Also question is, what does Shakespeare mean by Let me not to the marriage of true minds?
Let me not to the marriage of true minds / Admit impediments. The first line of a sonnet by William Shakespeare . The poet is denying that anything can come between true lovers (that is, be an impediment to their love.)
One may also ask, what is marriage of true minds? The marriage of true minds . “The marriage of true minds ” is a phrase both widely used and difficult to understand, at least in the way Shakespeare meant it. When we speak of a ” marriage of the minds ” we get around the problem of what ” true ” means.
Similarly, it is asked, who wrote the line Let me not to the marriage of true minds admit impediments?
Is Sonnet 116 in Romeo and Juliet?
Sonnet 116 . Sonnet 116 and the play of Romeo and Juliet can relate as sonnet 116 is about love and how love doesn’t fade away not matter what the obstacles are. In it, he identifies what love is, and what it is not. His idea is that love is unbreakable, and will prevail through all hardships.