Not Marble--sonnet 55

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<ul><li> 1. William Shakespeare Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 2. What is a Sonnet? Before Shakespeares day, the word sonnet meant simply little song, i.e., a short lyric poem. It changed towards the 16th century. A sonnet contains 14 lines. The three Quatrains of 4 lines each and a Couplet of 2 lines. The themes are revealed in the Quatrains whereas the Resolution or Conclusion is projected in the Couplet. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 3. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 4. Sonnet 55Not Marble ... Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 5. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 6. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 7. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 8. Sonnet 55 Nor the gildedmonuments.. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 9. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 10. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 11. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 12. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 13. Sonnet 55Shall outlivethis powerful rhyme... Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 14. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 15. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 16. Sonnet 55 But you shall shine morepowerful in these contents... Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 17. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 18. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 19. Sonnet 55 Than unsweptstone besmeard with ... Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 20. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 21. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 22. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 23. Sonnet 55Sluttish time... Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 24. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 25. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 26. Sonnet 55When wasteful war ... Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 27. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 28. Sonnet 55 Shallstatuesoverturn... Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 29. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 30. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 31. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 32. Sonnet 55And broils rootout the work ofmasonry, Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 33. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 34. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 35. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 36. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 37. Sonnet 55 Nor Marshis sword... Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 38. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 39. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 40. Sonnet 55 Nor wars quick fireshall burn... Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 41. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 42. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 43. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 44. Sonnet 55 The livingrecord of your memory . Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 45. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 46. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 47. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 48. Sonnet 55Gainst death and all- oblivious enmity Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 49. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 50. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 51. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 52. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 53. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 54. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 55. Sonnet 55Shall you paceforth; your praiseshall still findroom...Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 56. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 57. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 58. Sonnet 55Even in theeyes of all posterity Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 59. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 60. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 61. Sonnet 55That wear thisworld out to theending doom. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 62. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 63. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 64. Sonnet 55 So, till the judgment thatyourself arise, Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 65. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 66. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 67. You live in this, Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 68. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 69. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 70. Sonnet 55 and dwell inlovers eyes. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> <li> 71. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar </li> </ul>