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Sonnet 150

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      Oh from | what power | hast thou | this pow|erful might,
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      With in|suffic|iency | my heart | to sway,
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      To make | me give | the lie | to my / true sight,
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      And swear | that bright|ness doth | not grace | the day?
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      Whence hast^|thou this | becom|ing of / things ill,
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      That in | the ve|ry ref|use of | thy deeds,
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      There is / such strength | and war|rantise | of skill,
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      That in | my mind | thy worst | all best | exceeds?
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      Who taught | thee how | to make | me love | thee more,
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      The more | I hear | and see | just cause of hate,
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      Oh though | I love | what oth|ers do | abhor,
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      With oth|ers thou | shouldst^not | abhor | my state:
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      If thy | unwor|thiness / raised love | in me,
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      More wor|thy I | to be | beloved | of thee.

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