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Sonnet 132

              ,        ,          ,        ,   2    ,
      Thine^eyes | I love,| and they,| as pit|ying me,
        ,             ,          ,          ,        ,
      Knowing | thy heart | torments | me with | disdain,
            ,         ,          ,        ,        ,
      Have put | on black | and lov|ing mour|ners be,
        ,              ,       ,      ,         ,
      Looking | with pret|ty ruth | upon | my pain.
           ,      ,          ,       ,         x
      And tru|ly not | the morn|ing sun | of heaven
       ,           ,           ,      ,               ,
      Better | becomes | the grey | cheeks of | the east,
                   ,    ,          ,       ,        x
      Nor that / full star | that ush|ers in | the even,
             ,          ,      ,        ,       ,
      Doth half | that glo|ry to | the so|ber west,
       .   T    T    T         ,       ,           ,
      As those two mourn|ing eyes | become | thy face:
         ,         ,         ,        ,          ,
      O let | it then | as well | beseem | thy heart
           ,          ,           ,         ,           ,
      To mourn | for me | since mourn|ing doth | thee grace,
            ,          ,      ,       ,        ,
      And suit | thy pity | like in | eve|ry part.
             ,        ,      ,           ,          ,
      Then will | I swear | beauty | herself | is black,
       .   T    T    T          ,         ,        ,
      And all they foul | that thy | complex|ion lack.

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