14-07-09

William Shakespeare - De sonetten

William Shakespeare (1564-1616) De sonetten van William Shakespeare worden gerekend tot het beste dat de wereldliteratuur heeft voortgebracht. De sonetten worden al vier eeuwen met steeds verbazende belangstelling herlezen, op nieuw vertaald, geïnterpreteerd en onderworpen aan literair-historisch onderzoek. O how much more doth beauty beauteous seem/By that sweet ornament which thruth doth give/the rose looks fair, buth fairer we it deem/for that sweet odour witch doth in it live/The canker blooms have full as deep a dye/ As the perfumèd tincture of the roses/Hang on such thorns and play as wantonly/When summer's breath their maskèd buds discloses/But for their virtue only is their show/They live unwooed and unrespected fade/Die to themselves. Sweet Roses do not so/Of theyr sweet deaths are sweetest odours made/And so of you, 2GHCA2GK15OCAB32W36CAZA2XYXCAZA2Q55CAJC1CIOCAOICNJBCABPVPLQCAKNE5VGCAD9ZJ4BCABFD1UTCAG0C4GKCA30128SCAES533MCAZ4ZLF2CA4CRGFHCA90282NCAVFTMMPCAYBA4STCAFFJUXEbeauteous and lovely youth/When that shall fade, my verse distils your thruth/

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