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It starts out:
"Shall I compare thee to summer's day..."

but the lines here build that great longing:
"Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May,
And summer's lease hath all too short a date"

William Shakespeare's lines are written in sepia india ink calligraphy and flank a pale pink morning wooded area where the winds are indeed shaking the darling buds, painted in lightfast watercolor on heavyweight cold-pressed 9x12" Aquarelle watercolor paper. Rights to reproduction and licensing are retained by the artist.

Ready to ship, flat in a plastic sleeve (so you can mat in the frame of your choice) and cardboard Stayflat shipping support; as always, $1 first-class shipping.

Shakespeare Sonnet 18 excerpt, original signed watercolor 9x12 in. painting

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