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Sonnet 14

       ,               ,        ,        ,          ,
      Not from | the stars | do I | my judge|ment pluck;
           ,         ,         ,        ,    ,
      And yet | methinks | I have | Astro|nomy,
           ,         ,         ,       ,       ,
      But not | to tell | of good | or e|vil luck,
           ,              ,           ,         ,     ,
      Of plagues, | of dearths, | or sea|sons' qua|lity;
           ,       ,              ,    ,         ,
      Nor can | I for|tune to / brief min|utes tell,
        ,             ,          ,         ,          ,
      Pointing | to each | his thun|der, rain | and wind,
          ,           ,       ,        ,          ,
      Or say | with prin|ces if | it shall | go^well
          ,        ,          ,       ,        ,
      By oft | predict | that I | in heav|en find:
            ,            ,         ,        ,      ,
      But from | thine^eyes | my know|ledge I | derive,
           ,          ,           ,        ,          ,
      And con|stant stars, | in them | I read | such art
           ,          ,        ,         ,        ,
      As truth | and beau|ty shall | togeth|er thrive,
           ,        ,           ,             ,          ,
      If from | thyself, | to store | thou wouldst | convert;
           ,         ,         ,        ,     ,
      Or else | of thee | this^I | prognos|ticate:
           ,          ,            ,         ,          ,
      Thy end | is truth's | and beau|ty's doom | and date.

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