Sonnet Iii: Look In Thy Glass, And Tell The Face Thou Viewest

Poem By William Shakespeare

Valiant and courageous are those who remain focused to stay,
Determined to realize their dreams despite opposition in their way.
Or positions some may take to plant obstacles on their paths.

Nor is it vanity that keeps one feeding on faith and lasting beliefs.
It is the willingness to sacrifice for that which is loved and seeks,
To prove in the doing and dismissing thoughts of impossibilities.

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