Sonnet 145: Those Lips That Love's Own Hand Did Make Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Those lips that Love's own hand did makeA
Breathed forth the sound that said I hateB
To me that languished for her sakeA
But when she saw my woeful stateB
Straight in her heart did mercy comeC
Chiding that tongue that ever sweetD
Was used in giving gentle doomE
And taught it thus anew to greetD
I hate she altered with an endF
That followed it as gentle dayG
Doth follow night who like a fiendH
From heaven to hell is flown awayG
I hate from hate away she threwI
And saved my life saying not youI

William Shakespeare


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