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Sonnet 135

         ,       ,          ,           ,          ,
      Whoev|er hath | her wish,| thou hast | thy Will,
            ,         ,          ,       ,       ,
      And Will | to boot,| and Will | in ov|er-plus;
        ,            ,        ,          ,            ,
      More than | enough | am I | that vexed | thee still,
       .  T    T     T     ,          ,        ,
      To thy sweet will | making | addi|tion thus.
             ,            ,         ,          ,     ,
      Wilt thou,| whose will | is large | and spa|cious,
            ,           ,         ,         ,         ,
      Not once | vouchsafe | to hide | my will | in thine,
              ,       ,         ,            ,     ,
      Shall will | in oth|ers seem | right* gra|cious,
       .   T  T   T         ,       ,          ,
      And in my will | no fair | accep|tance shine:
           ,         ,                 ,     ,    ,
      The sea | all wat|er, yet re//ceives rain still,
           ,     ,         ,       ,         ,
      And in | abun|dance ad|deth to | his store,
           ,      2     ,         ,         ,         ,
      So thou | being rich | in Will | add^to | thy Will,
       T    T   .   T         ,          ,             ,
      One will of mine | to make | thy large | will* more.
           ,       ,         ,       ,          ,
      Let^no | unkind,| no fair | besee|chers kill,
             ,         ,         ,    .   T   T    T
      Think all | but one,| and me | in that one Will.

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