A Poem of Reasons (An English/Shakespearean sonnet)

Doubt not the reasons humans die are true.
And many more will perish err earth ends.
We die for country, for our families too.
And yes we die more sadly for our friends.
It can be true that death comes oft for love.
Tis true enough we also die from birth.
Our life has mortal limits from above.
Much like the beasts with whom we share this earth.
As love reveals a warm embracing scene
Though death is waiting at the very end
Such life surpasses all we may have seen
And all our reason cries let life extend!
As moon and stars in night are lights above
Tis more sublime that we should live for love

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