Shakespeare manages to make a person feel something that is indescribable better known as the feeling of love. Love will find its’ way in the end; it is something that drives all of us as human beings, for everyone wants to be loved. In Shakespeare's sonnet 116: Let me not to the Marriage of True Minds, the importance of love is discussed. As well the importance of interfering with love is noted. Love has a path for everyone, and sometimes not every follows their path. Sonnet 130: My Mistress’ Eyes are nothing like the Sun, explains the importance of individuality when dealing with love. Not just in love, but in life in general you must stay true to yourself. For it is far better to be yourself and be happy than be something or someone you are not and not be happy. Love is a challenge, there are going to be broken bonds when dealing with love, not everything is going to instantly connect. In Shakespeare’s sonnet 147: My Love is as a Fever Longing Still, he writes about the infatuation with love itself. “My love is a fever longing still” (Shakespeare). Love is what ultimately keeps you going. It is the driving force behind everything that everyone wants out of life, for if you have no one to s...
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