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Sonnet 148

         ,           ,           ,     ,            ,
      O me! | what eyes | hath Love | put in | my head,
                    ,  ,      ,                 ,    ,
      Which^have*/ no cor|respon|dence with / true sight;
          ,          ,      ,             ,         ,
      Or if | they have,| where is | my judg|ment fled,
            ,          ,        ,          ,       ,
      That cen|sures false|ly what | they see | aright?
           ,         ,         ,          T     T    T
      If that | be fair | whereon | my* false eyes dote,
             ,           ,         ,             ,   ,
      What means | the world | to say | it is / not so?
          ,       ,           ,           ,       ,
      If it | be not,| then love | doth well | denote
         T    T   .  T          ,     .  T     T    T
      Love's eye is not | so* true | as all men's, no,
             x         ,     T     T    T          ,
      How can it?| O* how | can Love's eye | be* true,
                 ,   ,           ,         ,           ,
      That is / so vexed | with wat|ching and | with tears?
          ,        ,           ,       ,          ,
      No mar|vel then,| though I | mistake | my view;
           ,     .  T    T   T            ,        ,
      The sun | itself sees not, | till heav|en clears.
         ,         ,           ,              ,          ,
      O cun|ning Love,| with tears | thou* keepst | me blind,
       .     T    T   T              ,     ,              ,
      Lest^eyes well-see|ing thy / foul faults | should find.

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