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Sonnet 31

           ,      ,        ,            ,     ,
      Thy bos|om is | endear|ed with / all hearts,
            ,        ,        ,        ,       ,
      Which^I | by lack|ing have | suppos|ed dead;
       .    T      T     T     .   T     T    T        ,
      And there reigns Love,| and all Love's lo|ving parts,
       .   T    T      T            ,            ,    ,
      And all those friends | which I | thought bur|ied.
            x       ,     ,       ,    2     ,
      How many | a ho|ly and | obse|quious tear
             ,       ,         ,       x                ,
      Hath^dear | reli|gious love | stolen from | mine^eye,
           ,        ,         ,           ,        ,
      As inte|rest of | the dead,| which now | appear
            ,          ,           ,       ,          ,
      But things | removed | that hid|den in | there^lie.
            ,          ,             ,        ,           ,
      Thou art | the grave | where* bur|ied love | doth^live,
        ,              ,         ,       ,        ,
      Hung with | the tro|phies of | my lov|ers gone,
           ,            ,         ,        ,          ,
      Who all | their parts | of me | to thee | did give,
            ,        ,     ,         ,        ,
      That due | of ma|ny now | is thine | alone:
             ,   ,        ,         ,         ,
      Their im|ages | I loved,| I view | in thee,
       .    T    T    T          ,         ,        ,
      And thou (all they)| hast^all | the all | of me.

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