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Shakespeare's sonnet is written by William Shakespeare on a variety of topics. When talking about Shakespeare's sonnets, it almost always refers to the 154 sonnets that were first published together in Quarter in 1609.
The contents are divided into three parts, and the main part (No. 1 to No. 126) is a beautiful figure of a patron. First, he praised his beauty and invited him to marry and have a son in order to leave the beauty forever, and then the bitterness of parting, resentment of the nobleman who took away the poet's lover, jealousy of the intervention of rival poets, excellence and anguish, Sing of the state of cut-off, restoration of friendship and victory of love.
Part 2 (No. 127-152) is about the so-called 'black lady', while praising her, insisting on the existence of a rival, blaming a woman for her innocence, and reproaching her sexual desires such as karma (業報). It also includes a sonnet from the cursed'poisonous theory'. Part 3 (Nos. 153 to 154) is a song about Cupid. It is said to be the greatest masterpiece of sonnet literature.