Why I Must Pursue Thee

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Sonnet 2 of A Midsummer Night's Dream transformation.

Submitted: November 24, 2011

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Submitted: November 24, 2011



Sonnet 2:  Why I Must Pursue Thee


I will always continue to pursue thee.

Why must thee care for that great fool?

I wish you to spend eternity with me.

We would be wed together in a great hall.


I am a man who loves you so very much.

I would do everything you told me to do.

I wish not to release you from my clutch.

I want you to feel as I do for you.


You are the only one I could to be wed.

I can’t imagine being married to another,

I would rather live alone until dead,

Or spend all my life at home with mother.


How canst thou love such an awful coward?

That leaves a picture in my mind so soured.

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