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Shakespeare, My Love to Him

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These days, dream,
To exchange dream,
To smile
Romeo and Juliet
Coriolanus,
Julius Caesar,
Macbeth,
And his continue writings
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The stability of the life
Of compassion,
Shakespeare, my love to him

In the mean time
I want to say one thing,
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I want to give one thing,
Which I have never offered to
Anybody in my life
Up to this time,
Shakespeare, my love to him
Hamlet
Othello
Antony and Cleopatra
Cymbeline,
I always showed my willingness,
After without adding a word
Due to my love
I have been standing with the poetry
His poems "A Lover's Complaint
Lost plays
Love's Labour's Won
The History of Cardenio"

Reading and reading
Seconds,
Minuets, and hours.
I am standing,
Although
People to grow in a poem.
I feel pride,
When I see the
Lines of Shakespeare
On the sides of my poetry
William Shakespeare, my love to him

Everywhere our space is
Particularly enveloped 
With the poetry
William Shakespeare 
A great writer,
How happy,
I looked on the day
I knew Shakespeare,
Of his poetry
Moved round with love.
Therefore, 
In the morning
In the afternoon,
In the evening
Every time,
With the thought
To connective,
All kinds of things at all time.
Shakespeare, who is always beautiful.
William Shakespeare, my love to him
Certainly, I remain in a way
Satisfied with pride.
That is to say,
Defining a poem,
A poem that accepts the
Love,  
Every poetry,
Depending on some dream.
This way,
What written in a play
Now slowly,
Shakespeare's poetry 
Transformed into
A journey.
Shakespeare, m y love to him 
Is t he translation of life
Into poetry,
Divided,
Into writings
Some aspects of life
Reflected,
Always in a poem
In fact,
What required most is love.
I really like to
Commit for poems.
At this time,
Reading Shakespeare on the moon.
It's the moon near the heart
I feel,
With the life
I am now reading Shakespeare
It's beautiful to carry on
All the days,
On the outside poetry
As I have this sources 
Of happiness
And on the other hand
I have the moment,

The feeling these days, dream,
To exchange mutually with
William Shakespeare,
To smile and love
Each other fully.
With Shakespeare's poetry
Proved movement.
What a sunny day!

The life take in long breaths and
Wait for Shakespeare
The time is away and the
Morning is almost near
I see,
Reading Shakespeare, attentively
Concentrating
To my poetry

Last night,
I sat down by my chair
And smiled,
If on slowly.
Reading Shakespeare's
Romeo & Juliet
A Lover's Complaint
Lost plays
Love's Labour's Won
Extremely beautiful
We have accepted
That this has become 
A regular
Process
For life
For love
Shakespeare, my love to him.

 

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Journalist and Story Writer Kamala B. Sarup is an editor for mediaforfreedom.com. Kamala Sarup was a regular contributor to UPI- Asia News. She is specialising in in-depth reporting and writing on democracy, freedom, anti terrorism, Women's (more...)
 

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