1. Noun
Creatures increase rose
time heir memory
Eyes flame flue famine abundance
foe self ornament spring bud
churl, due ,glutton, grave, thee

2. Adjective
Fairest beauty’s tender
own bright thy light’s self-substantial
sweet world’s only fresh gaudy tender

3. Verb
Desire might die should decrease bear
contracted feed’st making lies
busiest make’s pity be to eat

4. Adverb
thereby never by too niggardly now

5. Preposition
From that but by
to where now

6. Conjunction
but or else within and with

7. Pronoun
We thou thine thyself they

NoPoWriMo 27
Prompt: dissect a Shakespeare sonnet (source: Sonnet i)

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