There is actually nothing wrong with it. It would be in a different register of English than we normally communicate in today. It is in more of a poetic register, or Shakespearian English register. It would probably also sound very natural in a drawing room in England in the 19th century. Still, there is nothing wrong with it from the grammar point of view. I do not consider it "wrong" just because it is not what you would normally hear today. If you are a foreign speaker, native speakers expect you to sound a little different, and sometimes different can be a nice change.