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Sonnet 7

       ,           ,   2    ,         ,          ,
      Lo in | the or|ient when | the gra|cious light
        T    T  .   T         ,          ,      ,
      Lifts up his bur|ning head,| each^un|der eye
            ,       ,        ,       ,        ,
      Doth^hom|age to | his new-|appear|ing sight,
       ,               ,          ,       ,    ,
      Serving | with looks | his sa|cred ma|jesty;
           ,         ,            ,        ,    2     ,
      And hav|ing climbed | the steep-|up hea|venly hill,
         ,           ,       ,             ,       ,
      Resem|bling strong | youth in | his mid|dle age,
           ,        ,        ,          ,       ,
      Yet mor|tal looks | adore | his beau|ty still,
         ,        ,        ,       ,       ,
      Atten|ding on | his gol|den pil|grimage:
            ,           ,         ,           ,      ,
      But when | from high|most^pitch | with wea|ry car,
        T    Tx    T        ,         ,         ,
      Like feeble age | he ree|leth from | the day,
            ,           ,   2     ,        ,       ,
      The eyes |(fore* du|teous) now | conver|ted are
                  ,    ,           ,      ,       ,
      From his / low tract,| and look | ano|ther way:
           ,         ,        ,      ,         ,
      So thou,| thyself | outgo|ing in | thy noon
          ,           x         ,          ,       ,
      Unlooked | on diest | unless | thou get | a son.

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