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Sonnet 3

        ,    2        ,           ,          ,           ,
      Look in thy | glass and | tell the | face thou | viewest
       ,    2        ,           ,             ,     ,
      Now is the | time that | face should | form an|other
              ,         ,        ,          ,       ,       o
      Whose fresh | repair | if now | thou not | renew|est,
             ,         ,          ,          ,           ,       o
      Thou dost | beguile | the world, | unbless | some^mo|ther.   (hex with prev)
            ,         ,         ,           ,         ,
      For where | is she | so fair | whose un|eared^womb
           ,           ,       ,        ,      ,
      Disdains | the till|age of | thy hus|bandry?
          ,        ,        ,          ,         ,
      Or who | is he | so fond | will be | the tomb
                 ,    ,          ,        ,    ,
      Of his / self-love, | to stop | poster|ity?
            ,         ,          ,          ,         ,
      Thou art | thy mo|ther's glass | and she | in thee
        T     T   .    T     ,       ,         ,
      Calls back the love|ly A|pril of | her prime
           ,             ,        ,          ,           ,
      So thou | through win|dows of | thine^age | shalt see,
          ,          ,          ,          ,       ,
      Despite | of wrin|kles, this | thy gold|en time.
           ,          ,       ,         ,        ,
      But if | thou live | remem|bered not | to be,
       ,    ,                  ,       ,           ,
      Die sing/le and | thine^im|age dies | with thee.

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