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Sonnet 33

         T   Tx  .  T    2    ,         ,        ,
      Full many a glor|ious mor|ning have | I seen
        ,             ,         ,          ,     2    ,
      Flatter | the moun|tain tops | with sov|ereign eye,
        ,             ,        ,         ,         ,
      Kissing | with gol|den face | the mea|dows green,
       ,                 ,              x       ,    ,
      Gilding | pale* streams | with heaven|ly al|chemy;
         ,       ,         ,         ,          ,
      Anon | permit | the bas|est clouds | to ride
            ,      ,        ,       ,    2    ,
      With ug|ly rack | on his | celes|tial face,
            ,              ,    ,          ,        ,
      And from | the for/lorn world | his vis|age hide,
        ,            ,         ,           ,         ,
      Stealing | unseen | to west | with this | disgrace:
             ,       ,         ,       ,          ,
      Eene* so | my sun | one ear|ly morn | did shine,
            ,       ,          ,        ,        ,
      With all | trium|phant splen|dor on | my brow;
           ,       ,        ,         ,           ,
      But out | alack,| he was | but one | hour mine,
           ,        ,             ,           ,        ,
      The re|gion cloud | hath masked | him from | me now.
           ,          ,         ,         ,         ,       o
      Yet him | for this | my love | no whit | disdain|eth;
        ,             ,           ,           ,         ,      ,
      Suns of | the world | may stain | when hea|ven's sun | staineth.
 

Line 4 is questionable
Lines 13 and 14 are hexameter

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