Reciting the most UNCONVENTIONAL SHAKESPEARE SONNET..

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Guys, here I read William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 130,’My mistress’ Eyes are nothing like the sun’. Don’t forget to susbcribe.

This is one of my favourite poems, because back in the time when authors were busy comparing women with objects, Shakespeare mocks them here and also presents women as human beings who need not be conventionally aesthetic or perfect.

-Mrinalini Raj

24 Comments Add yours

  1. Anand Bose says:

    Beautiful thoughts

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  2. shadawss shadawss says:

    Beautiful words… you beautifully conveyed it. I think you are a Shakespearean fan!?

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    1. I appreciate him.

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      1. shadawss shadawss says:

        Good.. its difficult to read his work. After Shakespeare’s works, i loved read works like Wuthering heights… but now I prefer 21st century writings.

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        1. Yes. They all have their own importance!

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        2. shadawss shadawss says:

          🤝 expecting your video. It helped me to recollect the things I have studied during my college. Even though I have reading habit. I failed to see the magic in the words.

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        3. Thank you. I’ll keep you updated!

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        4. shadawss shadawss says:

          Welcome

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  3. haoyando says:

    “belied with false compare”. Great line.

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  4. hgamma says:

    The eyes
    the blue
    the woman
    they still shine
    after half a century
    in my heart

    their lips ask
    me today
    always closed
    down there on
    Shore the
    rippling lake

    oh kiss me
    take my youth away
    away with you

    I did not dare
    the goddess
    those in the evening
    walking in the meadow
    to the bank
    me a hint
    to exchange tenderness
    gave me

    the kiss the
    I didn’t give her

    I admit
    I know
    that nobody will believe me
    her face
    stayed on my life path
    her red lips
    her face
    chaste and youthful

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  5. Ena says:

    Thanks for checking out my blog recently!

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    1. Thank you, it was a good experience ..do susbcribe to my youtube channel…

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  6. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    WOW

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      1. YOU ARE INDEED WELCOME!

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  7. utahan15 says:

    her ayes are nothing as to the son
    the one who upturned the tables
    of the money lenders
    outside the fathers house

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    1. Do subscribe to my channel☺

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      1. utahan15 says:

        great words. the wonderful sting cd from 1987. i will if i have not already.

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