Sweet-and-twenty Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


O mistress mine where are you roamingA
O stay and hear your true love 's comingA
That can sing both high and lowB
Trip no further pretty sweetingA
Journeys end in lovers meetingA
Every wise man's son doth knowB
What is love 'tis not hereafterC
Present mirth hath present laughterC
What 's to come is still unsureD
In delay there lies no plentyE
Then come kiss me sweet and twentyE
Youth 's a stuff will not endureD

William Shakespeare


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