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Sonnet 136

                 ,    ,       ,             ,         ,
      If thy / soul check | thee that | I come | so near,
        ,              ,       ,         ,             ,
      Swear to | thy blind | soul that | I was | thy Will,
            ,          ,      ,           ,        ,
      And will | thy soul | knows is | admit|ted there;
            ,          ,         ,            ,         ,
      Thus far | for love,| my love-|suit*, sweet,| fulfil.
        ,              ,          ,        ,         ,
      Will, will*| fulfil | the trea|sure of | thy love,
          ,         ,           ,      .   T   T   T
      I fill | it full | with wills,| and my will one.
           ,           ,         ,            ,         ,
      In things | of great | receipt | with ease | we prove
         ,       ,       ,         ,         ,
      Among | a num|ber one | is reck|oned none:
        ,            ,       ,         ,        ,
      Then in | the num|ber let | me pass | untold,
              ,         ,           ,        ,          ,
      Though^in | thy store's | account | I one | must be;
            ,        ,         ,         ,            ,
      For noth|ing hold | me, so | it please | thee hold
             ,       ,       ,          ,          ,
      That noth|ing me,| a some|thing sweet | to thee:
             ,         ,          ,     .    T    T    T
      Make* but | my name | thy love,| and love that still,
            ,           ,      ,        T   T   .   T
      And then | thou lovst | me for | my name is Will.

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