Sad Sonnet

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"Then can I drown an eye, unused to flow"

My eyes are most definitely used to flows... I'm a crier, for everything! lol This poem was really sad. However, it made me feel happy to be young and full of opportunities. I wonder what it was that Shakespeare was talking about when he said "I sigh the lack of many a thing I sought." What did he regret? I haven't read to many poems by Shakespeare that were as solemn as this one. I his usage of words like grieve, woe, and sorrows made the mood of the poem really, really depressing. I liked it. :-)

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