Blow, blow, thou Winter Wind

Blow, blow, thou Winter Wind - William Shakespeare "Heigh Ho, sing heigh ho! Unto the green holly
Most friendship is feigning and most loving is mere folly
Then, heigh ho! Unto the holly
This life is most jolly"

The above quote is an excerpt from Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind.

This poem is comparing friendship to winter, saying that "the winter wind is not so unkind as man's ingratitude". It says that most people are not true friends and are only "feigning" friendship.

But it also says "Then, heigh ho! Unto the Holly. This life is most jolly". It means that you should be positive and forget about the bad things and be jolly, because life has bad, but it also has good too.

At least, that's my interpretation. Four stars.