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Sonnet 36

       ,    2      ,          T  T    T         ,
      Let me con|fess that | we two must | be twain,
           ,          ,    ,       ,          ,
      Although | our un|divid|ed loves | are one:
           ,             ,           ,         ,       ,
      So shall | those blots | that do | with me | remain,
           ,          ,        ,        ,        ,      
      Without | thy help,| by me | be borne | alone.
       .  T   T    T            ,        ,         ,
      In our two loves | there is | but one | respect,
              ,         ,        ,    ,       ,
      Though^in | our lives | a sep|ara|ble spite,
               ,         ,      ,             ,        ,
      Which^though | it al|ter not | love's^sole | effect,
            ,         ,             ,             ,         ,
      Yet^doth | it steal | sweet^hours | from love's | delight.
         ,         ,     ,        ,          ,
      I may | not ev|ermore | acknow|ledge thee,
            ,       ,       ,             ,           ,
      Lest^my | bewail|ed guilt | should do | thee* shame,
             ,          ,        ,        ,      ,
      Nor* thou | with pub|lic kind|ness hon|or me,
       .  T    T    T          ,       ,          ,
      Unless thou take | that hon|or from | thy name:
           ,        ,       ,                ,    ,
      But do | not so,| I love | thee in / such sort,
           ,      2     ,      ,              ,        ,
      As thou | being mine, | mine is | thy good | report.

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