What is this line from? "And she caught me in her arms long and small, then did we all her sweetly kiss." shakespeare?
Excellent work by your fellow student. This is not quite a Shakespearean quote, nor is it a correct quote. It is, indeed, from a sonnet written by Sir Thomas Wyatt . The sonnet, like so many from the Elizabethan era, are not named, so it is generally known by either a few words or the entire first...
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I may be wrong but try 'They flee from me that Sometime did me Seek' by Sir Thomas Wyatt