”My tongue-tied Muse”

Silence speaks sweeter
than quire filled by gilded quill;
my breathlessness breathes. 1



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Image: Copper engraving of William Shakespeare by Martin Droeshout 1623 with a facsimile of William Shakespeare’s signature.

  1. My tongue-tied Muse in manners holds her still — Sonnet LXXXV – William Shakespeare

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