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Sonnet 149

              ,        ,       ,        ,          ,
      Canst^thou | O* cru|el, say | I love | thee not,
           ,       ,         ,           ,        ,
      When I | against | myself | with thee | partake:
         ,         ,          ,         ,       ,
      Do I | not think | on thee | when I | forgot
          ,        ,         ,       ,          ,
      Am of | my self,| all ty|rant for | thy sake?
           ,        ,         ,        ,          ,
      Who ha|teth thee | that I | do call | my friend,
       .    T     T      T         ,        ,       ,
      On* whom frownst thou | that I | do fawn | upon,
           ,           ,         ,      ,         ,
      Nay^if | thou lourst | on me | do^I | not spend
          ,       ,        ,          ,         ,
      Revenge | upon | myself | with pre|sent moan?
            ,      ,      ,        ,        ,
      What mer|it do | I in | my self | respect,
            ,        ,          ,        ,       ,
      That is | so proud | thy ser|vice to | despise,
            ,         ,          ,        ,        ,
      When all | my best | doth wor|ship thy | defect,
          ,       ,        ,       ,           ,
      Comman|ded by | the mo|tion of | thine^eyes.
            ,          ,        ,        ,          ,
      But love | hate^on | for now | I know | thy mind,
        ,       2       T    T    T         ,        ,
      Those that can | see thou lovst,| and I | am blind.

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