Shakespeare - Sonnet 116

Fill in the words to Sonnet 116, "Let me not to the marriage of true minds," by William Shakespeare.
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Let
me
not
to
the
marriage
of
true
minds
Admit
impediments.
Love
is
not
 
love
Which
alters
when
it
alteration
finds,
Or
bends
with
the
remover
to
remove.
 
O
no!
it
is
an
ever-
fixed
mark
That
looks
on
tempests
and
is
 
never
shaken;
It
is
the
star
to
every
wand'ring
bark,
Whose
worth's
unknown,
although
 
his
height
be
taken.
Love's
not
Time's
fool,
though
rosy
lips
and
cheeks
Within
 
his
bending
sickle's
compass
come;
Love
alters
not
with
his
brief
hours
and
weeks,
 
But
bears
it
out
even
to
the
edge
of
doom.
If
this
be
 
error
and
upon
me
prov'd,
I
never
writ,
nor
no
man
ever
lov'd.
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