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Sonnet 105

           ,         ,          ,       ,     ,
      Let not | my love | be called | idol|atry,
           ,      ,      ,      ,       ,
      Nor my | belov|ed as | an id|ol show,
             ,       ,         ,           ,       ,
      Since^all | alike | my songs | and prais|es be
          ,        ,            ,        ,      ,
      To one,| of one,| still such,| and ev|er so.
        ,            ,       ,       ,        ,
      Kind is | my love | today,| tomor|row kind,
             ,         ,      ,         ,      ,
      Still const|ant in | a wond|rous ex|cellence;
             ,         ,         ,      ,         ,
      Therefore | my verse | to con|stancy | confined,
            ,         ,           ,          ,      ,
      One thing | expres|sing, leaves | out dif|ference.
        T     T    .    T        ,        ,     ,
      Fair, kind, and true,| is all | my arg|ument,
        T     T    .    T     ,  2        ,        ,
      Fair, kind, and true,| varying | to oth|er words;
           ,           ,         ,      ,         ,
      And in | this change | is my | invent|ion spent,
        T      T    .  T           ,          ,         ,
      Three themes in one,| which^wond|rous scope | affords.
        T     T    .    T          ,       ,        ,
      Fair, kind, and true,| have of|ten lived | alone,
              ,           ,     Tx     T    T        ,
      Which^three | till^now,| never kept seat | in one.

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