What's a Shakespearean way to put these sentences to?
I am a burning candle,What have I done, my love, that bid you
Be gone from me?
- 4 weeks agoBest Answer
Am I a burning candle? What hath I done? My love, get ye gone from thy sight.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
No one puts sentences "to."
- 4 weeks ago
Your question is not grammatically correct in either current or Shakespearean English. Just give up, or at least read some fcuking Shakespeare yourself.
- BookbinderLv 74 weeks ago
I burn, as doth a candle.
Tell me, beloved, what cause I have given thee,
That thou art gone from me.
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- CaraLv 74 weeks ago
Get the grammar right. Either say "What did I do, ... that bade you ...", or say "What have I done, ... that has bidden", and then that's good enough.