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  • Surabhi Pratap

    #The course of true love #quote tattoos A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare | 23 Epic Literary Love Tattoos

  • Jessica Martin

    Love Tattoo Quotes for Girls Rib - The course of true love never did run smooth

  • Nicole Helms

    This is a image of a tattoo someone got on there back with a William Shakespeare quote"the course of true love never did run smooth". This quite is talking about how messy true love can be it's not perfection nothing can be perfect when passion and emotions are involved. I love thus quote it took me along time to realize my true love and this quote would be a idolize symbol for our journey. Most people can identify with being in love at one time and how messy it can be.

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Shakespeare tattoo. "What fools these mortals be"- A Midsummer's Night Dream

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“I’ll follow you and make a heaven out of hell, and I’ll die by your hand which I love so well.” - Midsummer Night’s Dream, Shakespeare.