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Sonnet 134

          ,        ,         ,            ,        ,
      So now | I have | confessed | that he | is thine,
          ,        ,         ,         ,         ,
      And I | my self | am mort|gaged to | thy will,
          ,          ,         ,         ,       ,
      Myself | I'll for|feit, so | that oth|er mine
             ,        ,         ,       ,         ,
      Thou wilt | restore | to be | my com|fort still:
            ,          ,          ,         ,         ,
      But thou | wilt not,|  nor he | will not | be free,
            ,         ,     ,         ,        ,
      For thou | art cov|etous,| and he | is kind;
            ,           ,        ,         ,          ,
      He learned | but sur|ety-like | to write | for me,
       ,             ,          ,         ,           ,
      Under | that bond | that him | as fast | doth^bind.
           ,        ,         ,       ,           ,
      The sta|tute of | thy beaut|y thou | wilt^take,
           ,    ,           ,       T    T   .  T
      Thou us|urer,| that putst | forth all to use,
           ,    .    T     T    T      ,          ,
      And sue | a friend came debt|or for | my* sake;
          ,        ,             ,       ,       ,
      So him | I lose | through my | unkind | abuse.
       ,             ,           ,          ,         ,
      Him have*| I lost,| thou hast | both^him | and me,
       T   T   .    T          ,     . T  T    T
      He pays the whole,| and yet | am I not free.

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