guess you've read lots of poems and novels o.O

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Kind of..I am a Literature nerd :P

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lol i used to read many novels but i can't even remember the whole stories if i need to recall :O and mostly i hate it coz sometimes the happy ending seems so easy to get &gt;.&gt;

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I hate happy endings :/

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i hate it so much! thats why i always made sad endings in my stories :O

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Same. I usually watch movies with tragic endings too, love them ^_^

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