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Sonnet 93

       ,             ,        ,        ,          ,
      So shall | I live,| suppo|sing thou | art true,
        ,           ,      ,         T    T     T
      Like a | deceived | husband,| so love's face,
            ,            ,        ,           ,        ,
      May still | seem^love | to me,| though al|tered new:
            ,           ,         ,        ,        ,
      Thy looks | with me,| thy heart | in o|ther place.
            ,           ,        ,       ,          ,
      For there | can live | no ha|tred in | thine^eye,
             ,         ,       ,        ,           ,
      Therefore | in that | I can|not know | thy change.
          ,        ,      .    T      T     T     ,
      In ma|ny's looks,| the false heart's his|tory
           ,         ,            ,           ,          ,
      Is writ | in moods | and frowns | and wrin|kles strange.
             x         ,       ,       ,        ,
      But heaven | in thy | crea|tion did | decree,
            ,         ,            ,           ,       ,
      That in | thy face | sweet^love | should e|ver dwell;
           ,            ,                 ,       ,        ,
      Whatere | thy thoughts,| or thy / heart's work|ings be,
            ,             ,          ,           ,          ,
      Thy looks | should no|thing thence,| but sweet|ness tell.
            ,      T    Tx     T          ,       ,
      How like | Eve's apple doth | thy beau|ty grow,
       .  T    T    T       ,       ,          ,
      If thy sweet vir|tue an|swer not | thy show.

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